Ibiza – Fuera de temporada #español

 Mucha gente tiene el concepto equivocado de la isla de Ibiza; prensa y televisión se empeñan en mostrar la cara más pervertida provocando así una gran oleada de opiniones erróneas sobre uno de los lugares más paradisíacos del mar Mediterráneo. Reality shows como “Ibiza Weekenders” o “Geordie Shore” ,entre otros, son auténticos destructores de la auténtica esencia de Ibiza, promoviendo un turismo dañino (eso sí, muy rentable) para la isla. Es fácil encontrar opiniones similares sobre la isla; Ibiza es, para muchos, simplemente fiesta, drogas, alcohol y sexo. Por supuesto, en Ibiza hay fiesta, porque hay música y muy buena, por cierto; no nos olvidemos que los mejores productores de música electrónica del mundo, así como artistas reconocidos se encargan de hacer de Ibiza la capital mundial de la música durante los meses de verano, pero lamentablemente, de ello no se hacen eco ni la prensa ni tampoco la televisión, una lástima. Sólo se muestra la cara más morbosa, conflictiva y delictiva de la fiesta, olvidándose de todos aquellos músicos y artistas que forman parte de la cultura musical de la isla y se acercan cada temporada en busca de una oportunidad, y lo más importante, el ser escuchados. ¿Has salido de fiesta?, me preguntan cada vez que visito Ibiza; ¡Pues no! ¡No salí! No siempre necesito salir de fiesta en Ibiza, ¡Gracias!
Ibiza Night Scene

Ibiza Night Scene –  Fotografía: Pablo Dass       http://pablodassphoto.format.com/work

Fuera de temporada, y lejos de la fiesta, existe otra Ibiza; quizás menos conocida. Pero claro, esta cara no interesa mostrarla, sobretodo a los medios de comunicación. No hay “postureo”, ni tampoco famosos; los clubs más importantes de la isla están cerrados y la existencia del “guiri europeo” borracho es mínima. La perversión y la lujuria que tanto gusta proyectar no existe; las drogas, tampoco. Parece que no hay nada interesante que contar sobre Ibiza fuera de temporada, pero están equivocados, sí que lo hay. Es una Ibiza mágica, dónde la naturaleza nos enseña una de sus mejores creaciones. Se respira pureza en cada rincón y el  “flow” que fluye en la isla marca el ritmo del día (y no los clubs). Déjate despertar cada mañana con el canto dulce de los pájaros  y disfruta de una auténtica sesión de spa natural en cualquiera de las calas de Ibiza, dónde los tonos turquesas son capaces de seducir tu retina. Respira, hondo, y siente el olor a pino mientras visitas lugares recónditos, esos dónde la energía forma parte de la atmósfera. Deja que texturas, sabores y olores inunden tus sentidos mientras degustas deliciosos platos locales. Permítete embelesarte con puestas de sol únicas y abre tus brazos para sentir mejor la auténtica esencia de Ibiza.

Déjate despertar cada mañana con el canto dulce de los pájaros

Fotografía: Pack Your Bag

IBIZA

Fuera de Temporada

La gran variedad de colores, aromas, sabores, esencias, texturas y sensaciones que fluyen en la isla de Ibiza durante los meses primaverales y otoñales (fuera de temporada), es infinita. Todo es más bello en Ibiza cuando no es verano.

El aroma a pino se hace presente en cada rincón de la isla, gracias a las lluvias características de estas épocas del año. El campo, verde, invita a perderse entre los pinos, almendros, olivos, viñedos y algarrobos y descubrir así la parte más rural de la isla, y no menos interesante, que ya está empezando a posicionarse seriamente como una alternativa más de turismo en Ibiza. A esta nueva tendencia se le llama Agroturismo, ofrece la oportunidad de explorar un lado menos conocido de la cultura ibicenca, dónde el buen servicio, la gastronomía y la naturaleza juegan un papel fundamental para su éxito. Estos complejos rurales suelen ser antiguas “casas payesas” (casa de campo ibicenca) reformadas, situadas en entornos muy discretos, rodeados de naturaleza y con un servicio excelente y muy profesional. La estancia durante la temporada de verano en estos complejos rurales pueden llegar a ser muy cotizada, llegándose a pagar 500€ por habitación/noche. Fuera de temporada, puedes encontrar “chollazos” dónde el precio podría bajar hasta 90€/ noche. ¿Vale la pena venir fuera de temporada? ¡Sí! El enclave es precioso, el servicio es excepcional, la comida muy sabrosa y la experiencia única; y recuerda, pagando mucho menos de lo que pagarías en temporada alta.

Agroturismo Sa Talaia – Fotografía: Pack Your Bag

La vida es más fácil cuándo estás rodeado de belleza

El excesivo turismo durante la temporada estival en Ibiza convierte las calas de la isla en auténticos parques acuáticos. Cientos de personas “pelean” cada mañana para hacerse un hueco en la arena, que junto a los yates (sí, esos yates de mega ricos que se gastan 80.000€ en una botella de champán en el Lío o Pacha), ensucian las aguas cristalinas de cada una de las calas de la isla. Fuera de temporada, las calas de Ibiza muestra una pureza excepcional; la transparencia y claridad de las aguas así como la amplia gama de turquesas proyectan una imagen totalmente paradisíaca. Sólo tendrás ganas de sumergirte entre ellas, desafiando así las aún aguas gélidas. Todo es tranquilidad alrededor, sabes que será fácil aparcar y sobretodo, no tendrás que preocuparte en buscar un hueco en la arena. Con el simple gesto de ponerte unas gafas de bucear, tendrás suficiente para admirar la riqueza de la flora y fauna marina de Ibiza, dónde peces, algas y formaciones rocosas seducirán tus sentidos.

Cala Salada – Fotografía: Pack Your Bag

Cierto es que la buena gastronomía abunda en la isla tanto en temporada como fuera de ella. Los precios incluso no varían. La calidad de la materia prima en la cocina ibicenca hace que el comer sea una experiencia muy sabrosa para tu paladar.  El marisco y los platos de pescado, son, junto con los arroces, los platos más degustados por los visitantes de la isla; pero Ibiza también se caracteriza por ser un destino “veggie-friendly”; la comida orgánica juega un papel muy importante en la gastronomía de la isla y ya son muchos los restaurantes que ofrecen alternativas más saludables, con platos vegetarianos y veganos, aclamando así a un turismo que parece aún está por explotar. Durante la temporada, puede llegar a ser frustrante el hecho de no encontrar un sitio en algunos de esos restaurantes dónde sabes que vas a comer bien, pero fuera de ella, no es así.  Parece que la gastronomía de Ibiza fuera de temporada llega a ser incluso más exquisita, parece que todo está cocinado sin tiempos, no hay prisa en servir, no hay prisa en comer. No sientes la presión de tener que abandonar la mesa justo después de tomarte la copa de hierbas ibicencas que te ofrecen como detalle una vez pagas la cuenta. El “flow” de la isla, como ya he dicho, es quien marca el ritmo.

Ensalada & smoothies – Fotohgrafía: Pack Your Bag

Lugares recónditos abundan en la isla blanca, perfectos de visitar en esos días dónde el sol no brilla en las aguas del Mar Mediterráneo. Espectaculares senderos a través de enormes acantilados conducen a solitarias calas de difícil acceso, de aguas cristalinas y paisajes de vértigo. Descubre discotecas abandonadas de los años 70 entre frondosos bosques de pino mediterráneo, dónde la naturaleza se ha encargado de hacer de ellas un elemento más del entorno. Pasea a lo largo de la costa visitando las 7 torres vigías que protegían la isla de Ibiza de piratas y tropas militares,  piérdete entre los cientos de caminos de tierra que encontrarás en el interior de la isla o déjate embelesar con el poder magnético de la Isla de Es Vedra, conocida también como “La Roca”. Visita Atlantis, un lugar mágico gracias a sus formaciones rocosas formadas por la mano del hombre y lugar de culto de los hippies cuando se asentaron en la isla en los años 60. Muchos de estos lugares suelen estar visitados durante la temporada; al final todo se sabe, y la gente, atraída por la curiosidad, se desplaza hasta ellos. Sin embargo, fuera de temporada, sueles encontrarte sólo en estos lugares, pudiendo así conectar mejor con la naturaleza y sentir mejor la energía y la magia de la isla de Ibiza.

Discoteca abandonada en Ibiza – Fotografía: Pablo Dass

No necesitas tener los “clubs” más importantes de la isla abiertos para poder escuchar buena música. Artistas anónimos provenientes de todo el mundo se encargarán de deleitarte con la mejor música mientras disfrutas de la brisa mediterránea en alguna de las “beach terraces” que encontrarás a lo largo de la costa o como el caso de Pablo Dass, productor musical del sello discográfico The Look y Dj, que se encargará de amenizar las tardes en la piscina del Ebano Select Apartments & Spa.

Actuación de The Look (Pablo Dass music producer) – Fotografía y edición: Pack Your Bag y Pablo Dass

Lo único que de verdad tiene una magia especial en Ibiza, tanto en temporada como fuera de ella, son las preciosas puestas de sol. Puedes disfrutarlas sólo, compañía o con cientos de personas; con música, o sin ella. Desde la mística puesta de sol en el mirador de Es Vedra, junto a cientos de personas en Cafe de Mambo o bailando al ritmo de los tambores en Cala Benirrás los domingos. Todas tienen algo especial y algo que decirte sobre la magia de la isla.

Puesta de sol en mirador de Es Vedra – Fotografía: Pack Your Bag

Quiero pensar que un día, tanto la televisión como la prensa, dejarán de proyectar esa imagen tan equívoca de Ibiza y pararán de destruir la esencia de uno de los lugares más mágicos del planeta, dónde la energía y el misticismo atrapan a aquel que no se deja llevar por la perversión.

3 hidden places in Ibiza with “On Ibiza Clouds”

Ibiza is one of those places which I don´t mind to go often. It has the ability to supernaturally force me to visit it at least twice a year; maybe its magic atmosphere, its music, its people or its beauty…all what involve this island attract me so hard. The past month on July I had the chance of discovering new hidden and unknown places thanks my blogger friend Natalia; her blog On Ibiza Clouds is one of the most popular of Ibiza which feature interesting fashion articles as well as fantastic videos of the best spots in the white island. If you want to know more about On Ibiza Clouds and Ibiza please feel free to check her blog. You will also find her article about my visit by clicking next link http://www.onibizaclouds.com/time-and-space-ibiza-open-air-monumental-work/

My friend Natalia from On Ibiza Clouds and I during the tour guide

My friend Natalia from On Ibiza Clouds and I during the tour guide

Natalia and I spent the morning visiting 3 different and hidden places in Ibiza, she was really good as a tour guide and despiste the awful heat I was able to enjoy the tour as well as all related comments that she made during our time together. Join us and discover those 3 hidden Ibiza´s spots which you don´t usually find at any guidebook.

1.- Sant Agusti

Sant Agusti

Sant Agusti

Ibiza´s architectural style - all in white

Ibiza´s architectural style – all in white

This small and charming village is situated on the top of a hill between Sant Antoni Bay and Sant Josep. The views over the countryside are fantastic which is fully filled of almond trees, despite the coast is a bit far, you can also enjoy views over the sea. Ibiza is known as “The White Island” due to the colour of the houses and Sant Agusti is probably one of the best examples of this local architecture. When you visit this village it seems like the time has not passed by, tough there is still place for local restaurants and B&Bs which make Sant Agusti more alive within its rural atmosphere.

2.- “Time & Space” Sculpture

Time & Space Sculpture

Time & Space Sculpture

Natalia and I in the middle of the sculpture.

Natalia and I in the middle of the sculpture.

This open air sculpture which has a similar appearance to Stonehenge is situated in the southwest coast of Ibiza. Its named is “Time and Space” and was designed by the famous Australian artist Andrew Rogers and financially funded by the Canadian millionaire Guy Laliberte (owner and founder or the Cirque du Soleil which has his enormous villa in Ibiza just in front of the sculpture). Formed by 13 pillars of basalt in a 24 meters of diameter this sculpture is inspired in the island of Es Vedra,  it represents the movement of the planets around the sun and its lined up with the winter solstice sunset. if you want to know more about it, have a look to my Ibiza blogger friend’s article by clicking in the following link http://www.onibizaclouds.com/time-and-space-ibiza-open-air-monumental-work/

3.- Cala Llentia

View of Cala Llentia from the top of the cliff

View of Cala Llentia from the top of the cliff

Natalia and I enjoying the views from the top of the cliff

Natalia and I enjoying the views from the top of the cliff

 

Cala Llentia is known to a few locals as a place to escape the madness that takes over the island during the high season. If you are looking for a place to lay down and enjoy the tranquillity, this is absolutely one of the best spots for that, although tricky access will put you on in a risky and funny adventure. The turquoise and clear water (which you can see from the top of the cliff) invites you to take the risk of climbing down the cliff. Give a try and visit this hidden beach, but you need to find the way to get there; for that reason I recommend you to contact Natalia; she will give you further information about it, click the following link and contact her On Ibiza Clouds

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5 of 15 reasons why you should visit Castellon #part3

Summer has already arrived (unless that you live in England), perhaps we all are very exited about our summer holiday. In my case, Castellón is one of the stops of my summer holidays and I´m pretty exited of going back to my hometown. Now, only few days afr my trip to Castellón I would like to share with you the third and last part of why you should visit Castellón. We talked in the past articles about the always guaranted sunny weather, a place where Games of Thrones filmed part of the 6th season, the new airport, the mountains, the beautiful beaches… we offered you up to 10 reasons to visit Castellón this summer. Now, the last 5 reasons which I expext they will convince you to visit Castellon.

11.- Columbretes Islands – The most remote living place of Spain

Columbertes Islands - Photography castellonturismo.com

Columbertes Islands – Photography castellonturismo.com

 
what a colour

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 Columbretes Islands are a small insular place that rise out of the water and situated 60 km far away from the Orange Blossom Coast (Castellón Coast). Seven islands of volcanic origin emerge from the sea and thanks to the transparency of the water you can see the animals that live there with no fear of man. There is a catamaran departing from El Grau de Castellón every sunday which goes to the islands. The price is 50€/ persona and also includes a tour at Grossa Island (biggest). After the tour you will have still few hours to live an exceptional scuba diving experiencea and see a large variety of sea plantes and fish. More info click the following link Columbretes Info

12.-  Festivals – Castellon, land of festivals

If you are a festival lover Castellón is absolutely your place as few of the most popular international festivals as the FIB, Rototom or Arenal Sound take palce during the summer season. Perhaps, small music festivals (either electronic music or jazz or classic music) also happen through the province, both in the coast towns and the highlands. Click the links below to find out the line up of the three most important festivals happening in Castellon. Ans remember there are direct flights from London and Bristol to Castellon. Don´t miss one of the best european festivals

FIB Festival Internacional Benicassim – Line up 2016

Arenal Sound – Line up 2016

Rototom – Line up 2016

FIB Festival - Photography of fiberfib.com

FIB Festival – Photography of fiberfib.com


13- Fanzara, an international street art reference

This small village with only 323 inhabitants has become the Spain’s art street capital. International graffiti artists have shaped the streets and the houses with full of graffiti and murals. The festival takes place a weekend of July where both artists and local people meet together to change hospitality for art. Today is an international street art reference place and the number of visitors is growing impressively due to the quality of the graffiti. Don’t miss Fanzara during your trip at Castellón.

Street art in Fanzara

Street art in Fanzara – Photography Pack Your Bag


14 – Food – fresh and organic cuisine 

The versatility of Castellon makes you explore a huge wide range of delicious dishes and tastes. Also, the countryside is fullyfilled of orange trees, olives trees and almonds trees which play an important role within the Castellon’s cuisine. Let’s do not forget our fresh and tasty veggies, basically our most important ingredients which always escort all dishes of the Mediterranean’s gastronomy. Along the coast the cuisine is based on fish, seafood and salads.; also rice dishes such a “paella”, “arros caldos” or “lobster rice”. In the other hand, up to the highlands, all dishes are based on meat, either beef or pork or lamb or hunting meat (deer & wild boar). Don’t forget to taste the wide variety of cheeses as well as dry meat (sausages, chorizo, beef ham or bull ham). Come to Castellon and enjoy our miscellaneous cuisine, full of tastes and textures.

Salad & smoothies - photography of Pack Your Bag

Salad & smoothies – photography of Pack Your Bag

15 – The lovely local people

Lovely and charming people will give you a nice welcome throughout the province of Castellon. Whether visiting local shops or eating in restaurants or doing one of the daily guided tours is always a nice way to interact with local people and therefore contributing for the local economy growth. Visit Castellon and let yourself dive into this Spanish Mediterranean unknown place.

People from Castellon will give you a great welcome - Photography of turismodecastellon.com

People from Castellon will give you a great welcome – Photography of turismodecastellon.com


 

 

 

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

5 of 15 reasons why you should visit Castellon #part1

castellon turismo playa del serradal

Castellón is probably one of those hundred unknown places along the Mediterranean coast which you might also fall in love with it. The reason why this beautiful Spanish province is less known than other is actually due to its slow growing tourism industry against other popular places like Alicante, Valencia, Salou or Barcelona when the “tourist boom” arose in Spain in the 60’s years. This province is situated exactly between those popular places and people usually passed through Castellon, but never stopped. Now those popular places are getting obsolete and Castellón is getting more popular. It seems like the tourism industry is pushing the wheel to different direction, making Castellon a trending topic for both Spanish and foreign travellers. Finally people have realised how much beauty Castellon is and how many things you can do.

Castellón is situated between Barcelona and Valencia. Its coast is named “The Blossom Orange Coast” and you can beach hop all the way along 110km of coast; your perfect summer holiday might come true here as Castellón has all you need. But Castellón is not only beach and sun, in that hundred of mountains, small villages, thousand of activities and charming people are waiting you for your entertainment throughout this stunning and unknown place.

Pack Your Bag is going to give you 15 reasons of why Castellón is the best place for your summer holidays this 2016. Considering the huge amount of reasons as well as the useful information of the article, Pack Your Bag is going to divide it in three different sections to make a better feature article.

Castellón (Spain), why I should spend my summer holiday in Castellón next summer?

1.- The weather

Castellón offers more than 310 sunny days throughout the year (wow 😱). Yes, you have read perfectly. The Orange Blossom Coast is probably one of the sunniest places in Spain. It seems like it has its own micro-climate. The rain (wet) season usually is only a week, whether in spring or autumn; therefore Castellón is a perfect place for your holidays as the sun is guaranteed all year long.

More than 310 sunny days in Castellón

More than 310 sunny days in Castellón – Photography of Pack Your Bag

2.- The beaches

Castellón has 78 beaches along its 110km of coast, that means you will find a beach every 1.41km. From rocky, rough & hidden creeks to white, long & sandy beaches Castellón offers to the visitor a wide range of options for your beachy time. The water is clean and clear and 32 beaches are awarded with blue flag (indication of a high environmental and quality standards). More information and pictures about Castellón’s beaches, click here

Oropesa del Mar Beach

Oropesa del Mar Beach – Photography of Oropesa del Mar Council

3.- Castellón de la Plana

This alive and vibrant city is the capital of the Province where tradition and modernity combine perfectly in harmony. Why being lost in Castellón de la Plana can be an amazing experience? Dozen of Mediterranean fragrances hit your face when you gallivant through its streets and thousand of oranges trees dress the city. The pedestrian city centre offers to the visitor the option to interact with the charming local people and shopping at any of the local shops. Perhaps, you shouldn’t miss the colourful central market and try all the tasty local food.  A walk into the old fisher quarter El Grau de Castellón (which is 4 km far from the city) brings to you the pure essence of a traditional Mediterranean village,  furthermore you will find one of the best beaches of Spain, with more than 14 km long, woow!!

Major Square - Photography of Comunitat Valenciana Tourism Website

Major Square – Photography of Comunitat Valenciana Tourism Website

4.- Peñíscola.

Peñíscola is a beautiful little town, lively & full of character and also a very popular holiday spot amongst Spanish and foreing tourists throughout the year. There is a castle, called The Moon Pope Castle which is a very popular attraction nowadays. The castle is part of the tale. It sits on a rock about 64 metres above the sea, a rock which is joined to the mainland by only a narrow strip of land. Due to its strategic location, was wanted and taken by all sorts of invaders in the past: the Greeks, the Romans, Arabs and Christians. The Knights Templar built the castle on the remains between 1294 and 1307. Later, in the 15th century, Pope Benedict XIII (Moon Pope)moved in for 6 years until he died. Popular films like El Cid or famous series like Game of Thrones have filmed in this particular place. Peñíscola is cosidered the most beautiful village in Spain according different survey researches. Come to Castellón and visit Peñíscola.

Peñíscola - Photography of Drones Filmers

Peñíscola – Photography of Drones Filmers

5.- The airport

The new Castellón Airport was opened last September 2015. For now Ryanair is the only airline which operates in the airport, connecting Castellón with Bristol and London. The flight from London to Castelón operates 3 times a week, on Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturdays along the year. Otherwise the flight from Bristol only operates during the summer season, from April to October and twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays. A new flight connection between Bucarest and Castellón with Blue Air will start from June and you can already buy your tickets in the website. This new airport is a signal that Castellón is getting popular, the numbers of the passengers flying “from” “to” Castellón confirm this growing and this airport has already passed in front of many Spanish airports. 

Castellón Airport - Photography of Diputación de Castellón

Castellón Airport – Photography of Diputación de Castellón

 

These are only five reasons of why Castellón is the best place for your summer holiday. Castellón offers to the visitors hundreds of options for their entertainment and Pack Your Bag wants to make people know the beauty of this place as well as to promote Castellón as a popular travel destination.

I will write more about Castellón in future articles whereby will give you more reasons of why Castellón is the best place for your summer holiday this 2016.

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