Peñíscola (Peníscola in Valencian) is a town north of Valencia (Spain) in the region Bajo Maestrazgo. Located in a privileged spot in the Spanish Mediterranean. The 79 km2 of their municipality, 17 of which run parallel to the shoreline are divided between woodland and the warm Mediterranean crops, including no shortage of orange, olive and almond trees.
Peñíscola, city hospital, has been the crossroads of all Mediterranean civilizations since the dawn of history are browsing this sea of prosperity and culture. The Phoenicians and Greeks, were followed Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines and Arabs ... everyone knew of its advantageous location, its security and irreducible strength and its suitability as habitat, both for its climate as plenty of water available freshwater flowing from the bowels of the rock in the very citadel. City holds title since 1707.