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Sant Climent de Sescebes, Mollet de Peralada, and Vilartoli

Overview

Does the town name of Cagaloca mean ‘crazy shit’?

Vilartoli has several medieval sites and a Roman site in the vicinity of the veinat, and there is a military base at Sant Climent.  Mollet de Peralada is noted for it’s agricultural co-op and XII c. church – Sant Cebria.

Catalan Translation of the Day   – 

  • salt – jump, but when referring to water, a frisky river, think saute
  • vell – old, ancient, think vecchio, viejo
  • amb – with

Mollet de Peralada  –

Mollet de Peralada has a Fest Major the first week of August.

  • Sant Cebria  – 42.360643N  2.999801E
  • Carrerro amb volta (arch covered alleyway)  – 42.360837N  2.999665E
  • Sant Joan Degollaci and Mas Tia  – 42.331157N  3.023126E

Sant Climent Sescebes  –

Sant Climent has the Festa Major 3 week of November.

  • insculture Fita Delmera del Paratge  – 42.379954N  2.976555E
  • Pont Vell  – 42.368350N  2.979012E
  • city walls  – 42.368253N  2.979838E
  • Sant Climent  – 42.368834N    2.980189E
  • El Porxo  arched alleyway – 42.368877N  2.979856E
  • Portal de la Muralla  – 42.369557N  2.979907E
  • Dolmen de les Closes  – 42.379684N  2.953981E
  • Vinya d’en Roca  –  42.380247N  2.951835E
  • something worth taking a look at  (rocks) –  42.389598N  2.980784E
  • Dolmen del Prat Tancat  – 42.389477N  2.979140E
  • Dolmen de la Gutina  – 42.39647N  2.98043E
  • Mas els Rebulls  – 42.392928N  2.954263E

Vilartoli –

  • Pont medieval  – 42.388921N   2.973701E
  • ruin  – 42.394325N  2.975471E
  • Veinat de Vilartoli  – 42,391209N  2,971822E
  • Menhir de Vilartoli (Pedra Dreta, Santa Fe dels Solers) – 42.396238N  2.962765E
  • Paradolmen de la Murtra  – 42.396878N  2.981265E
  • Menhir de la Murtra (Pedra Gentil) – 42.402572N 2.977780E
  • Abric de la Murtra  – 42.400307N  2.978497E
  • Mas de la Murtra  – 42.405444N  2.977713E
  • Moli d’en Vila  – 42.402509N  2.968862E
  • Menhir de Castellar  – 42.413287N  2.977402E
  • Dolmen de Fontanilles  – 42.409728N  2.967124E
  • Roc buit (La pedra Tova) – 42.409174N  2.969651E
  • ermita de Santa Fe dels Solers  – 42,415219N  2,962843E
  • roc del Llum d’en Peio  – 42.414087N  2.966392E
  • Dolmen Salt d’en Peio  – 42.414093N  2.969369E

Links  –

Here is a link to a ruta that takes you from Espolla up to Santa Fe dels Solers and back to Sant Climent, seeing most of the areas riches in one turn.

Ruta MEGALITISME, BASSES I PRE-ROMÀNIC ITINERARI

www.santcliment.cat/web/ruta1.html

and a pdf previously posted that includes several itineraries around the Albera megalithic zone:

www.empordaturisme.com/data/docdespub/Itineraris%20MEGALITICS.pdf

This post is not yet complete.  More will follow.  I always appreciate when a discrepancy is reported.  Gracias! -E

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