FAQs

Is there parking at Les Voltes?

There is plenty of parking available on the nearby streets. You can drive up to the door of the apartment to unload/load, and then park a short distance away. Even at the busiest times of the year, you should not have to walk more than 2 minutes.

Is the swimming pool private?

No. The swimming pool is a public swimming pool. Guests at Les Voltes can use the village swimming pool for free during their stay. The pool opens every day from 11:00 to 19:00 from June 23 to September 11. There is a poolside bar and restaurant that open every day during the summer season.

Does Les Voltes have a garden?

Les Voltes does not have a garden on its property, but guests are welcome to use the garden and patio area of a little stone house, La Pallissa, we own just a 10-minute walk from the apartment. La Pallissa has a barbeque, a table and chairs, and some chairs/beds for sunbathing. You can eat inside or outside depending on your preferences. There is plenty of sun and shade at different times of the day. The building does not have running water, but it has a rainwater deposit. It does not have electricity either, but we have a battery for inside lights and WiFi and can connect a generator if you would like to organise something at night. 

Do you arrange airport pickups?

If you are flying into Reus and there are four or fewer guests, we will pick you up and drop you back at the airport. If you are staying for a week or longer, there is no charge for pick-up/drop-off. Please check prices with us for shorter stays or more guests. Contact us if you would like information on pickups/transfers from Barcelona airport.

Do you have a minimum stay?

No we don't, as we like to be as flexible as possible. We do, however, charge an extra fee for one-night stays.

Do you serve meals?

No we don't, but we can arrange for local catering. Please contact us for details.

What shops are in the village?

There is a grocer's, a baker's, a chemist's and a furniture/gift shop that open from Monday to Saturday; a butcher's that opens 2 days a week; a second-hand shop that opens at the weekends; and a fresh fish van that comes every Wednesday morning. The wine cooperative also has a shop that sells wine and local delicacies.



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