• More than 10 km separate Castellon from Benicàssim: an unending beach known as Serradal beach to the north and Gurugú where it reaches the port.

    This beach of fine, golden sand is bordered by a pleasant promenade and has full facilities. An aerodrome offering flying or parachuting courses plus a golf course in a nearby district are just some possible activities.

    In addition to its bustling industrial activity thanks to the thriving tile trade, the port also houses the premises of a lively sailing club which organises major sailing regattas. A dinghy sailing school and a diving club, together with the modern Planetarium situated nearby, complete the leisure and sport facilities.

    The city itself with its rich heritage of monuments, churches and museums, provides a cultural outlook.


  • El Serradal Beach

    There are 1,100 metres of dune zone and 500 metres of beach. There is also an important microreserve for a species named chorlitejo patinegro, and abundant vegetation. Furthermore, the...

  • El Pinar Beach

    Its fine golden sand make it to be one of the most visited beaches in this area, but its extension and width allow it to have a quiet atmosphere. It has amphibian chairs and all...

  • 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...