After your journey to L’Hospitalet de l’Infant, you'll doubtless be in the mood for stretching your legs. And what better way to do it than by the sea, following the Litoral del Jonquet coastal path (the GR-92 walking route) that will take you to some splendid areas. The walk begins on the Passeig Marítim of L’Hospitalet de l’Infant, then heads south towards Torn beach. When the Passeig Marítim ends, the well-marked coastal path begins, which will take you to Cala Bea, where you can see a bunker from the Spanish Civil War.
The route starts to climb and brings you to the Cala d'Oques cove, where you start getting some extraordinary views, especially at Torn beach. This is a beach with dunes and vegetation, perfect for nature lovers. If you like naturism, this is an ideal place for stopping. Here you'll also find the islet of Torn, which gives its name to the beach, and where you can find the vestiges of its 16th-century watchtower from where you can admire how the greens and blues blend in the Mediterranean forest of the protected area Rojala-Platja del Torn.
On the way back, retrace your steps from the islet until you arrive at the Tintín, Temple of the Sun campsite. From here you take part of the old N-340 road called Vía Augusta. This leads you back to L’Hospitalet de l’Infant, where we recommend having dinner in one of the restaurants you’ll find in the Port Esportiu, then rounding off your day with a drink in a local pub while enjoying some live music.