A waterfall at the foot of a centuries-old mill
The small Xuncla stream creates hidden corners that are a real treat to discover, and this is just one of them. At the foot of a mill with many centuries of history behind it – please behave when you visit: people still live there and we're sure they'd prefer it if you don't hold a rave – this small waterfall ('salt') lies just a few kilometres from the Girona neighbourhoods of Taialà and Sarrià de Dalt, from where you can get to the spot walking along the Cartellà road; there's a strip of sand that is wide enough for a picnic or a comfortable siesta. If you go by car, once you've left the Girona neighbourhood behind and crossed the bridge over the motorway, you need to go to the end of the asphalt road, C/ de Sant Medir. Once there, you'll have to walk about 20 minutes along paths through the woods. But don't worry: signs will guide you. It's the perfect fresh, shady spot for a sunny spring day; in the summer, the stream tends to dry up so you won't be able to enjoy the waterfall.
|Venue name:||Salt del Timbarro|
Sant Medir, s/n
Sarrià de Ter