/ Getting to Riglos by public transport
Likely to arrive between mid-late October 2012.
Has anybody made this journey who can offer some advice?
Essentially looking for a cheap holiday alternative to the drive down to font & the flights are very reasonable.
CHEAP accomodation suggestions would also be welcomed.
Thanks in advance.
Stop being cheap and hire a car- you'll want it for getting to the shops anyway as there's not much in Riglos in the way of supermarkets.
Camping is fine in the village, a nice spot at the far end if you drive on through. Otherwise there's a youth hostel type affair which is cheap and does food too.
Have you considered Siurana/Margalef? Closer to Reus and easy enough to hitch to cornudella de monstant for supplies.
Have considered other locations, but the draw of those towers is strong.
Thanks for the input.
Try http://www.viajar.com/trenes/spider.do or www.renfe.es for railway timetables.
I remember seeing links to Spanish bus timetables in a post here a while back, but can't find it. Have a search of the Forums.
Riglos in November?
Is it going to be really unpleasant and cold? Snow??
It's semi-arid around there so it'll probably be sunny and around 15-20 degrees during the day in Nov, but get quite chilly at night.
You'd be unlucky to get rain, very unlucky to get snow. But both are possible.
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