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Guess what? Castellón de la Plana is also named and spelled Castelló de la Plana - It is the same destination. Goodbye confusion.

Around one hundred seventy thousand people live in Castellón de la Plana (Castelló de la Plana), Valencian Community, Spain. The city is the capital of the province of Castellon and belongs to the Valencian Community. This autonomous community is situated by the Mediterranean Sea, which massively influences the climate, making the winter comparatively mild. The average daily maximum temperatures are around sixteen degrees Celsius. The summers are usually hot and dry, with temperatures of thirty degrees Celsius and higher. The coastal location of Castellón de la Plana helps to keep the weather pleasant and mild.

The city has two official languages; besides Spanish, Valencian is spoken. The history of the city dates back to the thirteenth century, when the settlement was founded. History and architecture lovers have to check out the Old Town, where interesting sights such as the cathedral and the bell tower are located. The Concatedral de Santa Maria is a gothic cathedral, originally built in the thirteenth century. Unfortunately, the building was destroyed by fire in the fourteenth century. In the twentieth century, the cathedral was destroyed once again due to the Spanish Civil War. Consequently, the present building is just another reconstruction.

El Fadrí is an octagonal bell tower right in the city centre, next to the church of Santa Maria la Mayor. The tower is approximately sixty metres high and represents the Spanish architecture of the late sixteenth century. The beautiful bell tower is listed as National Heritage. The origin of the town hall dates back to the eighteenth century. The appearance has undergone structural changes since then. The façade of the complex is separated into three different levels, and the building is particularly interesting for architecture lovers.

There are hotels, guesthouses, and holiday apartments here; your options for a Castellón de la Plana (Castelló de la Plana), Valencian Community, Spain hostel will be limited. Be smart and book your Castellón de la Plana (Castelló de la Plana), Valencian Community, Spain hostel ahead if you do not want to spend much money on your trip. Especially in the holiday period, a Castellón de la Plana (Castelló de la Plana), Valencian Community, Spain hostel can get booked out quickly. Most places offer free Wi-Fi.

Written by local enthusiast for Castellón de la Plana hostels

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