This is part 14 of the puzzle series Around the World in Many Days. Each part is solvable on its own.
The larger grid is a Fillomino puzzle. Each of the six different letters in the grid (F, K, O, R, S and T) stands for a different number 1–6. Divide the grid into orthogonally connected regions so that the number in each cell indicates the size of its region. Multiple given numbers can be part of the same region, and there can be regions with no given number at all. Regions of the same size cannot share an edge, but they can touch at a corner.
The smaller grid is a Star Battle puzzle. Place one star in each of the five regions in the grid so that there are no two stars on the same row, in the same column, or next to each other, even diagonally.
Today I have travelled along the coastline and arrived at an ancient fortified town at the end of an impressive mountain-rimmed bay. Can you guess where I am?
Gladys will return in Paranormal Activity.