The province of Castellón sits on Spain’s east coast within the Community of Valencia situation on the Mediterranean Sea known as the Costa del Azahar. The provincial capital of Castelló de la Plana (also called Castellón) and Villarreal are its industrial hubs known for tile production. Historic beach towns of Benicarló, Benicàssim, and Peñíscola are popular tourist destinations.


Administrative: Province in the Valencian Community
Provincial Capital: Castelló de la Plana (also called Castellón)
Languages: Spanish and Valencian Catalan (Valenciano)
Currency: Euro €
Airport: Valencia (Manises) Airport VLC for international travel; Castellón-Costa Azahar Airport CDT for local travel
Train Stations: Regional trains from Valencia serve Estació Vila-real, Castelló de la Plana, Benicàssim, and Benicarló-Peníscola

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A Gothic Treasure: The Valencia Silk Exchange, La Lonja de la Seda

Light streams between a forest of spiral stone columns. Each support twists upward, branching into a delicate web of ribbed groin vaults overhead. This airy—seemingly weightless—volume exalts Valencia’s commercial hub, unique to its time. The History of This Temple of Trade When Pere Compte (renowned master builder from Girona) began construction of this trade center…