Garraf National Park

August 29, 2017 | Activities, Catalonia, Sitges, Spain

Garraf Park covers an area of 12,820 hectares of limestone hills, which in contact with water and air, have eroded over time to form caves, potholes, sinkholes and limestone pavements. Although the lack of variety of trees can grow a little boring (pinepinepinepine), this is a good quiet escape and change from the seaside. Driving through Mas Alba, going north (passing Caprabo on your right), at the last roundabout, take the second exit and between the car wash and the Llopis garden centre there is a dirt track to the right that takes you up into the park.


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1 response to “Garraf National Park”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    The easiest parking place is a mile or so up the road from Lidl/Aldi/Caprabo retail park; it’s a bit of a gravel road, but the gentle walks at the top are a reward. (Leigh)

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