Santuari de Bellmunt
The word "sanctuary" comes from the Latin "sanctus", meaning spaces delimited from the rest by their particular, sacred significance instead of profane. Many of these shrines have been set in high places near the sky. According to religion specialist Mircea Eliade, the sky became the first symbol of Humanity.
Bellmunt represents perfectly this model of the sanctuary. Jacint Verdaguer, the national poet of Catalonia, described it as "suspended in the sky". Its wooded and natural environment enhances its character of isolation, despite the modern road that comes right next to it.
Our proposal avoids this profane element and progresses from Vidrà village and places of natural beauty that only presage the glorious landscape discovered once we arrive, feeling that we are in a separate and unique location.
- Comfortable footwear, preferably trekking shoes or boots.
- Sun protection: hat or cap, sunglasses, sun cream.
- Comfortable backpack.
- Wear comfortable clothing; if possible avoid cotton and jeans.
- Bring water; in the Mediterranean environment water is not abundant!
- A sweater or fleece can always be fine when the wind blows... We recommend to wear a third insulating layer from moisture.
- Trekking poles are highly recommended to save overloading over the knees.
- Minors must be accompanied.
- We recommend you consult the General Rules that govern the activities of GdM. Hiring an activity implies your acceptance.
- Groups from 1 to 5 pax: 250€, single price.
- Groups from 6 to 15 pax: 45€, each.
- Groups from 16 to 30 pax: 35€, each.
The price includes accident and rescue insurance.
- Bank Transfer for National or UE visitors.
- Paypal (we add 5% for the commission).