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Ruta 8. The hermitages of Sant Cebrià i Bell-lloc

  START: “Les Escoles” street (Sant Esteve de Llémena)
· END: “Les Escoles” street (Sant Esteve de Llémena)
· DISTANCE: 4 km
· DURATION: 1h 20 min
· ELEVATION: +/- 192 meters
· DIFFICULTY: moderate
· DIRECTIONS: green directional signs


The itinerary begins in the center of Sant Esteve de Llémena. You can park the car on the street "Les escoles", near the playground, and from there cross the main road Gi-531 on the other side, just in front of the ham factory. Follow the street that goes up to the right of the factory and that soon turns into a forest track. Continue along this trail following the signs for 1,8km until you find a path on the right that pass

through the forest and indicates the hermitage Bell-lloch. At this point you could go straight to the restaurant of the Siubès, from where you can also make the itinerary passing the Barret Rock, but take the path on the right towards Bell-lloch. Once visited the hermitage, continue

along the path that runs through a leafy and humid forest leading you to the hermitage of San Cebrià. Follow the path down for 0,5km descending by the forest of “La Costa de la Roca del Barret” until you arrive at a wider track. If you turn left along the track you would reach the Barret Rock (panoramic views), but you must turn right and exit

onto the main road Gi-531. Cross to the other side and take the path that goes around the Planta (camping area), which is signposted as "Camí de Llémena" route. Continue straight following the signs and alternating sections of road and footpath until reaching the village of Sant Esteve de Llémena and the starting point of the route.


Hermitage of Sant Cebrià, Bell-lloc chapel, village of Sant Esteve de Llémena, panoramic of Rocacorba, Finestres Mountains and Rocafesa cliff.

- link 01:  Wikiloc



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