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La Fageda d'en Jorda, Olot

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Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
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The mineral-rich soil of La Fageda d'en Jorda comes from a volcanic eruption that covered the area millennia ago. This disaster gave birth to new life, and now the nature reserve is home to an abundance of tree species. Hiking trails are marked and include rough wooden steps in steeper areas, but even with small inclines, the walks are low impact. Along the 1.5 km (0.93 mi) walk, you may come across a monolithic stone with an inscription of poetry at the base by Joan Maragall, a notable Spanish poet. Before you head to Olot, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Olot trip tool, to make sure you see all that Olot has to offer, including La Fageda d'en Jorda.
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  • We visited at the end of October which is probably the best time to go. There were very few people around and we were able to wander around in blissful silence. The colours are amazing and the... 
    We visited at the end of October which is probably the best time to go. There were very few people around and we were able to wander around in blissful silence. The colours are amazing and the...  more »
  • Probably the most known forest in Catalonia. It's really typical to visit it in autumn, when all the leaves are yellow. There's a visitor center to advise you the best paths to walk in. The parking... 
    Probably the most known forest in Catalonia. It's really typical to visit it in autumn, when all the leaves are yellow. There's a visitor center to advise you the best paths to walk in. The parking...  more »
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  • It's been a great day, truely. Did a loop hike and visited 2 volcanoes, got to have lunch in the crater, by the small chapel that for some reason is there. 10-year-old was able to keep pretty well. The Fageda woods r unbelievable, the greenest ever!
  • A great way to spend a hot afternoon in the shadow. Not suitable for a picnic or sit-down, it's mostly good for a walk. Dogs need to be leashed

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