|Woke to beautiful sunny day and headed off for walk along the beach to old town of Peniscola at the end of the bay. What an incredible sight a walled town perched high up on the hill overlooking the mediterranean coast built back in 1294. It was build on top of the remains of an Arab citadel and occupied by Benedict X111 who used it as a papal palace (the castle). It survived many wars and seiges and was declared a listed building in 1931. The streets are still occupied by locals and there are many street stalls with the local goods. All the streets are made of beach pebbles and narrow one way, there is also a church, artillery store, lighthouse, museum and interesting gates and bufador that is a gap in the rock which the sea breathes in the stormy days. Enjoying the relaxing holiday atmosphere and Paul loves the beach, water temperature perfect!!