VolCAT Costa Brava’s routes have been designed so that riders can get the utmost enjoyment from cycling along the best bike paths in the area combined with stretches of trail, whilst passing through the area’s most spectacular scenery. 

During the event bikers will find several refreshment stations, where they can rehydrate and grab something to eat.

1st STAGE - 64KM / 1.924M+

The first stage of VolCAT Costa Brava runs through the western section of Les Gavarres massif where participants will find damp terrain and dense vegetation, two factors that will provide riders with spectacular and unique landscapes. The course will go through some of the most emblematic places in Les Gavarres, such as Els Metges and Puig d’Arques, among others. The first stage is longer and more marathon-like than the second stage. It consists of longer and more constant climbs and descents along all manner of trails, tracks, paths and creek beds, on which riders will be able to enjoy themselves to the max. Participants will also encounter sections in which they can ride at speed and in groups, and other slower and more technical sections where they can appreciate the extraordinary landscape.

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2nd STAGE - 60km / 1.527M+

The second stage of VolCAT Costa Brava unfolds in the eastern part of Les Gavarres, starting and finishing in Calonge i Sant Antoni. The course of this stage runs across dry and fast terrain, with no big downhill sections, where riders will link from one trail to another on a stage boasting constant changes of rhythm. Despite the large number of trails, they are not technical, meaning that participants will be able to really enjoy the spectacular route. The second stage passes through emblematic places in the eastern part of Les Gavarres mountain range, such as Santa Coloma de Fitor hermitage, Santa Llúcia d’Arboç hermitage, the village of Sant Pol, Puig Vidal, La Carbonera de Forallac, and Puig d’en Ribot as well as Puig Cargol, the highest point on the second stage with an altitude of 363 m.

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