Castellon de la Plana

Castellon de la Plana

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About Castellon de la Plana

Capital of the eastern Valencia region of Spain, Castellon de la Plana’s sleepy city streets hide many treasures for the discerning tourist. If you’re hunting for a holiday off the beaten track, away from the hustle and bustle of Barcelona or Madrid but still bursting with unique Spanish charm, there is nowhere better than Castellon de la Plana. It’s great for families too with loads of local attractions including nearby beaches, escape rooms and hot springs.

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While you’re unlikely to find many big-name chains around Castellon de la Plana there are a lot of smaller hotels to suit any traveller’s budget. Those looking for a luxury experience should make bookings at the Tryp Castellon Centre or NH Castellon Mindoro which both specialise into modern accommodation. However, if you’re on a tighter budget, then there’s plenty of hotels that boast comfortable rooms at a reasonable price including the Dona Lola and the Hotel Rostits.

Like most major western European cities, there’s plenty of places to shop in Castellon de la Plana. If you’re looking for a traditional shopping mall the best place to start is the Salera Centro Commercial shopping centre which offers an incredible range of both local and global brands. Those who want something a little more local can find the Market of Monday in the city centre at the start of each week with over 650 stalls selling local produce as well as potential souvenirs.

Castellon de la Plana has few signature dishes that are unique to the city, however, the restaurants and chefs specialise in the food and drink of the entire Valencia region. Visiting adults should take the opportunity to try fresh sangria as the Valencia region is the birthplace of Spain’s signature drink. Those looking for something a little adventurous can find spicy paellas made with the region’s unique type of rice. Alternatively, if you’d rather a slightly sweeter dish you can look out for banana-flavoured Turron which is an almond sweet made in Valencia.

As a deeply religious Spanish city, Castellon de la Plana’s biggest festivals are the feast days of the city’s patron saints. While these are deeply religious ceremonies, there’s plenty for tourists to get involved with:

Festivities of Mary Magdalene

Celebrated during lent, the Festivities of Mary Magdalene sees the city take a brief departure from their pre-Easter fasting to enjoy brightly coloured doughnuts, dancing in the streets and singing. If you’re planning a trip early in the year this is a great day to base your visit around.

Bonfires of Saint John

The bonfires of Saint John are lit every year around the summer solstice across Spain to mark a massive celebration across the country. If you’re visiting during in the summer months you can expect to see fireworks, food stalls and parties across the city.

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Language:Spanish
Currency:Euro
Time zone:GMT +2
Flight time:2 hours 35 minutes
Airport code:CDT
Holiday type:City Break

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