Castellón is, despite being coastal, the second most mountainous province in Spain. The attractiveness of the Castellón inland lands are worth a visit on horseback and there are numerous attractive equestrian routes. The climate of the area varies according to the altitude, becoming more robust towards the high areas of the interior, it is in general a dry and pleasant environment that is accompanied by splendid vegetation and trees where you can breathe fresh air and enjoy nature.
In the northern part of the province is the Els Ports region, whose capital is Morella, endowed with innumerable monuments, witnesses of its intense and important historical activity.
The Maestrazgo, whose capital is Sant Mateu, a city of notable monumentality, extends to the Penyagolosa massif, watchdog of this region where we can combine the equestrian route with visits to its spas. The regions of Plana Alta and Plana Baixa have inland municipalities such as Vilafamés, Vila-real, or Onda a long history and an artistic heritage worthy of a detailed visit.
Adjacent to this region is that of l’Alcalatén with interesting municipalities such as l’Alcora, home of the Ceramic Museum that gathers the extensive tradition of the place, both from the Real Fábrica del Conde de Aranda (18th and 19th centuries) and contemporary ceramics o Lucena, a place with excellent fountains highly appreciated by vacationers.
Already in the Alto Mijares region, the pleasant landscapes of Cirat, its capital, open the doors to Montanejos, the cradle of tourism in this region where, after the route, we can take a bath in the crystalline waters of the Mijares river are suitable for bathroom..