A scene from a self-guided walk in Spain’s Priorat region which connects two monasteries in mountainous countryside west of Barcelona. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
A scene from a self-guided walk in Spain’s Priorat region which connects two monasteries in mountainous countryside west of Barcelona. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
Tourism

Self-guided walking holidays - they give you a sense of adventure but with help always just a call away, and social distancing is built in

  • Self-guided walks, such as in Spain’s mountainous and thinly populated Priorat region, are perfect during the pandemic – social distancing is not an issue
  • Typically cheaper than guided tours, they take you off the beaten track with the option of easy or hard routes, while your luggage goes on ahead

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A scene from a self-guided walk in Spain’s Priorat region which connects two monasteries in mountainous countryside west of Barcelona. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
A scene from a self-guided walk in Spain’s Priorat region which connects two monasteries in mountainous countryside west of Barcelona. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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