We stay in Troncones for about a week every January. We take a backpack and a couple tote bags, and we travel by bus and combi. Taking a taxi would make the trip super-easy.
I pack some herbs for cooking and little toys for the kids (crayons, small tablets, harmonicas, etc). I also like to bring some good Italian pasta, a small bottle of olive oil and some capers. That's about it. We eat out about once a day, and buy everything else we need in town.
Don't miss the produce pick-up truck that comes through town every 2 or 3 days, packed with fresh fruits and vegetables with a scale hanging off the back end.
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