Walking Holidays in Spain - Mainland - Els Ports and The Three Kingdoms


Els Ports and The Three Kingdoms Trek

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The hotels are mostly small family run hotels and unless arranged otherwise at the time of booking, each overnight stay will include a room with private bathroom and breakfast and dinner. 

Picnic lunches can be provided by all your accommodations if you wish at an average cost of 6 Euro per person. 

The hotels are mostly small family run hotels and unless arranged otherwise at the time of booking, each overnight stay will include a room with private bathroom and breakfast and dinner. 

Picnic lunches can be provided by all your accommodations if you wish at an average cost of 6 Euro per person. 

Night 1- Your first accommodation is a delightful farm estate located 1 km from Arnes, converted to a thriving place to stay for Spanish and overseas visitors. The farmhouse offers comfy rooms, gardens and pool and delicious seasonal cuisine.


Night 2 & 3- Beceite is a two-night stay in an ancient Posada located within the village itself.  You may also opt to upgrade to a higher-grade hotel with pool and gardens just outside of the village walls.


Night 4- Fredes is nothing more than a quaint, tranquil hamlet with a small church and bar/restaurant. Next to the bar is the entrance to a spacious apartment which is yours to enjoy overnight. Breakfast and dinner are taken in the restaurant and they will provide a picnic lunch (pay there) as there are no shops in Fredes.


Night 5 & 6- Vallibona is a picture-perfect village of white house’s clinging to a steep slope against a backdrop of red cliffs and it’s an enticing place to linger. With two nights here, you can do exactly that! Rooms are simple in style and quite small, but lashings of hot water and comfortable beds make them perfectly adequate. The food is delicious, and everything is proudly home cooked by Tere while her flamboyant, artistic husband Manel mans the bar.


Night 7- The final stop along your trek is Morella, a stunning walled and castellated town. Perched on a hilltop and visible from afar, the town is crowned by a castle and lower down a beautiful cathedral. Small shops selling artisan products line the unusual galleried streets. Hotel El Cid overlooks a section of the high city walls and some rooms offer superb views of the surrounding countryside. Dinner and breakfast are either served in the ground floor bar, or in the restaurant on the first floor.

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