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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 ...
... but thought it might be too big for our little cooking pot.
Instead we bought some Christmas cheer in the form of some lovely Spanish brandy and some good Rioja.
Kay had her photo taken with Father Christmas but refused to sit on his knee.
The stalls were mostly leather goods and jewelery and some Christmas decorations.
We had a lovely lunch in a bodega bistro where we sampled the local rioja..lovely.
... vanished from the UK’s high streets, are still thriving in the rest of Europe.
We’re nearing the end of our travels now and in two days will leave Alcossebre and begin the trek home. Our next destination will be Zaragoza, then we’ll cross into France and stay near St Jean de Luz, in a campsite we used on our way to Spain back in January. Hopefully we’ll be able to do one more blog before we get back to ...
... and Bonterra Park has to offer ....300 days of sunshine reputedly.
The local promenade is flat and pleasant to walk with plenty of cafes along the way Convenient supermarkets on the doorstep and restaurants nearby,
We were lucky to have such good neighbours on our campsite. Marian and Leo are the life and soul of the the social scene as well as having an interesting enterprise going with the re-cycling of plastic bottles into ...
... This means that much of the shoreline is undermined by the sea, which forces its way up through blowholes to form amazing waterspouts. There are a few sandy coves in the National Park and these are littered with masses of shells, much to Lesley’s pleasure. Our pitch here on the site is decorated with little installations of shells and interesting pebbles.
Lesley will tell you all about our trips out in the next blog, ...