Walk through Les Garrigues history on a seven-day trip.
The itinerary starts in two villages that were part of Les Garrigues region many years ago: Maials and Torrebesses.
In fact, Maials’ church is also known as “Les Garrigues cathedral”.
In Torrebesses you will visit the Dry Stone Interpretation Center, where they will show you the characteristics of this type of construction. After this, you will see in situ some of these constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
Following the steps of ancient civilizations you will arrive in El Cogul, where you will visit the Interpretation Center of cave paintings of La Roca dels Moros, also declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
The trip continues in Juncosa where you will discover two impressive constructions of “dry stone” that take advantage of the rocky formations of the landscape; Mas del Nogueret and Sant Joan’s chapel.
You will end this journey in Iberian Fortress of Vilars in Arbeca.