The footbridge is a route made up of wooden planks cantilevered over the wall of the canyon. It has a route of approximately 850 meters (round trip) from the wooden booth where tickets are purchased. The whole complex defies the void from its 60 eters high until we gradually approach just 20 meters from the riverbed.
The Relleu footbridge route
The footbridge is located halfway along the route. It can only be reached on foot. The Relleu Reservoir Route is one of the town's best-kept treasures, a unique construction located in a unique natural setting of great beauty and environmental value, the 17th century reservoir. Part of the route follows an old bridle path that has been recovered from oblivion: the Camí de les Ripalmes or Camí del Fasamais. Along the route you will also find a lime kiln, old irrigation ponds, dams and irrigation ditches.
- Difficulty: Easy
- Circular route (Option A)
Lineal route (Option B)
- Distance: 10 km (Option A)
3,6 km (Oiption B)
- Difference in altitude:
200 m (Option A) 40 m (Option B)
- Estimated route time: 3 hours (Option A) 1 hour (Option B)
- Children accompanied by an adult
A vertiginous route
The dam footbridge is a route made up of wooden planks cantilevered over the wall of the canyon. It has a distance of approximately 850 meters (round trip) from the reception booth (wooden). The entire complex defies the void from its 60 meters high until we gradually approach just 20 meters from the riverbed.
Great historical value
Discover the Relleu reservoir, a 17th century construction in a privileged setting that has been little exploited by visitors until now. A lime kiln, ditches, irrigation ditches and even old irrigation ponds.
The opening and closing times of the footbridge are as follows:
From Monday to Sunday from 10,00 to 17,00 (last showing at 16.30)
This schedule may change depending on the time of year or holidays.
The Relleu footbridge route - 2024