Discover Castellón with this fantastic tour! The perfect match between the sea and the mountain. More than 120 kilometres of coastline provide shelter for some of the fascinating beaches of the Region of Valencia. Enjoy a moment of pause and adventure in the natural parks, landscapes and routes.
In the north of Castellón, Vinaròs and Benicarló are gastronomic cities with delicious products from the sea and the garden.
The emblematic Castillo de Papa Luna is a mandatory stop for the history and culture of the Region of Valencia in Peñiscola. Do you want more? The south of the province presents Alcalà de Xivert - Alcossebre in the Natural Park of La Serra d’Irta, a coastal, rocky mountain range full of cliffs and small coves.
Oropesa del Mar and Benicasim are two beautiful towns linked by the Vía Verde del Mar, a beautiful route over the Mediterranean. Castelló de la Plana is a dynamic, peaceful and vital city. Nules, Almenara, Moncofa, Vila-real and Burriana are the cradle of the prestigious citrus fruits of the Region of Valencia.
The interior of Castellón houses medieval jewels such as Sant Mateu, Morella, Vilafamés, Segorbe, Culla, Catí and Ares del Maestrat. A perfect visit for the most curious travellers to discover hidden gems between peaceful squares and stone streets. Also, visit one of the highest and emblematic peaks of our land: the majestic Monte Penyagolosa.
Castellón is also a land of templars. The Temple Route is linking the medieval castles of Peñíscola, Santa Magdalena de Pulpis and Alcalà de Xivert. More than 26 kilometres of road that runs through the Natural Park of Serra d’Irta and that combines the lush landscape with the monumental heritage of the historical fortresses of this area of the province.