5 of 15 reasons why you should visit Castellon #part2

Sunset

Castellon, is it only sun and sand? No way… Castellon is more than that.

Castellon is know as the second province with more number of mountains in Spain. Yes, we have mountains, and pretty high if we think about the proximity of the coast. There are up to 8 natural parcs in the province of Castellon which some of them are situated in the highlands. The highlands (known as Maestrazgo) also hides history and heritage, where castles, medieval villages and nature meet together.

6.- Morella

Morella by the night - Photo from Morella Turistica Website

Morella by the night – Photo from Morella Turistica Website


Probably the most beautiful village through the highlands. Morella is a “must” during your holidays in Castellon. With the castle on the top of the rocky mountain, this walled medieval village will take you back in time to rewind the Middle Age. The local food is deliciously good and tasty where the hauting meat is the most demanded good as well as cheese and lots of tradictional pastries.

7.- Peñagolosa Mountain Natural Parc

Peñagolosa "The rocky giant"

Peñagolosa “The rocky giant”

Peñagolosa is the highest point through the wide of Valencia Region with 1813m above the sea level. If you’re looking for a hiking day, this is absolutely your option. You can climb up to the peak following a path, even though the last stage might be little bit difficult. The views over Castellon province are amazing, but in a clear day you might also see Valencia, Alicante or Teruel provinces as well as Ibiza Island. Give a try and climb Peñagolosa.

8.- Vilafames

Vilafames, The Red Village - Photo from Vilafames Council Website

Vilafames, The Red Village – Photo from Vilafames Council Website

This charming village situated in the mountains of Castellon is known as “The Red Village”. Its buildings as well as the castle have been built with red stone. A walk along its small quaint streets can be a great experience and local people will give you a warm welcome. Try one of its popular wines or pastries and climb up to the castle if you want to enjoy beautiful views over the mountains of Castellon.

9.- Sant Josep Cave – The Europe largest underground river

Sant Josep underground River - Photo from its official website

Sant Josep underground River – Photo from its official website

An underground river flows through the Sant Josep Caves, which enables you to enjoy an amazing natural phenomenon. It´s located in the natural setting of the same name, is a system of natural caves located in the town of Vall de Uxó. A small boat will make you discover the different rooms as well as living a great undergrund experience. Don´t miss it.

10.- Montanejos

Millars River in Montanejos - Photo from Montanejos Council Website

Millars River in Montanejos – Photo from Montanejos Council Website

Montanejos is a small town surrounded by mountains, giving it a completely unique location, as its thermal waters have made it become a spa town.
It’s located in the Western part of the Highlands. Hotels are spread throughout the city and there’s a huge spa that a multitude of people frequent through the year. A few meters from the center there are various places to go for a dip in the river. There’s a nice, lit path headed there from the center of town. The Fuente de los Banos is one of the most famous springs. The quality of the water emanated from the inside of the mountain is indicated at various points with a tempretaure of 40 degrees. Come to Montanejos and swin in our beautiful Millars River.

The third part of “5 of 15 reasons why you should visit Castellon” will be up to the blog soon, don´t miss it!

If you want to book your holidays in castellon, visit this website: http://www.castellonincoming.com

2 responses to “5 of 15 reasons why you should visit Castellon #part2

  1. Encantada de conocer tu blog como habitante de esta maravillosa provincia!!! 😛 Esperando la tercera parte para ver las últimas 5 razones, pero de momento coincido en todas. 🙂 Un beso!

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    • Muchas gracias Carmina, a ver si puedo dar a conocer Castellon aqui en Inglaterra y van a visitar nuestra provincia. Un saludo y gracias por leerlo ;))

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