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... the life style of the bourgeoisie of early last century.
It is not the bustling frenzy of some modern resorts, the pace is slower which is what we like, no seedy nightclubs and drunken youths in your face like the early days of ' the Spanish resort'!!!
It has a calm to it.
A lovely sunset on our last evening.
Farewell to Benicassim we could be back next ...
... other side of the rock for our sheltered anchorage and we sailed all the way on the chute gradually moving it round as we rounded the rock and only put the engine on at the very end to anchor off the beach for the night.
CALPE to DENIA
Another great sail along the coast intending to reach Gandia for a stopover before sailing to Valencia. We had studied the charts and found that this particular part of the coast had very little in the way ...
... is the second highest peak in the province of Alicante. Puig Campana is located in the municipality of Finestrat only 10 km (6 mi) from the Mediterranean coast.
From the base of the mountain it may seem that there is only one peak, but in fact there are two, the taller of which is not easily visible from the base of ...
... and Spanish/Valenciano qualities.
Today we experience a bit of that during their Pueblo Festival.
Benidorm is bursting with tourist...even during the Spanish economic crisis. There were tourist and locals walking along the playa and enjoying coffee in the sidewalk cafes. It was cool when we left El Campello but the air was warming as we walked along the sea. There were even hardy swimmers ...
Today we went to a nearby town to the Valor Chocolate factory! It was so cool! We got to learn about the history and go through the factory, all for free. We sampled chocolate and fully enjoyed ourselves. We all talked about Willy Wonka and how we wished we were in his ...