How to discover the coast of Castellon in 48 hours

There’s no denying that one of Spain’s most beautiful areas is all along the coast of Castellon. If you ever have the chance to visit or explore there, you absolutely need to. In fact, if you have 48 hours to spend in that area, you might be able to discover some of the best beauty that the coast of Castellón has to offer!

Castellon

Being able to explore new areas and countries is amazing. It’s so much fun to see how the landscape is different and how everything truly does look unique. From one country to the next, you might see things that you never thought possible. And this is certainly true about the coast of Castellón. From the Ebro’s mouth to the entire Costa Azahar, your time spent in Spain is going to show you some amazing sites that you never could fully imagine without being able to be there and take in all the beauty.

But what if your time there is short and you only have 48 hours to visit? Don’t fret – here are some simple tips on discovering the coast of Castellón in 48 hours.

How to discover the coast of Castellón in 48 hours

Discover the Coast of Castellon

Exploring is so much fun and these simple tips will help!

Make a plan for all the areas that you want to see

While it’s fun to just happenstance on a place and check it out, you really don’t have the luxury when you’re visiting for a short amount of time. Before arriving, you need to plan out all the areas that you want to visit. And once you have that plan formed, you then need to take a look at the map and make certain that you’re able to visit them all logically as well. If you can find a path that saves you time, that’s the one that you need to take!

Rent a car right when you book your trip

Rental Car

You never know when there’s going to be a surge of car rentals, and you’re left without one. From the moment you book your trip, get online with MalcoRentACar and get your car booked and secured. Not only is it super fast and affordable, but it’s crazy easy to do so as well.

You can book a car or something bigger, depending on your needs. And while going around on guided tours with others can be quite fun, there’s also something to be said about having your own car, your own transportation, and the open road to see and explore as you choose.

Stay on schedule

Photography

To be able to see it all, this is probably the most important. It’s also probably the hardest part of the trip as well. There will be places that you’ll see along the way that you could probably stop and stare at for the entire day, but if you want to see as much as you can within 48 hours, you can’t do this.

Instead, you have to look, put it in your memory bank, take a few pictures and move on. You can always book a return trip to the area for another time when you might be able to see more and spend a few more days!

As you can see, seeing the sights of Spain can happen within a 48 hour time period if you stay on track, book your rental car ahead of time, and stay focused. And while you might feel as though it’s just not enough time to see it all, once you do it and look back, you’re going to realize that it was worth every second!

16 Comments

  • Talya Stone

    November 29 at 2:42 pm

    I think 48 hours visits can really work but you’re right you need to have a schedule and stick to it. This looks like a lovely place to explore.

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:34 pm

      Yes, you need to think it out well in advance.

  • MELANIE EDJOURIAN

    November 29 at 4:28 pm

    I think planning is key when you are limited for time. We always book cars when we book trips or at least long before we go. It helps avoid having problems when you get there.

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:34 pm

      Yes, providing you are comfortable driving abroad it makes life easier.

  • Claire

    November 29 at 7:13 pm

    It’s amazing how much you can achieve in a small amount of time but it is definitely all down to the planning x

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:35 pm

      It can mean the difference between a good holiday and a great holiday x

  • Tracey Kifford

    November 30 at 12:33 am

    Whereabouts in Spain is this? It’s not somewhere I’ve heard if before, but looks lovely?

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:32 pm

      In the Valencian community 🙂

  • Kara Guppy

    November 30 at 9:29 am

    This is not somewhere I have heard of but now I need to visit. It looks beautiful

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:30 pm

      I shall look forward to seeing your visit to Castellon . . .

  • Laura’s Lovely Blog

    November 30 at 3:41 pm

    Some great ideas here, I definitely think renting a car is ta great idea when you’re short on time as you can travel and see things at your own place. Spain is such a gorgeous country.

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:28 pm

      It means you aren’t tied to timetables and makes it so much easier.

  • Rebecca Smith

    November 30 at 7:53 pm

    You really can see so much in such a short space of time if you have a plan. Castellon sounds and looks absolutely wonderful.

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:27 pm

      Another one to add to the list.

  • Jenni

    December 2 at 7:53 am

    You can see so much of a place if you plan in advance. We’ve never done Spain before, but we’ve had 48 hrs in Copenhagen, in Linlithgow, and in Edinburgh (while we weren’t already living there) and squeezed so much in.

    1. Sabina Green

      December 3 at 11:26 pm

      It’s surprising how much you can fit in when you try.

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