Western point of Cap de Creus. Route 15 Natural park of Cap de Creus
- By foot
- Alt Empordà
- Less than 3 hours
- 2,2 Km
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- Walking in Cap de Creus
The trail begins at the Cap de Creus lighthouse in the same area as the 'Espai Cap de Creus', which features an inform atio n centre and a small museum, for those seeking furthe r information on this unique area.Walkers need to follow the red signals and the signs which will lead you to the western point of the Cap deCreus, betw een rockrose , mastic and juniper bushes. The circular route : thi s trail links to to La Cova de S’Infern and to the point of Cap de Creus and follows the entire cape coastline.The path pro vides walkers with views over the islets of La Massa d’Oros (or Sa Rata) and S’ Encalladora. In the area of S’Eixugador up to Sa Clavaguera,the routeis flanked by reeds and bulrushes which grow along ariverbed,which is dry during most of year.
INFORMATION ON ACCESS RESTRICTIONS TO CAP DE CREUS: Access to Cap de Creus is regulated from April to the beginning of November. During the restrictions, motorized access is not allowed between 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. Yes, access is allowed on foot along the signposted paths (Cap de Creus itineraries and GR11) and by bicycle along the paved access road to the Cap de Creus lighthouse.
The departure point for the shuttle buses is the free car park at Corral d'en Morell. From 8 a.m. to 8.40 a.m. and from 8 p.m. to 11.59 p.m. they leave every 40 minutes. From 8.40am to 8pm, every 30 minutes.
There are also departures a day from the bus station (7:54 a.m.; 8:54 a.m.; 10:54 a.m.; 1:34 p.m. 15:54 p.m, 16.24pm, 19.14pm and 20.39p.m)
Tickets are sold on the bus itself. Round-trip fares are €7 for a ticket from 14 to 65 and €5 for those under 14 and over 65. The single ticket (one way or return) €4 and a combined ticket with accommodation or restaurant reservation €3.50.
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