What to see in Castellón

Now that summer is coming, many people plan their vacations, many of them on the Spanish coast, so today I will tell you about Castellón de la Plana, a beautiful Mediterranean city that occupies 112 kilometers of coastline, which they call Orange blossom coast. It is a beautiful combination of sea and mountains, where is the impressive mountain range of the Desert de les Palmas. The main sector that works in Castellón is tourism, and that is that it has impressive beaches that each year attract the attention of thousands of tourists.

The best of Castellón is that you have many places to visit while you take a walk, and many of its streets are full of orange trees and open to the sea. In the old town you will find beautiful alleys and places like the Santa Clara Square or the Plaza Mayor. The most modern part of the city is perhaps Avenida Rey Don Jaime, which houses the most modern buildings and shops. The Ribalta Park It is also a very important area where you will find beautiful walks and where the inhabitants of Castellón spend part of their leisure time. One of the busiest places for people from Castellón is the Plaza de la Paz, next to the Teatro Principal.

A must see is also the Sant Miquel Palace, which is between the Lonja and the Plaza Mayor, the Town Hall and The Fadri, which is a spectacular 58-meter high bell tower, is the symbol of the city and is between the Cathedral and the Abbey House. Of its religious buildings, also very important, I would highlight the Co-Cathedral of Santa María de la Asunción and the Capuchinas Convent, which also houses works by Zurbarán and some sculptures from the 17th and 18th centuries. Of course there are also interesting museums in Castellón, such as the Fine Arts museum or the Fadrell Municipal Ethnological Museum.

WHAT TO DO IN CASTELLON: Castellón de la plana, Peñiscola, Morella, Benicassim, Valencia, Spain (February 2023)

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