|Santa Maria de Cornet|
Day 3 involves a 7 hour 30 km walk to Sagas. Sagas is a village with some pretty churches but so far I have not been able to find any accommodation.
The next day is a shorter walk to Barreda, 15 kms and 4 hours and there definitely is accommodation including an interesting looking "rural hotel". I don't really want to have to combine days 3 and 4 because the last two days of the walk are challenging.
Day 5 involves a 1000m climb and a subsequent 400m drop to Sanctuari de Falgars at La Pobla de Lillet. This is a small town with a really interesting looking mountain railway. In my experience walkers are often train spotters (can't think why) and this train is the smallest in public use in Spain. There is plenty of accommodation at La Pobla de Lillet.
Day 6 is the really tough walk and unavoidable I think because of the shortage of accommodation. The first stage involves 1,200 metre climb up to the Coll de Pal before a further 200 metre climb to Coll de la Mola, after which you drop down 1,200 metres to Alp. I think the walk will take about 9.5 hours. Alp is a ski resort with plenty of accommodation.
The last day's walking in Spain involves a short two hour walk to Puigcarda and from there it's across the border to France