The final stages of the Ignatian Way pass through Terres de Lleida and Catalunya Central, crossing the counties of El Segrià, El Pla d’Urgell, L'Urgell, La Segarra, L'Anoia and El Bages. The last 183 kilometres to the Cave of St. Ignatius, in Manresa, offers walkers an opportunity for reflection and spiritual renewal while they discover the attractions of the natural spaces, villages and cities the route passes through.

The main attractions and tourist resources in Catalonia are indicated on the map with pictograms. On the back there is general information on the geography, climate and culture of Catalonia, on to how to get tickets, on transport, shops, popular festivals, golf clubs, ski resorts, marinas, natural parks, car clubs, consulates, and tourist information offices.



All sort of ideas to introduce visitors to the exciting world of olive oil while also providing an experience that includes the heritage, landscapes and gastronomy of the oil-producing regions.

The 1714 Route is a tourist activity and can be followed either in its entirety or broken down into a number of stages. Most of the sites and monuments are to be found along the Eix Transversal highway in central Catalonia, a region with many surprises for visitors to discover. A range of extremely interesting cultural activities is to be found at each site or in the surrounding area. Following the 1714 Route will take you back in time to relive history, transport you to the period of modern Catalonia and give you insights into the fascinating artistic legacy of the Baroque. The municipalities along the route also offer a wide range of leisure and outdoor activities. In addition, many of these towns and villages are set in spectacular spots with remarkable panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and/or itineraries for walkers and cyclists. There are plenty of places where you will be able to find food and drink, including restaurants offering adaptations of dishes that were part of the local cuisine in the 18th century.

Greenways are disused transport infraestructures that have been redeveloped as cycling adn walking trails for tourists. Most are former railway lines, and preserve original elemnts such as tunnels, bridges, tracks and stations. They offer attractive, sustainable and alternative tourism. Greenways are traffic-free and easily accessible, blending in with their natural surroundings