Summer is just around the corner, and one of the questions everyone is asking most in these early stages of re-opening is what will happen to the holidays.
And while we wait to see how the pandemic evolves, and the measures that governors are approving, what is clear is that this year almost everyone will do tourism for our country.
Some, to support the national economy. Others, out of fear of travelling abroad in the midst of this global crisis and that there may be an upsurge in cases and be isolated on the other side of the world.
Within our country, the small hotels and campsites will be, according to the experts, some of the big beneficiaries because they will allow us to maintain social distance.
And when it comes to camping, caravans and motorhomes win, because of the independence they give when it comes to moving around, and because of the privacy and security they provide in these times when the virus continues to stalk our lives invisibly.
We must also bear in mind that caravans are no longer those small and uncomfortable rooms of several decades ago. Now, caravans can be super chic. And if your caravan is only a few years old, or if you have bought a caravan that is a bit cold, you can turn your caravan into a comfortable and charming space, unlike a hotel room, by adapting it to your tastes and filling it with personal items.