Total route: 23.4 km.
Starting and finishing point: Sant Guim de Freixenet
They deserve a stop:
Sant Guim de Freixenet
Sant Julià de Estaràs
Santa Maria de Gàver
Sources of Sió in Gàver
Among the valleys of l’Sió i de l’Freixenet there are two main elements of the Segarra heritage: the Celler Cooperatiu de Sant Guim de Freixenet and Montfalcó Murallat. El Celler is a work by Cèsar Martinell that shows Gaudinian d’arrel elements and that is related to the agrarian development programs companies by the Mancomunitat de Catalunya (1920)
Després de passar prop of the great baroque church of Sant Guim de la Rabassa, the stately home of Gothic origin d’Estaràs and, above all, the church of Sant Julià, with the Romanesque walls and the sepultures with the arms of Villalonga, It is Montfalcó Murallat troba.
The Ruta de les Dues Valls starts in the slopes that from the foothills of l’Tossal Magre (781 m) walk the cyclist cap a la vall de Freixenet i, a l’N d’el Recorregut, runs the elevation plans that separate the valleys from l’Sió and l’Ondara, through a genuine Segarra landscape where l’ordi, el blat and els ametllers abound.
The spring landscape of La Segarra was described, on the waves of the sea d’ordi the extraordinarily special fan.
arrival point: San Antolín
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San Salvador de
Saint Mary of
the hill route receives its name from the small elevations caused by erosion, which stand out in the plains that extend between the river basins of the Ondara River, the Torrent Salado and Montpalau. Forest stains among the large crops characterize this route, in which you can also observe the remains of the ancient exploitation of magnesium-rich waters in Rubinat.
This route is a
good opportunity to get an idea of the diversity of the Segarra heritage, with strong
houses, Romanesque churches, medieval dovecotes and remains of ancient castles.
Among the most notable heritage elements is the church of San Salvador the Talavera and Santa María the Rubinat
Route of the Towers of Guaita
arrival point: Sanaüja
They deserve a
formerly a walled villa of almost circular plan that was renovated will take
the seventeenth century. The main square
of the 16th century and the Tower of the Hours constitute important heritage
elements, as well as the remains of the castle.
element of the route is the castle of Lloberola, one of the oldest in the
Segarra, testimony of the early feudal conquest, retains a tower of the tenth
century literally wrapped by another of the year 1000
The Route of
the Torres of Guaita runs between the valleys of Llobregós and the Sanaüja
stream, separated by elevations, among which the Pedrafita hill stands out (672
m). It is a dry land, arisca, that
captivates landscape lovers with character and that in some places demands a
good form to the cyclist. In addition,
904.28 ha of the municipality of Sanaüja are included in the PEIN (Plan of
Spaces of Natural Interest) of the Llobregós Valley, which comes from one of
the best preserved gypsum areas of the Catalan Central Depression.
The Two Valleys Route
recorregut: 23,400 km.
and arrival: Sant Guim de Freixenet
Sant Guim de
Santa Maria de
Fonts del Sió a
valleys of Sió i del Freixenet are two main elements of patrimoni segarrenc:
the Celler Cooperatiu de Sant Guim de Freixenet and Montfalcó Murallat. El Celler is a work by Cèsar Martinell that
shows elements d’arrel Gaudinian and that is related to the development
programs agrari endegats per la mancomunitat de Catalunya (1920)
prop of the great baroque church of Sant Guim de la Rabassa, the senyorial
house d’origen gòtic d’Estaràs i, sobretot, l’església de Sant Julià, amb les
parets romàniques and les sepultures amb les armes dels Villalonga, is troba Montfalcó Murallat.
The Route of the
two Valls starts in the pendents that from the foothills of Tossal Magre (781
m) route the cyclist cap to the Vall de Freixenet i, to the N of the
recorregut, travels the planets elevations that separate the valleys of the
Sió and de l’Ondara, through a country
genuine segregation on abound l’ordi, the blat and els ametllers.
video that described the spring country of La Segarra, on the waves of the sea
of the special extraordinary fan.
Santiago’s Road in the region of the Segarra
road enters the region of the Segarra through the 725m high Panadella port,
this port separates the Segarra from the Anoia.
It runs through the valley of the Ondara river that covers, from east to
west, the municipalities Segarra the Talavera, Ribera d’Ondara, Cervera and
Granyanella until entering the neighboring region of Urgell. The total route of this section is 23 km.
goes through landscapes of great chromatic beauty that changes according to the
season of the year and with various manifestations of popular architecture such
as margin walls and stone huts.
The Segarra is a land of castles and in this section
of the Santiago’s Road we can admire some specimens such as the Curullada
Castle, Fonolleres Castle and the remains of the Saportella Tower.
emblematic points of the route, however, are the church of Santiago de
Pallerols (12th century) and the city of Cervera. To Pallerols pilgrims can seal the
credential. It is also in this place
where an annual pilgrim meeting is held.
The Romanesque church of La Mora is also dedicated to Santiago.
of the Cervera heritage refer to the Santiago´s road such as the pilgrims’
cloister located in the Berenguer de Castelltort hospital (current Mother Güell
geriatric residence) or the stained glass windows of the parish church of Santa
1. Route from Palouet to Talteüll. Circular route designed to do in MTB, 12 km long and easy level.
2. Route of the Cabins of Volta. Circular route designed for mountain biking, 21 km long and easy level.
GR 170 Llobregós Valley
Type: Trail and
Total route: 65
arrival point: Torah
Path of 65 km
that has the starting point and arrival in Torà and that passes through places
where forests, streams and crops alternate.
This trail also allows us to know the Segarrenc architectural heritage.
of Artistic and Cultural Heritage of Torà (APACT) together with the Regional
Council of La Segarra has signaled a path of great distance of a distance of 65
kilometers, which affects five municipalities of Llobregós: Torá, Ivorra,
Massoteres, Biosca and Pine trees.
The trail is
very nice, alternating forests, streams and fields, as well as a lot of
architectural heritage. There are two
zones defined by the mountains of l’Aguda and Pinós. To the north, we find a typically Solsonès
environment, where shady pine and oak forests predominate alternated with crop
fields and most of the farmhouses, roads and fountains are also
concentrated. In contrast, in the south
of these mountains the landscape is typically Segarra. The plain of the Llobregós River, area of wheat and
barley, gives way to the plateaus of the plateaus d’Ivorra, Palouet and Biosca.