"Le Cami d'Anicet"
"Le Cami d'Anicet"

"Le Cami d'Anicet"

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Between vineyards and "mas".
Hiking through the vineyards of the Banyuls wine region, following the footsteps of Anicet, a renowned Banyuls resident and mule driver who guided his mule through the terraced vineyards.


  1. Depart from the Tourist Office, pass by the town hall then turn left onto General de Gaulle Avenue.
  2. At 900m after the railway bridge, turn left onto Mas Road.
  3. 800m from there, you'll reach Jean Ferrer Square, marking the beginning of the Cami d'Anicet. Start the Cami d'Anicet with a rather steep slope. About 150m in, you'll see a building protected by trees (the former oil mill of Mas Reig).
  4. Upon reaching a section of paved road on the left, leave behind the ruins of Can Rède on the left, take the path that crosses the abandoned vineyards. In the distance, you can see the last foothills of the Pyrenees mountain range. Pass under Mas Rafalet, continue until you reach a paved track (approximately 1km). Turn right to find the trail that leads back to Jean Ferrer Square and return to the Tourist Office.
  • Departure : Tourist Office of Banyuls-sur-Mer
  • Arrival : Tourist Office of Port-Vendres
  • Towns crossed : BANYULS SUR MER

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Bring water, a cap or hat, a windbreaker, and hiking shoes. Stay on marked trails. Check the weather before departure. Do not pick grapes in the vineyards. Follow the yellow markings.


Access and parking


Parking :

Free market car park (except on Thursdays and Sundays, market days) and Baillaury car park"