Spain, Comunidad Valenciana, Castellón, Peñiscola
Alan Rogers Review
Lying slightly inland and just to the north of Peñiscola castle, this is a great location for those wishing to avoid the hurly burly of large city campsites. Here, there’s a generally peaceful ambience, pitches are well shaded and there’s a small but attractive pool and the warm Mediterranean waters and lovely sandy beach are just 400m away.
The boulevard stretches over 5km and a gentle seaside stroll takes you right to the base of the dramatic Papa Luna castle which dominates the town. Wander the narrow streets of the old town and climb for the sweeping views from the top.
Away from the town, explore the natural landscapes of the Ebro delta natural park, the San José subterranean caves and perhaps the Columbretes islands, a stunning location home to wonderful flora and fauna. The hilltop walled town of Morella is one of Spain’s most beautiful towns, with a fascinating blend of history, from the Romans to the Spanish civil war, via El Cid and the Moors.
Bar -Cafe. Supermarket (small) Children's bathrooms. Children's Play Area. Pets allowed on pitch. Swimming pool. Childrens Pool. Washing Service. Wi-Fi
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|N40 23 33||W0 24 24|