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I am planning a day in the Vall de Bois in late May to see its World Heritage Site Romanesque churches. I believe that most (if not all) of these churches will be closed for siesta from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., and because I don’t generally eat lunch, I am hoping to take advantage of one or two of the other options for which this area seems to be known.

(a) Is there a reasonably short, reasonably flat, and well-used hiking trail in the area that would take, say 1 or 1.5 hours? (As a solo traveler who is no longer the paragon of fitness, I’ve been learning that I need to keep my sights on easy hikes. ;-) )

(b) I believe that one of Spain’s relatively uncommon thermal spas is in the area—the Caldes de Boi. Have any of you tried it, and if so, with what reactions?

Of course, I welcome suggestions for other options!

Thanks again!

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