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The route starts in Cala Montgó and from the beach itself we walk towards the center of Escala. We go up by Trenca Braços street, which we will find on the left, corresponding to the GR-92. Once at the top, in front of Illa Mateua beach, in Punta Montgó street, we turn left to walk along the sea, always following the indications of the GR-92. We pass through the Punta dels Cinc Sous, the Salpatx cove and the Penyes until arriving at the Port de la Clota.
We then cross the Port by Romeu de Corbera street until we reach Riells beach. We follow the Passeig Marítim which leads us, along the coast, to the historic center of L'Escala. We pass the Passeig Lluís Albert, the Port of Perris and the Platja. From La Platja, we take a street (Cargol street and Ronda Maren Manassa further on) on the left, without stopping along the sea. We pass by the cove of La Creu, where we can see fishermen's huts. This path takes us to Alberta, from where we can see the beaches of Empúries. We walk about 200 meters through the ronda del Pedró and at this point we meet the lampadòfor (monument of the Olympic flame), we turn right to reach the Passeig d'Empúries. We will pass the beaches of Rec del Molí, Portitxol, Muscleres and Moll Grec, until we reach Sant Martí d´Empúries, the end point of this route.
Departure point: Cala Montgó
Place of arrival: Sant Martí d´Empúries
Type of route: linear
Distance: 8,304.37 m
The section of the GR-92 that goes from Cala Montgó to Port de la Clota was once a military zone and still today you will find there among the pines, a series of bunkers.
The population of orchids, lilies and mountain daffodils in spring make it an attractive route for its flora.
The promenade that runs along Riells beach is dedicated to the work Le Petit Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. As we progress, we will discover several references to this work: the character of the Little Prince seated on a wall, the fox on the stairs of the Place de l 'Universe, the palm trees which represent the constellations of the Orient. , volcanic rocks, a baobab tree and a rose drawn on the ground.
A few meters further, continuing along the same sea promenade, we will find the Roca del Frare.