- Duration of the route: Aprox. 4h
- Distance: 18km
- Childrens: Depends
The route begins at the Town Hall square in Lloret de Mar where you will go over 18 kilometers passing through the different hermitages of Lloret.
The first stop will be the Ermita de Sant Quirze, which could be considered the oldest in Lloret. Its construction was during the 7th and 8th centuries approximately, but it was rebuilt in the 10th century.
Then you will go to the second stop, the Ermita de les Alegries. It is considered that was the first parish church in Lloret, created in 1079 and transferred in 1522 to the new church of Sant Romà.
You will cross the Alegries avenue and you will enter the Mediterranean landscape of forests where, you will find various points of interest: the first will be the Monument of the Angel, created in the 20th century and dedicated to the Mare de Déu de Gràcia and as a tribute to Jacint Verdeguer. The next point of interest will be the cross of Sant Pere del Bosc, created in the 19th century dedicated to Sant Pere and Sant Jordi. Finally, you will find the Monestir de Sant Pere del Bosc.
The last stop will be the Ermita de Santa Cristina a hermitage that was created at the end of the 18th century and is of great artistic interest.