Gorrisa (Itinerary 2. Colour mark: blue)
This itinerary goes across town following the GR-10 long-distance path. Following La Pobleta Street, you will get to the spring of Deula. From there, following the meandering bed of the gully, climb up the path until you reach the district of Les Coves. Going down the same road you will arrive to the col of L’Espartal. From this crossroads, you can take the path to the left up to the top of the Gorrisa mountain. There you will enjoy a great view.
Keep on the forestry road. After passing by the spring of Potrillos, you will arrive to Serra.
Cross the sport centre area and pay attention to signals until you reach Serra’s Town council, the start and finish point of this itinerary.
Estimated time: 2h 45min.
Difficulty: medium intensity, suitable for a family activity.
Spring of Deula: Natural spring very close to town. It has a small recreation area..
Spring of Potrillos: It has an irregular flow and it is located on the western slope of the Gorrisa mountain. It offers a good view of the valley of Lullén.
Bonelli’s eagle: The most characteristic predatory bird from the Mediterranean mountains. It is a highly endangered species.
Squirrel: Small arboreal mammal typical of pine forests. It is a very agile animal. This species has been severely affected by wildfires.
A word of advice:
Take care of nature. Respect it.
Plan you itinerary carefully beforehand. Do not underestimate the possible risks.
No one better than ourselves knows our limits. It is advisable to do itineraries according to our physical shape.
Bring a map, a GPS or a mobile app that works without signal. Your phone battery should be fully charged.
Tell someone where you are going and check the weather forecast.
You should pack you bag with water, some food, extra clothes, a torch and a small first aid kit.
Use proper shoes, a cap and sunscreen.
These itineraries are open during the whole year. In summer, however, it is convenient to avoid peak sun hours.
Save the number for emergencies: 112. In case of emergency, keep calm and call 112.