Buinaca seen from the northeast
|Elevation||764.6 m (2,509 ft)|
|Location||Tortosa (Baix Ebre), |
|Parent range||Serra del Boix|
|Easiest route||From El Perelló|
Buinaca or Punta de la Buinaca, also spelt Boinaca, is one of the highest mountains of the Cardó Massif, Catalan Pre-Coastal Range, Catalonia, Spain. This mountain has an elevation of 764 metres above sea level.
It is the highest peak of the Serra del Boix range and it is located at the southern end of the range in an area of massive rocky outcrops known as "Les Moles". There are many wind turbines atop the smoother neighboring ridges.
- "Mapa Topogràfic de Catalunya". Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya. Retrieved May 22, 2010..
- Hiking to Buinaca and Photos (in Spanish)
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