From the ancient ancient city of Elne with its many rich heritages to the dynamic seaside resort of Argelès-sur-mer. The tranquility of the edges of the Tech and the beautiful blue as a reward.
Leave the Elne Tourist Office via rue du convent on the left. Notice the old Roman baths, the old lime kiln and take a detour through the historic center.
Turn left on avenue Charles de Gaulle then right on rue du Salita.
Take the first left, rue d'Oran.
Continue straight and at the roundabout, take the second exit (direction Perpignan), then take the path to the sea on the right.
Cross the bridge and join Chemin de Sainte-Eugénie on the right. The Sainte-Eugénie-de-Tresmals chapel is located on this road 1 km to the left, it is hidden by vegetation. It's necessary to be vigilant.
Then take the Chemin de Latour-Bas-Elne on the right.
Arrive at the level of the D81, turn right towards the cycle path in the direction of Argelès. Possibility to go under the D81 bridge to get to the Mas Larrieu nature reserve (accessible only on foot).
At the Lunapark roundabout, follow the track on the Route du Littoral. You will pass numerous campsites.
At the next roundabout turn left onto Boulevard de la Méditerranée. Then pass between two buildings to reach the seafront. Go to the right in the pine wood then on the green promenade.
After the small funfair and the car park, turn right and reach the Argelès-sur-mer Tourist Office. To return to the Elne Tourist Office, take the journey in the opposite direction.