Hiking and mountain biking routes
There are maps with the best running trails, as well as some specific services to runners, such as showers, cloakrooms or a place to clean their trainers after doing sport.
Blanes also has several well-signposted routes and seaside paths belonging to the Grans Camins de l’Aigua (from 8 to 18 km) to go running or Nordic walking. There are mountain biking and road cycling routes surrounding the city.
Some routes are perfect to go running, walking or Nordic walking. All of them are between 7 and 20 km and they explore the amazing natural beauty of Blanes. There is also a seaside path route along the coast.
This is an easy, flat and circular route of 7.5 km. Please follow the signposts and yellow tracking marks.
Sant Bonós route
This is an easy and circular route of 8 km with a slope of 166 metres. Please follow the tracking marks.
This is a difficult and circular route of 17.4 km with a slope of 455 metres.
This circular route is 20 km in length with a gradual slope of 264 metres. Please follow the signposts and the tracking marks.
BTT-6 el Vilar route
This is a circular route from Blanes to Lloret de Mar with pleasant views along the way. It has a moderate difficulty and a long slope of 395 metres.
GR-92 inside Blanes route
The lineal route of 10 km is along the coast of Blanes, with a slope of 116 metres. It has a moderate difficulty. Firstly, the path is flat, then gradually climbs upwards and finally there is a gentle downslope.
Winding along the coastline on the camí de ronda
A walk along the camí de ronda (coastal footpath) is a great way to blend in with the coastal landscape and feel a part of this wonderful scenery. You can set off from the Sa Palomera rock, heading along Blanes Beach before crossing the Marimurtra Botanical Garden, or if you prefer you can set off a little further along, at Roca d’es Viver, next to Bona Cove. Your climb will be rewarded with some fabulous views of the best-known spots of this ancient footpath, a paradise worth discovering at leisure.