La Garrotxa National Park has volcanic landscape, Romanesque churches, beautiful flora and fauna, medieval towns and villages with well signposted paths and trails to follow. We followed an easy trail to visit the Croscat volcano which has had a wedge cut out of it by quarrying exposing evidence of how the volcano was formed in two successive eruptions. We also visited the basalt lava flows in Sant Joan les Fonts to see the columns and slabs formed as the lava from different eruptions cooled. On another day we went to the small medieval town of Besalu with its romanesque bridge and picturesque streets followed by a trip to visit a selection of romanesque churches. We were staying in Roses, about an hour's drive away but I think that there is plenty to do in the area to make it worth staying there, I would like to go back. We visited just before Easter and the weather was sunny without being too hot and this helped. I can immagine that it may be a bit hot for walking in the summer.
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