- Places to visit
- What to do
- Organise your trip
- Happening now
Borriol has been inhabited since prehistoric times and is now in the shadow of the remains of its rugged castle of Moorish origin built upon Roman foundations, which overlooks unirrigated olive groves and carob fields. The hills rise gradually in height from the edge of the coastal plain to the mountains of the Desert de les Palmes. Buried deep in the heart of the route of what was formerly the Augustan Road, Borriol’s proximity to Castellon endows it with a dynamic economy and strategic location.The tourist and sporting activities of Borriol revolve around its golf course, which can be seen via the webcam located at the Club de Campo del Mediterráneo.
The network of webcams of the Region of Valencia