|Love that snow view!|
We nearly got lost right at the very beginning as the green gate we were
The first half hour or so was uphill passing over a levada and on through cork oak woods. This walk had a different vibe to our previous two because we were led along narrow footpaths rather than wide vehicular forestry tracks. We saw lots of bright yellow gorse flowers and a few butterflies, but otherwise very little in the way of wildlife. There was pathside evidence that wild boar had been rooting around.
Another feature of the locality is its narrow old stone bridges. We saw three on our journey and I took the below photograph of Dave standing on one before a couple of dogs came rushing up barking at us because we weren't exactly on the public footpath. Once we got back where we 'should' be, they got bored and loped off!
Today we drove firstly to Sorede whose Tourist Office has yet another
on this Argeles-sur-Mer Tourisme page.
Although much of the path was through forest making the only possible
|View from lunch to Collioure|