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Villages-rural destinations in Europe, for slow nomadism?

 

by @magalhini | 5yr  | 28 comments

Hi fellow nomads!

Iโ€™m currently on a quest to find some places for temporary living on a quiet, ideally green and mountainy village, somewhere in Europe, since I feel l could use a break from the busy lifestyles of Berlin and London.

Trouble is, everyone always goes for the big citiesโ€ฆ finding villages with decent access (not requiring endless hours of driving from an airport) is proving to be tough so far :confused:

Some options are some inner, rural places in Romania and Slovakia, but I would love to hear what suggestions you come up with! Maybe somewhere in your home country that you know itโ€™s a gem to decompress around nature ?

I would love to hear your thoughts :smile:
A cheer for slow living! :camel:

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@mule5 | 4yr

@steve3 Yes - what about Spain? There are large number of resort properties coming out of bank foreclosure in the Murcia area. Might be worth setting up a home base in the 50k euro range at one of these resorts (2 bedrooms), as they are very much slow, more remote, gated, and not in villages, although mostly filled with foreigners (not locals), but still a nice slow destination. Itโ€™s about as slow as you can get, as at these resorts during off season are ghost towns. :slight_smile: You really have the whole place to yourself, no crowds, no noise, no lines, etcโ€ฆ We spent a month in January 2014, and just booked 5 months starting December. Excited for some sun, relax, calm and slow work.

@jacob - We love the Beziers area, itโ€™s a great location for sure. We stayed for 1.5 months in Caussiniojouls, just north and off the D909. It is a sleepy little town, but it was great. Community was so welcoming, the โ€œRepas de Familleโ€ was exceptional. We also had a car, so going to BCN or other larger cities was not an issue. Also I should mention, we are a family of 5 travelling together, so we have slightly different nomad criteria.

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@steve3 | 4yr

How about Competa, Andalucia, Spain ?

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@lpds | 4yr

Hey mate,
I know itโ€™s an age old question, but canโ€™t help myself sharing the Hungarian Szentendre as one of the most beautiful rustic little towns. In the surrounding hills or on the nearby island in the river Danube you will surely find a peaceful setting and all amenities are near should you need them.

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@orca | 5yr

It depends where I find my 3G/4G is OK but like lots of places location is the key. I normally go to a village and check the WiFi and 3G etc with Speedtest.net

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@ajsnewman | 5yr

I actually use Aosta in Northern Italy as my European base, probably about 4-6 months of the year. It is just an hour from Turin by train, nestled in the heart of the Aosta Valley, so thereโ€™s winter sports and hiking etc in summer. I often spend every second week in London or elsewhere while i am there too. Itโ€™s heavenly.

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@snu6ew | 5yr

Three different a little more touristy, mainstream and sometimes less cheap ideas (partly already mentioned):

  1. Mallorca. Its fucking beautiful and has frequent and cheap flights to everywhere. Yet it really is not crowded if you escape the hotspots. Donโ€™t trust other peoples negative stories if they are amateurs and havenโ€™t travelled like a nomad does. It is extremely diverse for the size of the island. Probably the most wrongly prejudged place in Europe. The mountains โ€œTramuntanaโ€ are a world heritage site for good reason. Give it a try (costs you nothing to go there for 2 weeks) and decide on your own. Rental cars a extremely cheap. Get a car!

  2. Sicily. The most Italian place of whole Italy. Stay next to the volcano Etna. Walk in to a bar, have a coffee while standing, pay a weird price like 76 euro cents due to the strong competition and the Italians price sensitivity regarding their everyday expenses, leave no tip at all and walk out again in less than two minutes. Get back on your Vespa, enjoy the scenic views. Repeat every 3 hours.

  3. The other extreme: South Tyrol โ€“ the least Italian place in Italy. They speak German there. Probably the most beautiful bit of the Alps. Combine the best of German with the best of an Italian โ€“ this is what you get. Please google for pictures of the mountains.

All three really are amazing places matching all your requirements. If you havenโ€™t seen these three places I would really recommend doing so before exploring some more remote secret escapes.

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@magalhini | 5yr

Awesome tips, thanks! I never expected South Tyrol to look THAT good, itโ€™s incredible! Certainly one to exploreโ€ฆ added to the list. Never really considered Mallorca, given its reputation (ie, hyper touristy) and I never bothered to look up which exact places there are the quietest. But I trust your judgement! :slightly_smiling:

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@andrzej | 5yr

Well, weโ€™re based in Banska Stiavnica in the middle of Slovakia - 2 hour ride from Budapes or Bratislava.

The town is quiet but not dead and it is beautiful at the same time. Quite cheap living (~300 โ‚ฌ/month for a nice flat). Browse through the map, see some pics: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Banskรก+ล tiavnica,+Slovakia/@48.4443018,18.8353147,16536m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x471532da0c4e3f1f:0xb7b95f1d8cf0a454!6m1!1e1

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@magalhini | 5yr

That is fairy tale like! Thanks for your suggestion, I would probably have stopped at Bratislava (which on its own doesnโ€™t sound like a bad place to start, anyway!)

Is it okay to find a good connection over there, though?

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@andrzej | 5yr

There is direct bus line between Bratislava and Banska Stiavnica each day (bus takes 3 hours though). In Slovakia all bus/train connections are listed on http://cp.atlas.sk/ - I just found out the page can be switched to English by hard-to-notice icon in the bottom :smiley:

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@jonsunandco | 5yr

Weโ€™re based in Javea a small coastal town in Spain.
We live in a coliving space called www.sun-and-co.com
Very calm during the year but maybe itโ€™s not as rural as what youโ€™re looking for.

Another option could be Sende, also in Spain. During summer the weather itโ€™s good. Itโ€™s located in Senderiz a very small and rural village. http://sende.co/

Last but not least, I heard pretty cool things from Slovenia, Bulgaria and Basque Country.

Any questions youโ€™ve just let me know :wink:

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@orca | 5yr

I like Mittenwald in Germany its small but in a great location with first rate mountain views and a short train ride to Innsbruck. Goslar (in the Harz) is nice too and both are small and relaxing but if you want somewhere warmer the villages in Sicily might work well but there are so many all with varying attractions its hard to pick one but these seven were short listed and I tend to agree because I know five of them and they are first rate.
Castelmola
Montalbano Elicona
Novara di Sicilia
San Marco dโ€™Alunzio
Savoca
Cefalรน
Geraci Siculo

Another option is Gozo in the Maltese Islands but maybe that is a bit too quiet.

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@orca | 5yr

Hi,

Goslar is the place in the Harz in my opinion. Small and with everything you need plus surrounded by forest. Check out http://www.goslar.de/english

Regards
Richard

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@magalhini | 5yr

Goslar it shall be, at least for one experimental weekend away! Will be on the lookout for Airbnbโ€™s this week, so excited about it! If you have any recommendation in terms of accommodation (or even just where exactly to stay, close to the mountains for eg), please do shout :slightly_smiling:

Thank you!

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@magalhini | 5yr

Thank you! I am almost sold in Harz, to start with (itโ€™s within train distance from Berlin). Googling up all those Italian villages makes me want to jump in there right away though, thank you so much for sharing those good finds!

Having a mountain close by is essential, since thatโ€™s mostly what Iโ€™m after right now. Anywhere/place in particular around the Harz you could recommend?

My contribution to this topic can certainly be the Azores & the Madeira Islands, part of the Portuguese territory. Often overlooked even by myselfโ€ฆ and Iโ€™m Portuguese! :smiley:

Iโ€™ll add a compiled list of all the suggestions with more details in a few days to this topic!

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@geo_care | 5yr

How is the internet in Sicily? I heard it is quite slow and unstable.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

I adore Herault, in southern France. As soon as you get away from the coast you start going upland. Wonderful villages, wonderful mountains. Not Alps, no, but very civilised, great weather, fabulous footpaths. I spent the summer in a tiny village called Villeneuvette, which amazingly is well connected by public transport to the various hubs in the dรฉpartement, but there are plenty of other jewels!

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@magalhini | 5yr

Villeneuvette looks incredible! Very rural, exactly what Iโ€™m looking for :slight_smile: Iโ€™ll have a look at how easy (or not) it is to access. Traveling without a car and with very limited traveling hours is a bit of a limitation for me from where I am now.

Thank you for your suggestions, Iโ€™ll definitely have a look around the area, I completely forgot to look around Southern France :smile:

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

Surprisingly, Villeneuvette is easy to get to. I donโ€™t drive and had to rely on public transport all the way. You can get a TGV into Montpellier, pick up a tram outside Gare St Roche to the end of the line, then catch a bus directly to Villeneuvette (only a โ‚ฌ1 journey if you get a carnet of 10 tickets, which youโ€™ll definitely use, so may as well!) The bus stops outside the village pretty much hourly from 6 am something to around 6 pm something. And the village has an eco-market every Tuesday evening. And a theatre festival in August. And regular concerts of all kinds in its church. And its own hiking path (the circuit de Villeneuvette) as well as paths leading you to many other places. I just loved it. Loved it loved it loved it loved it!!!

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@jacobjay | 4yr

Probably too late to be helpful but for future reference :wink: The problem with southern France is the terrible busses, they rarely cross departmental borders and often only serve the local market town once a week. That said the Herault does seem to have some better buss routes as Ani said. Iโ€™ll actually be setting myself up with a base in Beziers next year, but thatโ€™s a bit bigger than a village :slight_smile:

The real hidden gem is that thereโ€™s still some underutilised regional rural railways, indeed whilst Beziers is a bit far from the hills for biking, in Languedoc-Rousillion (maybe Midi-Pyreenes soon too now theyโ€™ve merged) the train tickets are only 1โ‚ฌ (from the red machines), and in fact also 1โ‚ฌ on the main lines (but you have to print your own ticket and thereโ€™s limited numbers). I plan to simply hop on the train up to the gorges and plateaus near Bedarieux to do my biking from there.

Iโ€™ve lived around the Cevennes and Salagou and find that it tends to get a bit too hot and dry in the summer, but if you know where to go there are some nice cold streams and pools (usually with too many tourists in Aug). Nonetheless checkout all the villages along these lines as they get several trains/busses a day and you can surely find somewhere great. Iโ€™d also suggest investigating Le Puy-en-Velay, which is 2h train from Lyon and great for the greener summer countryside. Whilst it is a town, there are neighbouring villages but most of these towns wherever, are so small and lacking in suburbs that you can escape in a few minutes on foot. France is blessed with multitudinous well-marked walking paths.

Currently Iโ€™m in Carcassonne (same as Beziers itโ€™s 2h direct train to BCN should you need big city life, but here also has all-year Ryanair connections) and whilst the countryside isnโ€™t spectacular it entertains me more than enough. You can even swim in the river right here in town, as if you were in the countryside. Hereโ€™s a map with the cheap lines, but also look at the quiet lines north of Toulouse (it has a major airport). I wouldnโ€™t rule out all the towns! Also have a look around the Vercors/Aspres-sur-Buech/Sisteron (in the Rhone-Alpes/Provence). Iโ€™ve also visited Jon and the guys in Javea and it was great but maybe not as secluded as youโ€™re looking for? Thereโ€™s places to retreat even near Berlin: http://coconat-space.com

https://www.train1euro.fr/Content/I18NTempFiles/20160331_1116/fr/TR%20LR%201โ‚ฌ%20V9.pdf

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@laviniaiosub | 4yr

Try Gozo (Malta), Coconat just out of Berlin or Transylvania!

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@ocnormad | 5yr

Turkey- we are currently in Antalya, Turkey. We came to Turkey for a short trip about a month ago and drove everywhere. But of all the cities, we enjoyed Antalyaโ€™s weather in winter. It has been so beautiful and warm. Beaches are gorgeous. People are so friendly and food is amazing here.

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@magalhini | 5yr

Ahh, Turkey, love it as wellโ€ฆ although Iโ€™ve never been to Antalya! If I remember correctly, Antalya is more of a beach-y, resort-like destination right? Although not exactly what Iโ€™m looking for, itโ€™s definitely a good reminder to look around the area too. I forget how amazing the rural side of Turkey can beโ€ฆ !

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@dvc | 5yr

Hi! Thereโ€™s already a thread asking a very similar question, and it might be easier for future readers if the discussion is consolidated in one thread.

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@magalhini | 5yr

Oopsie, completely missed this topic, great suggestions there too. Thanks for pointing that out :smile:

At the end, Iโ€™ll compile a list of my findings and update both topics so at least this one serves a purpose. Thanks!

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Hey! I spend most of my time in smaller places in Europe. Some favorites:

Sloveniaโ€™s Soca Valley and/or Lake Bled. Super affordable, really green, perfect for getting away into nature. I stayed in Kobarid for a month and it was lovely. Itโ€™s accessible by train and bus, but buses donโ€™t run super often, so expect to be building your life a bit around bus schedules and/or hitchhiking, cycling, or walking.

Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland - far from an airport, but fully accessible by train and very close to Interlaken if you need some city amenities. Itโ€™s not cheap, but itโ€™s one of the most beautiful places Iโ€™ve ever been. Plus, lots of interesting people pass through since the region is a big tourism stop for outdoorsy folks and sports folks.

Freiburg, Germany - itโ€™s a bit bigger than the other options Iโ€™ve mentioned, but itโ€™s a great European university town right up against the famed Black Forest. Great hiking. Good food. And a great town.

Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France - For some quiet beach contemplation, this is a good option. Basque country. Interesting places to walk, swim, cycleโ€ฆ Great beach scenery. Good food.

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Iโ€™ve never had a car in Europe, so all my suggestions are accessible by train/bus. :slight_smile:

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@magalhini | 5yr

Thank you so much for your suggestions! Slovenia is definitely on the list, and now I know where to beโ€ฆ :smile: Having a look into Kobarid.

Freiburg looks incredible, although a bit of a distance away from Berlin for those without a car (like myself). But the proximity to the Black Forest is very appealing! Do you think itโ€™s doable to access it without a car?

Thanks again! Iโ€™ll later compile a list of all these recommendations with some more info to share with everyone!

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What's the best warm destinations in Europe in the winter?

 

by @jammingsloth | 1yr 1 year ago | 33 comments

Planning ahead for the winter. Iโ€™ll be in Spain in the Fall and want to go someplace warm for the winter in or near Europe, but not Schengen. Was first thinking Cape Town, but the internet is slow and it is very far. Was also thinking:
Israel - but airbnb listings are very pricey.
Morocco?
Turkey - maybe a little chilly.

Any other suggestions?

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Can you name some destinations where hardly anyone smokes?

 

by @ani_goes_tweet | 3yr 3 years ago | 24 comments

Iโ€™m dying to spend some time in a beautiful place (especially a place with mountains and a good climate) where itโ€™s possible to enjoy the outdoor cafe culture without breathing in lots of secondhand smoke! There must be some places that are kinder to non-smokers than others.

Any suggestions?

(Bhutan is no goodโ€ฆ its daily tourist visa is way out of my reach!)

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Did you feel "lost" transitioning to nomadism?

 

by @levelsio | 3yr 3 years ago | 38 comments

I was wondering if any of you have had this while on the road.

The whole transition from normal life to nomadism and moving around different places has been super fun but also super intense. Itโ€™s also why I built #nomads, to remove those feelings a bit :smile:

From times Iโ€™ve felt super amazing and then super lost.

How has it been for you to shift from normal life to your nomad life?

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Traveling to Ghuangzhou in April for the Canton Fair: Any notable destinations during the downtime?


in Canton, United States by @rynesweeney | 5yr 4 years ago | 2 comments

I am traveling to the Canton fair where I will be for 16 days from April 18th to May 4th. There will be a couple 3 day gaps between working for mini excursions. I am contemplating going to Macau or HK during these times.

I am up for suggestions on similar areas i.e. close in proximity, simple travel arrangements, maybe a body of water as well.

Work may supercede these travel arrangements though if the journey isnโ€™t too demanding it may be worth while.

Thanks!

Ryne

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How many destinations did you plan prior to leaving?


by @nihilista | 5yr 5 years ago | 3 comments

Hello everyone,

Just wondering how many destinations you planned prior to leaving your home country. Did you attempt to obtain visas for all these?

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