- Visiting the castle gardens, besides being able to see the moats and dungeons, is a pleasant walk with unbeatable views of the sea.

- Take the photo in front of the Casa de las Conchas. A small building covered with shells that draws attention between the narrow and steep streets.

- Ride on the Golondrina. From the fishing port comes this boat that gives us a tour to see the castle from another perspective, you can also see the famous stairs of Papa Luna, surrounded by mysteries because you do not know very well what they were built for, but the legend tells that They were built in a single night.

- Visit the Museum of the Sea, a small enclosure where you will find pieces and photographs related to the fishing life of the town.

- Visit the movie locations. Peñíscola has been like a great movie studio, movies like El Cid, Calabuch have been filmed here and more modern series have been recorded such as El chiringuito de Pepe or Game of Thrones. When you walk through the town you can see posters that indicate the places where they were filmed.

- Look at the stalls of the hippy market located at the foot of the castle.

- Eat a rice or fish from Peñíscola in any of its restaurants.

- Have a drink in the afternoon or at night in one of its chillout corners, like the Samarucs next to the Bufador, the Entre dos Aguas on the edge of the sea, or any that you will find in the corners of the town.

- Try Badum beer, craft beer and made in Peñíscola. You can visit the factory or simply taste it in the store that is in the town. They have many varieties, including artichoke.

- Visit the Parrot Garden. This park is halfway between Peñiscola and Benicarló and I recommend it if you want to spend a different time. In addition there is an adventure circuit for all ages. I leave the link here so you have all the information.

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- The caves of Sant Josep (Vall d'uixo), is the longest navigable underground river in Europe, whose temperature remains constant at 20 ºC in the interior of the cave throughout the year. In this link you will find the page.

- Visit the town of MORELLA, a beautiful village completely walled in the middle of the mountain, where you can find organic honey of all kinds, artisanal delicatessen, artisan cheeses and more typical products of the sector. It is located about 80km from Peñiscola.

- PORT AVENTURA, a fun amusement park for the whole family, is composed of 3 different parks (one aquatic, one Ferrari and the classic adventure), here is the link.

- The Oceanografic, the city of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, are advisable to see, the Oceanografic is the largest aquarium in Europe and in the city of science you can enjoy a cinema in 4D.

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