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Walking Routes

Long or short walks through nature; walks to discover the culture, art, Modernista (Catalan Modernism) architecture and industrial heritage of the city. Go where your feet take you!

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  • Olot’s Volcanoes

    Olot is the Catalan capital of volcanoes. There are four of them dotted around the city, which was founded upon their very own unique volcanic soil.

  • An Artistic Garrotxa

    Olot is a city brimming with art and creativity. The Olot School of Landscape Painting and Olot School of Art are benchmarks in the world of art and design, with a long-running history and great deal of prestige.

  • Modernism in La Garrotxa

    Modernism is a cultural, literary and artistic movement that emerged during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and swept throughout the whole of Western society. In Catalonia, however, Modernism (or Modernisme in Catalan) became a broader movement that also came to encompass politics and the economy, giving rise to what is now known specifically as “Catalan Modernism”.

  • The Olot - Santa Pau - Olot Route

    Discover the medieval gem that is Santa Pau via a route from Olot!

  • Viewpoints of La Garrotxa

    Discover Olot, a city surrounded by mountains and volcanoes! If you want to experience the most spectacular views, then you can’t miss out on the city’s Ruta dels Miradors (Viewpoints Route).

  • Olot at its Most Authentic

    Experience Olot at its most authentic through its gastronomy, architectural heritage and museums.

  • Industrial Heritage

    Although now in the 21st century Olot’s economy revolves mainly around the agrifood industry, which is the area’s most prominent activity along with the chemical and metal sectors, Olot boasts an interesting and longstanding industrial past.

  • A Remnant from the Last Carlist War

    Olot was the scene of significant events during the Carlist wars. During the 19th century, the opposing sides (the Carlists and the Liberals) became embroiled in battle on at least three separate occasions.

  • The Pedra Tosca Walking Trails Route

    This route traces the former path of the Olot-Girona railway line, today a popular via verda (greenway) for cyclists and walkers.

  • The Bisaroques Volcano Route

    The Bisaroques volcano, although the smallest of the four volcanoes that surround the city of Olot, is just as fascinating as the rest. Its horseshoe-shaped crater gives it a unique appearance.

  • The Montsacopa and Montolivet Volcano Route

    Olot’s Montsacopa volcano is a place you just can’t miss out on! With its spectacular clay quarries, it seems just like an open-air museum of volcanic rock.

  • The El Racó Volcano and Parc Nou Route

    The Moixina wetlands lie close to Olot, at the foot of the Pujou mount.