We started early again today and were away from the camp at 7.00am. Off to see the standing stones in the next village. They are two Menhirs or standing stones probably from around the fifth or sixth millennia BC. The largest of them is 5.6 meters high and quite impressive.
On across country through some lovely scenery marred by some bad weather on route. We arrived at Peniche on the Atlantic coast by 1.30pm and set up camp right on the cliff tops overlooking a very angry ocean. Sarah decided we were to walk to the harbour which proved to be further than the book said. The coast line is amazing with slabs of what was once a limestone pavement , broken and scattered in unbelievable shapes. The harbour was very nice and we cut back through the centre of town saving a hours walk.