Llançà Medieval

STARTING POINT: The tower on the village square

POINT OF ARRIVAL: The tower on the village square

DIFFERENCE IN HEIGHT: 100 m

TIME-LENGHT: 1h 15min

GRADE OF DIFFICULTY: Low

TYPE OF TRACK: Paved streets

DESCRIPTION OF ITINERARY:
From he town-square, proceed from the tower to the Dins la Vila street, descend along Muralla street and start to ascend along Afora, Pi and Torre streets to the square where the windmill is; stop at “l’era”(a square where there is a plaque representing the Nature Reserve of Cape de Creus), to observe the hill of Damunt and the farmhouse of Gifre. Descend along Sant Vicenç street to reach the old abbot’s palace (once owned by the abbot monastery of  Sant Pere de Rodes) and the church of Sant Vicenç. From the street of Rafel Estela (old “carrer de mar” or “sea street”) and Picasso, one reaches the defense tower, having crossed a car park and the back of the Casa de Cultura grounds.

SITES OF INTEREST: Tower of the town-square, Tree of Freedom, New Church (Sant Vicenç), Muralla street, Windmill, abbot’s palace.