Costa Lava Region in Spain Contains 40 Volcanic Cones – and There’s a Lone 12th-century Church in the Middle of One of Them

Spain’s Costa Brava is rightly coveted for its superb beaches and stunning coastline.

But visitors to the region should take time off from the sand and sangria and add a diversion a short distance inland to their itinerary – to the stunning La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park.

It lies an hour or so by car from the Gulf of Roses, north of Girona, and contains 40 volcanic cones – including one that is home to a mysterious lone hermitage.

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Source: Daily Mail