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  20.10.2021
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Hiking and day trips
Itinerary - 4: Lloret - Iberian settlement at Puig de Catellet


 Theme

Itinerary of Modernist style buildings and the iberian settlement (3rd century b.C).

 Start

Museum del Mar

 Arrival

Iberian settlement at Puig de Castellet (3rd century b.C).

 Type of route

Circular

 Difficulty

Low/Medium

 Difficulty

Low/Medium

 Signs

Marks GR, PR, SL, following the rules of the FEEC.
Vertical and horitzontal signs of Turisme de Catalunya.

 Childs

1h 45min

 Places of interest

Sant Romà church, Capella del Santíssim, Can Comadran, Col·legi de la Immaculada Concepció, Can Xardó, Iberian settlement at Puig de Castellet, Roman Sepulchral.

 Description

Local trail offering up the town's cultural and scenic heritage.
Start at Museu del Mar follow the Mossèn J. Verdaguer promenade till the Town Hall, then turn on the right side direction the Parish church of Sant Romà, then take the street behind the church and turn the first on the left side on Sant Carles street to passing by the modernist house Can Comadran, to continue direction Dr. Adler square and follow to reach the Tossa avenue to go direction Can Xardó house, to follow the path take the street behind the house direction Puig de Castellet street to reach the Puig de Castellet settlement, and continuing up to one of Lloret's highest points, the Roca Grossa, to enjoy the panoramic view.
You then continue down the circular route and reach the Roman sepulchral (2nd century B.C), till Lloret de Mar maritim promenade.



*Information taken from lloretdemar.org

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