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The Iberian Route: Skis and snowshoes in the land of the ceretani

Go off into the snow in an incredible natural setting, the land of the Ceretan, in Cerdanya
Girona
Lleida
The skiing season is from the December public holidays (6 and 8 December) until Easter, approximately.

Go walking with snowshoes, build igloos, go skiing and learn about the history of the Cerdanya district 2000 years ago by visiting the impressive Iberian settlement of Bolvir!
 
AN EXCURSION WITH SNOWSHOES

Start the first day by walking the same way as the prehistoric peoples of Central Asia did more than 4000 years ago! Take a walk off the beaten tracks wearing snowshoes to explore pathways and trails that will surprise you! And, depending on the time and the weather conditions, you could try your hand at building igloos and other games, especially if you're with children.
 
BOLVIR IBERIAN SETTLEMENT

In the afternoon, after lunch, take a trip to Bolvir where you will find an impressive Iberian settlement that was opened to the public in 2015. The museum's facilities are modern and its collections and video presentation will help you to locate yourself in the Cerdanya of 2,000 years ago. The tour of the settlement, which is completely adapted, provides a unique and memorable experience.
 
SKIING IN LA MOLINA

After spending the night at the Hotel Park Puigcerdà, take the car to La Molina to go skiing. The pistes are open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. So you have lots of opportunity to take full advantage of the snow!
 
This route forms part of the "Get away from it all on the Iberian Route" initiative by the Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya and of the Catalan Government's Cultural Heritage Agency.

You can find all the information you need, and make reservations, online.


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