From the GR10
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In addition to the Banyuls to Port Vendres Sentier Littoral, I also did some hiking along the initial stretches of the GR10 (Grande Randonnée Dix) hiking route. This image was taken, looking back at Banyuls, after a roughly forty-five minute ascent up the foothills from Banyuls-sur-Mer (about a kilometer-and-a-half distance, and a 250 meter ascent).
My entire Cote Vermeille Travel Set is here.
The GR 10 is a French GR footpath or hiking trail that makes it possible to walk from one end of the Pyrenees Mountains to the other. It roughly parallels the French-Spanish border, sticking to the French side. Those attempting the entire trail often choose do it west-to-east, from Hendaye on the Atlantic Ocean to Banyuls-sur-Mer on the Mediterranean Sea, but it can just as easily be traversed east-to-west. The trail is estimated to take around 52 days for hikers who are in good shape and used to mountain hiking. Some stretches involve a lot of ascending and descending, including a few one-day sections with a 1200 m climb followed by a 1200 m descent, but the GR 10 is a hiking trail and there is no actual mountain climbing involved. The trail covers a distance of 866 km with 48 km of ascent.
(Cribbed from Wikipedia)