The journey goes through dirt roads and an asphalt road with very little traffic. On the route you can see the pine, oak and holm oak forests crossed by fields of crops, typical farmhouses of the area, the church of Santa María del Solá, the town of Lloberola and the Molino de Povia.
There is the possibility of visiting the interior of the Molino de Povia with a previous visit, exclusively for those staying at Casa Rural La Ribereta.
This route links the rural house La Ribereta with La Ruta de las Torres de Guaita that runs between the valleys of Llobregós and the Sanaüja stream.
A little difficult route but highly recommended due to its historical, cultural and landscape values (oak forests, pines, holm oaks and cultivated fields). In addition, 904.28 ha of the municipality of Sanaüja are included in the PEIN (Plan for Spaces of Natural Interest) of the Llobregós Valley, which is one of the best-preserved gypsum areas of the Central Catalan Depression.
Places of historical interest on the route are: the Torre de Sallent (11th-12th centuries), ruins of the Castle of Sanahuja (10th and 17th centuries), ruins of the Lloberola Castle (10th and 12th centuries), Church of San Miguel (17th century) and the Torre de Guaita (10th century), the Church of Santa María del Solà (13th century).
1/2 part of the route is downhill.
The route passes through the border of the regions of La Segarra and El Solsonès, mostly on dirt roads. On the route you can see the pine, oak and holm oak forests crossed by the fields of crops, typical farmhouses of the area and the Torre de Vallferosa as the middle point of the route.
This route is recommended for its landscape value (oak, pine and holm oak forests, cultivated fields) and historical value: the Torre de Vallferosa.
It was built around AD 970 following the military strategy of building watchtowers at key points conquered from the Saracens. The goal was to build a line of fortifications visually connected to each other. Around the year 1000 AD another circular tower was built surrounding the old one from mud walls to reinforce it. At the top you can still see the battlements.