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The hashpoint was easily accessible, in the middle of an unused portion of land without any trees, and with a path very close.
The day after Christmas was a perfect occasion to experience geohashing with family. The point being only 6 kilometers away from where we live, three of us went by foot and two others by car and then by foot for the last kilometer. We left at 3.50pm, 1 hour 20 minutes before sunset, with Google Maps indicating about 1 hour 20 minutes to reach the point by foot.
The village nearby, Garrigues, is very pretty (and quiet, we caught almost nobody in the streets), as was the little cemetery outside, right on the way to our destination. At this cemetery, waiting for the two other members to arrive by car, we were able to experience the speed difference between sound and light, watching a man shoveling earth in his garden.
The hashpoint was very easy to reach, as expected, and we left a nice wooden sign. Nothing exceptional to see there, but we were quite glad to have an excuse to go outside and watch the sunset.