Castellon is one of Spains' lesser known regions, situated between Barcelona and Valencia. Orange groves cover most of the coastal plains. Inland Castellon is mountainous. The Capital, Castellon de la Plana, is home to a large porcelain, ceramics and floortile industry. Fishing is also very important to the region and a fabulous selection of fish and seafood is landed in El Grao de Castellon, Castellons' port. This makes it a great place to eat out.

Castellon is host to the F.I.B. Benicasim International Music Festival, Benicasim only 20 mins from The Bike Inn.

Castellon has atractive beaches, like Alcossebre or the beach towns on the Costa Azahar coast, like Benicarlo, Peñiscola or Vinaros

Golf Bernhart Langers' San Jordi panoramica Golf course, San Jordi, Castellon is just 5 km. north of The Bike Inn, Calig. 

Morella. This mountain top city is well worth going up to visit.

Exploring Castellon The inland Maestrazgo Mountains and the Serra de Irta Natural Park are well worth getting to know. The Bike Inn guided Mountain Bike singletrack excursions let you experience a different, authentic and natural Spain. From The Bike Inn in the village of Calig to San Mateo. We stop first in the hilltop village of Cervera de Maestre to visit the castle which has been recently restored. Panoramic views as far north as the Ebro delta. A quick Refreshment stop and pick up the trail to San Mateo. Once the wool trading centre for a vast inland sheep farming area covering much of eastern Spain, San Mateo is now a quiet town. Grand and historic architecture including a tiny jail, open to the public! There are some great places for lunch. We cycle tour around the historic sites then follow the trail, a shepherd path south, cross-country, to the Valtorta cave paintings. These 4000 year old hunting scenes painted on dramatic cliff overhangs are near the village of Tirig. Challenging MTB terrain, impressive views of the Maestrazgo hills. We head inland to Cati, famous for its sheeps cheese and honey.