This path’s name comes from the Carlist Wars’ time (XIX century). Carlism in Mont-roig was very remarkable and armed trups could be seen in the borough frequently.

Entering the Carlins’ path, that borders the Roca and Areny mountains, is like going back centuries in the past, as there are stretches that seem to be from other times. For walking the complete path, it is recommended to start at the foot of La Roca mountain, at the  Hermitage’s Old Path, although it is also possible to begin at the stairs at the hermitage’s parking, connecting with the Diablo”Devil’s” Stairs. The Carlins’ Path forks, if you continue straight on, you will reach Vilanova d’Escornalbou. If you branch off left, along the Areny Mountain, you will arrive again to the Hermitage Mare de Déu de la Roca where you can see the Roca del Migdia “Midday Rock”and the “Holey Cave” Cova Foradada.


For safety reasons, access to the Camí dels Carlins and other accesses to the Areny area have been prohibited due to the danger of a rocky mass falling from the Areny mountain.

You can find more information by reading the news published on Mont-roig local council's website, by clicking here.

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