On the east coast of Spain, this quiet Mediterranean city boasts more than 10 kilometres of beautiful beaches. Visitors should never leave without trying the rice dishes, the stars of its delicious cuisine.
We will start exploring Castellón in the Plaza Mayor. This square in the heart of the city is home to the most important monuments: the City Hall and the Lonja del Cáñamo, a Baroque building which is now a cultural centre. Right next door, we recommend you buy bread, tomatoes and olive oil in the Plaza Mayor Market to make yourself a tasty snack. Another must-see attraction in Castellón is the Gothic and Neo-Gothic Cathedral of Santa María. The bell tower popularly known as El Fadrí is the symbol of the city. El Graó in the port area is one of the most vibrant districts in Castellón, and the Ribalta Park its greenest and most peaceful area.
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