Hotel El Ancla
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... of appeal, as a family, but still worth the look.
But Peniscola is lovely.
It has a beautiful beach with an old castle perched upon an impressive rocky crag as a centrepiece.
What a backdrop!
We walked inside and around the 700 yr old castle walls. The view over the town and beaches is amazing.
We are really settling into the Spanish way of life - sleeping in late, beach, eating a late lunch of ...
... may well see him again, either later this year, or, next year when tentative plans to celebrate Malc's 70th here, have been made.
We head just under 200 miles north to Benicarlo, Camping Alegria Del Mar, (N40 25'36" E0 26'17"), an ACSI site.
First impressions, site appears to be fine, you even get a free "welcome ...
... defunct.In addition, the approach to La Moreras is more suited to a 4x4, than a campervan!.
Not to worry, there are other Aires signposted, and we end up at Viz Mar, Peniscola (N40 23’32” E0 24’25”), 10Euro a night including Electric, toilets, showers etc, or 6Euro per night, no ...
... enjoy it. Seonaid and myself then went to Pepe's infants class while the other retired to a nearby bar. Pepe told us that the children are expected to have 30% of the teaching in English by the age of five.
Now it's time for a request, if any of you kind readers have any good clean illustrated children's books (fiction or non fiction), Lego or similar construction toys suitable for young children that you no longer require please ...
Playa Tropicana – Alcossebre (Castellon), continued
We have a gentle cycle along the coast, as far as the lighthouse north of Alcossebre, and a nose around the marina, The marina is unusual in that whilst is does have a few bars and eating places, open to the public, it is mostly closed to the public and reserved for boat users.