Beaches in Castellón

  • Img 1: ALCUDIA BEACH
    The longest beach on the town's coastline, it has two contrasting landscapes. The first is a sandy beach with pebbles and crystal clear waters. The second is a little further north, leading into Burr...
    5
  • Almadrava Beach
    Excellent beach regenerated with natural sand. A waterfront goes along its extension of fine sand and only two spikes separate it from adjacent beaches and shelter it from swell. Beach adapted to peo...
    5
  • Amplaries Beach
    Extensive and open beach abundant in natural dunes, some creeks and vegetation on the coast margins. Accesses are marked by rural paths. There are several campings in this area, where calmness is the...
    0
  • Img 1: Barbiguera I y II
    Barbiguera I This small beach is enclosed by a residential area. Its turquoise water, thick sand, stones and vegetation surrounding it make this beach especially attractive. Furthermore, it is a priv...
    0
  • 109531
    It extends from the end of other beach in the town to the mouth of river Belcaire. On its short extension, about 500 metres, there is an uneven zone with a small atoll in the sea. It is especially su...
    0
  • 109535
    A beach with an irregular shoreline, of varying width, shingle areas, sandy creeks and rocky areas, perfect for shuttle-fishing. The remains of the watchtower of Beniesma is located on this beach.
    0
  • Cala d'Orpesa la Vella
    Small cove with fine sand.
    0
  • Cala Del Retor
    A small well-protected cove.
    0
  • Caracola Beach
    Located within a semi-urban environment at the beginning of the long straight line joining the coastline in the town with that in Peñíscola. The peculiarity of this beach is that, differently from ma...
    0
  • Carregador Beach
    It is one of the widest sand beaches in the area. The yacht port is located on one of its extremes, and on the other, there are some enormous fine sand dunes with wide botanic diversity, an important...
    5
  • Casa Blanca Beach
    Large and wide fine sand beach merging with another smaller virgin zone formed by gravel and boulders. Its width and the lack of dikes or breakwaters make its waters to be continuously moving. It has...
    0
  • Concha Beach
    As its name indicates, it is a bay-shaped beach, what shelters it from winds and draughts because of its natural configuration. Being of fine golden sand, it counts on delimited zones for all kind of...
    0
  • Img 1: Costa Sur Coves
    Virgin coast lovers will find, to the south of Peñíscola, several stone and gravel creeks with very clean waters and excellent sea bottoms for diving and fishing. The most attractive po...
    0
  • Img 1: El Bovalar Beach
    Beach marked out with small posts, a mixture of compact golden sand and shingle. The Nules lighthouse divides the beach into two sections.
    5
  • Img 1: Playa El Clot
    It has very fine sand and it is a not very uneven area. Furthermore, because of being a quite closed creek, it is ideal for children. Its proximity to the town centre, makes the bullring in Vinaròs t...
    0
  • El Gurugú Beach
    Semi-urban beach of more than one kilometre of very clean fine and golden sand. It is also a very important leisure zone, where discos and open-air bars follow one another appearing on the own beach....
    0

Rate and share