|accumulated elevation||631 m|
|maximum slope||17 %|
|type of route||poltre level (low)|
|mInimum time||4 hours|
|recommended time||6 hours|
|regions (where we pass by)||
This tour takes you to Lluçà, where you find Santa Maria de Lluçà, one of the gems of catalan Romanesque.
This is a one way tour from Perafita along the Blava path. It's a small, picturesque village and a good example of the town building in Lluçanès.
From here, passing through Beulaigua, we turn towards Fumanya where the witches of Lluçanès practised their sabbaths or covens.
Take up the route again past the Garet reservoir, a nature area looked after by the Rius Mediterranis study centre, to arrive at Lluçà
The visit to Sant Maria de Lluçà is highly recommended. The first news of its existance dates back to the year 905 but the present building is from the 12th century. The cloisters with 22 columns and elaborate capitals as well as the church make up this small complex of high cultural and historical interest.
Right in front of you, you will find the Primitiva bed and breakfast where you can enjoy excellent cooking as well as being able to change you burricleta battery.
From here we suggest that you cycle towards Castell de Lluçà for the impressive panoramic views of Llucanès as well as the Sant Vicenç church, one of the few round shaped romanic churches in Catalunya.
Access to both places must be done on foot by a path and takes about 20 minutes.
You cycle back on a country road to Sant Eulàlia to then take the path of Molí de la Roca. Go past the river Gavarresa and climb up to Perafita where we suggest that you take a stroll around the centre of the village before returning to Burricleta.