The GR 92 is one of the extensive Grande Randonnée (or GR) network of paths and trails. The trail crosses Catalonia in Spain, from the Portbou down to Ulldecona along the Mediterranean coast. With its 583km you'd better be prepared.



A note on footwear - approximately 80% of the hikers wear full hiking boots and thick socks. While running sneakers may suffice (and Choco-style sandals may work for a few days), your risk of injury is higher, and much of the trail involves hopping around on wet and/or sharp rocks. Choose conservatively, depending on the length of your hike and your experience.

Get inEdit


  • Portbou
  • Port de Llançà
  • Cadaqués
  • Roses
  • El Cortalet
  • L'Escala
  • Torroella de Montgrí
  • Begur
  • Palamós
  • Sant Feliu de Guíxols
  • Tossa de Mar
  • Lloret de Mar
  • Tordera
  • Hortsavinyà
  • Vallgorguina
  • Coll de Can Bordoi (Llinars del Vallès)
  • Coll de la Font de Cera (Alella)
  • Montcada
  • Baixador de Vallvidrera
  • Sant Vicenç dels Horts
  • Bruguers
  • Garraf
  • Vilanova i la Geltrú
  • L'Arboç
  • La Pobla de Montornès
  • Tarragona
  • Cambrils
  • Hospitalet de l'Infant
  • L'Ametlla de Mar
  • L'Ampolla
  • Amposta
  • Pont de l'Olivar (Ulldecona)
  • Estanys de Vilaüt
  • Vulpellac
  • Romanyà de la Selva
  • La Casa Nova
  • Pla de Gelpí
  • L'Arboçar
  • Castellet
  • Camí del Mas de l'Artís (Vilanova)

Stay safeEdit

Sunburn is a particular problem. Wear clothing such as long sleeve shirts and long pants as they protect from the sun, scratching branches, and insects. Bring sunscreen and a wide-brimmed hat. The track is not always well indicated, so don't forget a walking map or a G.P.S.

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