70+ Healthcare centres
Public health and private hospitals, clinics and centres
Thermal springs, spas, thalassotherapy, and a large number of hotels with spas and treatment centres.
Culture and Historical Heritage
- Castellón boasts a unique cultural heritage due to its many contrasts. From Levantine cave art, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, to the most avant-garde works of the Espai d’Art Contemporani cultural centre.
- Castellón is passionate about its culture. The local festivals of the different towns are the most popular and heartfelt manifestation of its heritage. These centuries-old festivals with contemporary appeal and traditions have not only survived throught the ages, but also become stronger.
- The Mediterranean people celebrate their culture in the open air, among community, involving anyone who wants to know their secret.
- Museums, architecture and monuments.
- Festivals of international tourist interest: The Bull and Horse Droving (Segorbe); Magdalena Festivals (Castellón).
- There is a wide variety of celebrations of national, regional, provincial and local tourist interest.
International tourists visiting the Valencia Community
Pre-pandemic numbers have not yet been reached
International tourists visiting Castellón
Main countries of origin
France, the UK, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Nordic countries and Italy
Tourist orientation in the province of Castellón
Sun and beach tourism
120 km of coastline. Almost a hundred beaches and coves. Illes Columbretes Nature Reserve, Sierra de Irta Natural Park, and Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca Natural Park.
- Beaches: Peñíscola, Alcossebre, Oropesa, Benicàssim, Castelló, Borriana
- Peñíscola: the second most popular tourist town in the region, only surpassed by Benidorm.
- Hotel and apartment accommodation: 80,000
Music festival tourism
Three major international music festivals: FIB, Rototom Sunsplash in Benicàssim, and Arenal Sound in Borriana
Sports, active and nautical tourism
Hiking, mountain biking, climbing, canyoning, caving, Tyrolean traverse, water sports, diving, kayaking, cycle tourism, 4×4 routes, jet skiing, quad biking, horse riding, parachuting
Flavour route (“Ruta de Sabor”), Castelló wine route (IGP), Hotel and Catering Schools, Gasma Gastronomy and Management Training Centre, Castellón Tourism Centre (CdT), Michelin Star Restaurants
Castellón and Peñíscola Conference Centre
Thermal springs, spas, thalassotherapy, and a large number of hotels with spas and treatment centres
Cultural and heritage tourism
- Cultural Heritage Asset: 336
- World Heritage Caves and Coves: 102
- Festivals of Tourist Interest: 39
- Museums and museum collections: 76
4 golf courses