Travel Blogs from Sant Carles de la Rąpita
... looking at my licence :-)... So car and also an Internet WiFi modem were now mine as I headed even further through Barcelona airport to collect my mighty VW Polo. Bags packed, iPad with GPS setup and programmed for Beceite, I was on my way.
I have driven in Europe before, in Paris or at least the outskirts of Paris to be precise so driving on the wrong side of the road is not completely foreign to me, but it is still strange to go against a ...
... fuel the tourism trade. We wandered around the castle rooms and battlements, the latter providing views over Peniscola, the coastline and beyond, then left to explore the narrow, winding streets on our way back to the car park. Whilst the old town proved of interest to us, the more modern, high-rise development is not for us so we were glad to return to the relative peace and tranquility of the campsite, where we later spent an hour down on the beach as the sun went ...
... of Alcocebre we followed the directions given by the Caravan Club and indeed, the final 1-mile approach was via an unsurfaced road through the Sierra d'Irta National Park - very rutted, bumpy and dusty, so little point in giving the car a much needed wash at this location. However, the site itself is excellent, with 70 or so pitches for tents and tourers, plus a number of wooden chalets, and a great remote location to chill out. So far, we have ...
... the nearest town and had a beer by the sea listening to a singing lunatic in the window above the bar, she seemed happy.
Had dinner at the hotel along with the other 8 guests, after a bottle of wine and a few brandy's the night got better.
Took a walk up the road after dinner where it was pitch black and laid in the road for an hour watching shooting stars.. The sky was amazing, like a diamond crust of stars, so clear..
Next stop Barcelona.
... street behind them. Lol we must have been in so many peoples photos!! after we left them a bit further down the streets, we saw a group similar but that looked like angels!! it turns out they were marching towards each other then meeting up in the middle to then continue together. They had fireworks tht night too. We only saw part of them. We then were on our way to the other beach when we met this group of people from Belgium. They are here on vacation. We chatted with them a bit ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed