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        Castellón: a lot to discover

        Located in the north of the Valencian Community, the province of Castellón is a compendium of coastal towns that host music festivals as well as castles steeped in history; of natural treasures to include in a list of 'Places to visit once in a lifetime', and of cities that have yet to shout from the rooftops about all they have to show.  

        Castellón de la Plana, the capital of the province, is the great unknown of the Community. Its accessible size allows you to explore it on foot and on your walk you will come across vestiges that speak of distant times, such as the Muralla Liberal, and buildings of superb architecture. As you pass by, you will see the Old Casino, its Central Market, the Co-cathedral of Santa María la Mayor and, next to it, the Fadrí, a 60-metre high bell tower.  

        Take a stroll around the Grau, the city's maritime district, located just 4 kilometres from the centre. In and around the Plaza del Mar you will find restaurants and bars where you can sample the local gastronomy. This is where you toast to the success of a meeting.  

        Make the most of your visit and stay overnight at the nearby Hotel Sercotel Plana Parc. Perfect for a business trip? Yes. Do we also have everything you need for your leisure break? Also.   

        Castellón in its natural state 

        Castellón was not satisfied with the typical natural attractions. It wanted to be spectacular. This is why it has the Columbretes Islands, a nature reserve made up of a group of islets. The largest of these, the Isla Grande, is what remains of an ancient crater. They are two hours from the coast and can be reached by boat from Castellón de la Plana, Oropesa or Alcossebre. By the way, don't forget your goggles and snorkels. The little ones will be amazed by the variety of small fish they will see.  

        Going out to sea is always a guarantee of adventure. Going into the depths of the earth, too. The experience is even more exciting if it is done by boat, which is what they offer at the Coves de Sant Josep. Located in La Vall d'Uixó, the experience covers an 800-metre stretch of what is the longest navigable underground river in Europe.  

        A visit to the Sierra de Irta Natural Park might seem more normal. However, its mountains, which run parallel to the sea between Peñíscola and Alcossebre, make up one of the last undeveloped coastal mountain ranges on the Mediterranean coast. Along its paths you will climb to its highest peaks and descend to some coves where you can refresh yourself and get your strength back.


        Villages of Castellón

        Se la natura è così bella in questa provincia, le sue città e i suoi paesi non fanno eccezione. Se ci si trova a Castellón, è impossibile non parlare di Benicàssim, famoso in tutto il mondo per il suo festival musicale, il leggendario FIB. Né possiamo esimerci dal consigliarvi di visitare Peñíscola, non vi negheremo il piacere di un bagno sulla spiaggia che si affaccia sul Castello di Papa Luna. A Vinaròs, le passeggiate nel suo affascinante quartiere storico terminano inevitabilmente con bagni e giochi sulle spiagge del Fortín e del Fora Forat.


        Nell'entroterra, Montanejos nasconde alcune piscine naturali, la Fuente de los Baños, con acque cristalline, pareti rocciose e una vegetazione lussureggiante. Chi non nasconde il suo fascino è Morella che mostra in un colpo d'occhio tutto ciò che ha di medievale: castello e mura compresi. Come dicevamo, all'hotel Sercotel di Castellón possiamo dirvi tutto quello che c'è da sapere per sfruttare al meglio il vostro viaggio.

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