Hotel Termas Marinas El Palasiet
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Just 30kms away is another resort with pristine beaches and the added attraction of a fortified town, an island fortress not unlike Mont St Michel. You can walk around the narrow cobbled streets full of shops and restaurants and fishermans houses down by the harbour. A labyrinth of streets enclosed by massive ramparts. The restaurants serve the local seafood delicacies such as ...
Preparations for Christmas
As always we bring a friend along with us on our journey...this year it is Meery.........courtesy of Georgie, Karen and Dave. He has settled in quite nicely and is enjoying the Spanish sun.
Also along the theme of Christmas we went to Peniscola today and there was a Spanish Christmas market in the old fort . It was very atmospheric and with carols playing very festive. We found a ...
... the level of the surrounding wetlands. 320 square kilometres has been designated a nature reserve, being a valuable habitat for all kinds of waterfowl and migratory birds, some of them quite rare.
It’s one of only five places in Europe where flamingos live and breed all year round, another being the Camargue. In fact it looks a lot like the Camargue, even down to the whitewashed cottages thatched with ...
What an interesting and surprising little place this is!.
We really had only thought of this place as a stop-over rest and recouperation before our main stop but are now finding daily what a lovely little place and community this is.
Everyone is so friendly with a mixture of nationalities. Some are here for the whole winter and we are beginning to wonder why anyone needs to travel further if the sun is here then stay and enjoy ...
... 8217;s knights, Crusaders and even Monty Python had failed to find. Surely they would have known it was here all along. This 1st century agate cup,taken to Rome by St Peter, brought to Spain for safety during the 3rd century, is claimed to be the actual cup used by Christ to drink wine at the Last Supper and offer the first communion.
After the cathedral ...