In Castellón everything is nearby. Orchards are still very close to the city. The city, which is the capital of the Plana Alta district, still retains its peaceful, kindly nature. The city, which has about 180,000 inhabitants, has three main areas: the central historic area, the new modern areas, and next to the sea, the Grao or port.
The climate is usually excellent, which is always an advantage.
In the centre of Castellón, its completely Mediterranean cultural and commercial life make for a joyful, lively city.
The historic centre, where the shape of the Roman camp can still be discerned, is where the main monuments are located. This original core was based on the old Arab farms after the charter of foundation granted by King James I in the 13th century. Culture and leisure facilities have been created in the peripheral areas. Between the historic centre and the sea lies the Grao district, where all sea-related activities are located.
The city of Castellón can only be understood if its inhabitants’ modern and international mindset is taken into account. There is, and always has been, a continuous desire to be up to date – of being always open to visitors. And this is what it offers, together with a wide range of options: sea, orchards, monuments, culture, mountains, festivals…
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|Total Number of Hotels:||11|
|Total Number of Rooms:||1069|
|Total Number of Beds:||2104|
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