After crossing the border, we overnighted at the aire at the pleasant Spanish town of Peralada, with its roosting storks nearby, where we’d had a successful night last year.
• Day 4 – My plan was to head SE to the coast and work our way along it for a bit until we would head inland to reach roughly where we’d given up travelling South last year. We’re not great lovers of built up coastlines but thought we’d cover it as part of our journey anyway. Nothing really grabbed us on this route, but we were pleased after a bit of research (thank you “Free Camping UK and Europe” Facebook group), to find a handy park4night next to the beach with palm trees in the coastal town of Cunit
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Good and yes it does look a bit built up in places I also note the temperature, very good
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Very nice! We stayed near L’Escala last Summer at the lovely aire of Belcaire d’Emporda (Massis del Montgri) before visiting Palamós. How much further are you going? There is another aire/campsite at Peñíscola, which was very cheap, but some noisy dogs and a donkey kept waking us up at various times during the night. Grau de Castellón free aire for up to 48 hour is brilliant and right by marvellous beach. Enjoy!
We’re now in Morella. Overnighting in the free aire there. We’re just loosely headed south with no particular agenda which is lovely. Lovely mild weather! Sun out still and casserole bubbling away on the stove, embellished with a bit of Spanish red wine and wild rosemary!