There is not much technical difficulty but it is necessary to keep in mind that they are almost 70km and 1850m (ATTENTION: 2300m positive descent according to the GPS of all we have done.
We begin the return to Cadaqués and in this case the route passes through the interior to close the circle, in a strong asphalted track and then track, 5Km + 200m and then a hill in zigzag until 400m where we continue to climb lightly by road and track.
After much planning to the Banyuls pass we make a good descent with a rocky trail and along the rec of Comes Llobes a good hill up to the Plaja de Colla. Go down to Sant Quirze (and Santa Maria) de Colera where there is a good restaurant that is popular enough for its grill and begins a long paved section that goes down to Vilamaniscle.
Up coll de la Serra, below and a nice path that is soaked by the creek of Carxell until the hermit of Sant Silvestre de Valleta. Climbing to Coll de Portes and descending towards Llançà.
Final stretch to the village through the degraded and stingy torrent and the Camí dels Horts. Lunch on the seafront, there is to choose.
We repeat the entire stretch of road and Camí de Ronda to Port de la Selva where we take the last 6Km climb that becomes heavy, GR92, Mas dels Bufadors and the final traca, the best stretch of the entire route (both round trip ) the path from Bufadores to the Mas de la Senyora.
Views to Cadaqués and downhill until we meet again in Dalí that we had visited yesterday when we started the route.
Max elevation: 405 m
Total climbing: 1773 m