What You Need To Bring
A good pair of walking shoes for visiting the vineyards and
wineries, and for the walks you might want to enjoy.
- Casual clothes. Even the restaurants we visit are quite casual,
as is the whole area. If you plan to spend any time in the beautiful
city of Barcelona (and we truly suggest you spend several days
there before your stay with us), it is also quite casual, and
only some very select restaurants will have a dress code. People,
though, tend to be well
dressed when they go out in the evening, in the city.
- We provide each room with an alarm clock, hair dryer, and
bathrobe for each person, as well as soap and shampoo, so these
aren't essential to bring along. We also have umbrellas, should
these prove to be necessary.
- If you are enrolled in either one of the grape or olive picking
sessions, then a pair of worn work clothes is a good idea.
a general idea of the kind of climate you may expect while in
the Priorat, please click on the following link:Weather information
Take note however that this information is along the coast,
and that inland where you will be staying, it is slightly hotter
and drier in the summer and a bit colder in the winter.
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