Go out and enjoy an unbeatable city environment, see the museums and historical sights, go round the typical bars to discover the taste of each corner and visit the shops. Castellón is a city that has little to envy the big cities, it has everything!
A city looking over the sea. Four kilometres from the centre, you can find the beach and the Grao de Castellón, the maritime district where the yacht club and the fishing and commercial port are located. Sunbathe, go for a run, play volleyball, travel to the Columbretes Islands nature reserve... Endless things to do
Remains of medieval walls that blend in with modern architecture, monuments and buildings full of history... Touring Castellón is a great experience. The Cathedral of Santa María, the Post and Telegraph building, the Basilica of the Mare de Déu del Lledó, the central market, the old casino or the Contemporary Art Space are some of the must-see spots.
The Grao de Castellón is the essence of the place. A marine district that houses an important commercial port, but also an extensive beach of fine sand where the whole family can play and have fun. But it’s not the only one, because there are other wonderful and charming spots, suchas the spectacular beaches of Gurugú, Serradal or El Pinar. Tourism with more than just sun, sand and fun.
The sea of its coast and the inland mountains bordering Castellón bring a varied, exquisite gourmet offer to your table. The rice and seafood dishes of fresh fish are the main stars of the coast, whereas meat and traditional stews are the top dishes in the mountains. The capital combines the essence of both to win over the stomachs of those who pass through here.
A city that combines the cosmopolitan feel of big stores with traditional small shops. Being fashionable is easy. Going shopping in Castellón is synonymous with finding leading international brands, emblematic corners and shops for all tastes. A unique experience.
Castellón has much more. The city is surrounded by incredible natural landscapes, such as the Desert de les Palmes or the Columbretes Islands. It is worth visiting these and other spots, such as the towns of Morella or Peñíscola. A unique opportunity to discover the flora and fauna of a true Mediterranean ecosystem.