For lovers of two wheels Llançà offers curled mountains, quiet streams, creeks steep and all kinds of routes. Here you can find an area to explore depending on your level.

Valleta - Sant Silvestre – Valleta
Route of Eagles
Route of Dolmens and Chapels

- Raids al Vent
- Gr11-Transpirinaica

Rent your bike to the Tourisme Office!

Pirineu a la Costa Brava
Els Albergs Costa Brava Pirineu de Girona hem creat una ruta única i especial per anar desde la muntanya al mar passant per paisatges únics i diferents.

La ruta 1 comença a l’Alberg Ruta del Ferro a Sant Joan de les Abadesses enmig del Ripollès. El camí transcorre per una zona muntanyosa amb boscos densos de vegetació fins arribar a l’Alberg Vall d’en Bas.

El següent dia, ruta 2, passem entre els volcans de la Garrotxa i la fageda d’en Jordà fins voltar l'estany de Banyoles i arribar a l’Alberg de Banyoles.

El tercer dia, ruta 3, travessem la plana de l’Empordà passant pel Cap de Creus fins al mar de Llançà a l’Alberg Costa Brava.

Llançà has a unique landscape, drawn by the tramuntana and profiles by the sea, where you can find dolmens, monasteries, beaches and cliffs.

Here are links to some very interesting routes:

Routes into Llançà
Routes to Llançà-Cadaqués-Roses
- Routes at Wikiloc 
Sk kayak offers a wide range of activities designed to enjoy kayaking alone, with your partner, family and/or friends.

Guided activities at Llançà, Cadaqués, Roses, Empuriabrava and Sant Pere Pescador are suitable for all ages and planned taking into account the most entertaining as educational aspect.

It also provides basic training for beginners in the world of kayak paddlers and advanced training for those who want to improve specific techniques for better security.

And in the store, you'll find all the equipment, clothes and accessories necessary to equip the kayakers. There have casual and sports clothing and accessories from brands kayakers.
Cap de Creus
Cap de Creus is the most eastern point of the Pensínsula Ibèrica, with a rugged landscape that falls over the sea amazes any viewer. From Cadaqués can be reached by car, bike or walking. For those who prefer walking, we recommend you this route from Llançà-Port de la Selva-Cap de Creus-Cadaqués and returning by bus.
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L’Albera is the mountain range that borders between Catalunya and Catalunya Nord (France).
You can visit El Centre d’interpretació d’Espolla or El Museu de les Tortugues de l’Albera in Garriguella. There are several routes for walking. This has been a land of exile, proposals to know our history are El Museu de l’Exili in la Jonquera, the route and El Museu Benjamin Franklin, El Museu de l’Albera in Argelers and also visit the town of Colliure.
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Sant Pere de Rodes
If you spend some days in l’Alberg Costa Brava we recommend you a visit at the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes. The excursionists can take a full circular route with start and finish at l’Alberg l’Estació. From LLançà go up to Sant Pere de Rodes and you can visit the monastery, walk down to la Selva de Mar and Port de la Selva, where you can soak, and then return to Llançà on the pedestrian walkway. See more information...

Read the article written by Andy Andersen -blogger- during his visit to Llançà.
In Llançà you can visit the village with its church and its clock tower, also the port with its own beach where there are lots of restaurants and bars. In both directions, north and south, the walkway will bring you to the different lagoons in the surroundings. During the summer, there is a bus that brings you to the beach that you prefer. There are several marked walkways for all levels around the town. We recommend you one of these excursions, from the l’Alberg l’Estació take the train to Portbou and come back to Llançà along the walkway, through Colera, Garbet and Cap de Ras.
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Cadaqués is one of the most emblematic towns of Catalunya. The white houses around the sea with the protruding church in the middle of Cap de Creus, is an exceptional landscape in La Costa Brava.
The quietness and the freshness of cobbled and bedecked streets transport you into another time. You can stroll around the sea and go to Port-lligat, where there is the summer house of Salvador Dalí, and you can enjoy extraordinary views.
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Barcelona offers multiple things to do. For those who go there by train, we recommend you to stop at Passeig de Gràcia station and start the route walking to Plaça Catalunya, stroll around Les Rambles and through the historic center until you reach the port. You can spend an excellent day full of curiosities! You can also travel by metro and go to Montjuic, Parc Güell, Barça stadium, etc. You can visit Sagrada Familia, Pedrera, lots of museums as well as shopping in the city.
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Figueres is the natal city of Salvador Dalí. There you can find the Dali's theater-museum which was designed and conceived by himself and that contains a large number of works that describes the artistic trajectory of Dalí. We should also note El Museu del Joguet which has a collection of old toys and toys from some of the personalities from our history, tracing the scientific and technical advances of each moment of the history.
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Girona has a particular charm at any time of the year. We recommend you a visit to the Jewish district, one of the best preserved; stopping at the cathedral, where children use to count the steps of the stairs in order to be entertained; a walk through the city wall overlooking La Devesa Park; entering to The Museum of Arab Baths and taking a picture of the colorful houses from one of the wonderful bridges that cross the Onyar river in the city center.
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