Cities and towns in Castellon


  • Monumento toros Segorbe - Castellón
    Segorbe, the principal town of the region of Alto Palancia, is favoured by a temperate climate; it is well-situated and not overcrowded. Visitors strolling around the old quarter will find well-preserved medieval monuments and lovely views of the...
  • Oropesa del Mar/ Orpesa
    The varied coastline and the simplicity of its old quarter are the two aspects that most stand out from first impressions of the municipality. When you look a little deeper into the customs and traditions of the locality, its historic patrimony...
  • Peñíscola - Playa Norte
    The towns location, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Sierra de Irta, gives the visitor a great variety of environments from which to choose. The old quarter of the city conserves traces of its most remote past, tied to the powerful Borgia...
  • Imagen de la Playa Carregador en Alcossebre
    The proximity to the sea and the mountains is what characterises a municipality that has as standard, its high steeple, its old quarter, and a coastal area called Las Fuentes. Ten kilometres of beaches and coves can be contemplated from the splendid...
  • Imagen de Torreblanca - Castellón Mediterráneo
    El paisaje de Torreblanca aporta lo mejor que puede ofrecer una zona de costa, junto a importantes relieves de montes y sierras y un tramo de costa virgen. En el entorno natural destaca también la placidez de sus abiertas playas, algo...
  • Imagen de Moncofa
    Al carácter amable de sus gentes se une una buena oferta que proporciona al término las características necesarias para ser un auténtico destino turístico. Paseos por la costa, playas dotadas de servicios y una...
  • Img 1: Cabanes
    Although Cabanes was apparently founded in Roman times as a mansion on the Via Augusta, today's settlement came into being in 1243 as one of the villages in the autonomous district of Miravet. It was so vigorous in every respect that it annexed the...
  • Morella - vista castillo
    Morella has innumerable reasons to be visited. All of the major civilisations - Iberians, Celts, Greeks, Romans, Carthaginians and Arabs - have left their mark on the capital of the “Els Ports” region, where Bronze Age Neolithic remains have also...
  • Xilxes
    The wealth of the landscape that the orange trees confer onit and the beauty and variety of the fauna of a marsh are the limits of the town of Chilches, a typical town on the Mediterranean coast, where the warmth of the climate leads to the...

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