The wind is gone, therefore the mosquitos come. No wonder, because the rice fields are really a mosquito breeding farm.

We continue along the coast.

The old town of Peniscola is situated on a rock connected only by a narrow strip with the coast. Not suitable for our camper! Even normal cars are rare here. Even the e-bike has to contend with the steep cobbled streets and the steepness. At the top sits the castle from the 13th century. From here you have a fantastic view all around. If you know where to look, you will also see our campsite.


3 thoughts on “Peniscola

  1. I meant to ask the first time I read this post…but do you think the folks that settled and named Pensicola, Florida, came from here?

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