Cheap Hotels in Benicassim
The TRINIMAR HOTEL, located right on the beach, is perfect for a holiday next to the sea and practising water sports. Of particular note are the panoramic views of the promenade, of the garden and of the swimming pool. It's 170 rooms offer customers a functional and pleasant environment. Customers can park their car the external car park. Facilities include Air Conditioning.
The Hotel Tramontan is a family hotel in a marvellous position near one of the best (Bandera Azul de los Mares Limpios de Europa y Q de Calidad Turística) Blue Flag beaches and Q for Tourist Quality of Benicassim. The town centre is a 10 minute’s walk away, where there are shops and the lesure zone of Benicassim. There is free WIFI throughout the installasions and a free car park for clients.
This hotel is located in Benicasim, directly on the Costa del Azahar. The fine-sand beach is some 300 m away. The town centre is just a few minutes' walk from the hotel. This beach hotel was renovated in 2002 and comprises a total of 70 rooms. Facilities on offer include a foyer with a reception area and a lift. The hotel also offers its guests a bar, a games room, Internet access, a laundry service and an air-conditioned restaurant. A playground is also to be found outside the hotel. Parking facilities are available for those arriving by car. The functional rooms come with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a king-size bed, a direct dial telephone, a fan, satellite TV, a hire safe, central heating and air conditioning. The hotel offers use of a freshwater swimming pool (fees apply) with a hot tub. Guests may also make use of the pool table. Breakfast may be selected from a buffet.
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Hotels in Benicassim
Benicàssim is a traditional Spanish beach resort located 13km north of the town of Castelló de la Plana, at the north of the Valencian Community. It is the site of the famous music Festival Internacional de Benicàssim and boasts 6km of sandy beaches, all with Blue Flag quality certification. With its warm blue waters and other accolades, it's easy to see why so many flock to Benicàssim hotels in this little locality of Costa Azahar.
The annual Festival Internacional de Benicàssim focuses mainly on pop, rock and electronica music artists, but also features short films, fashion shows and art. It has a strong reputation as being among the best on the international festival circuit and attracts over 50,000 people over four days in July.
Music is not the only reason for Benicàssim's popularity. The warm climate and clear sea makes it perfect for diving, swimming and sailing. The more adventurous may like to go hang gliding, paragliding or even skydiving.
Hikers and cyclists can find pretty and varied trails amongst the mountains surrounding Benicàssim, which are home to the Bartolo Peak. There are also other sports facilities in the area such as a golf course, beach volleyball and football fields. But those who are here for the sun may just want to spend time lazing on one of the five beautiful beaches for which the town is famed.
Places to visit
Of course, it's not all about sports and swimming, and there are some beautiful old buildings in the area to visit and learn about. 16th-century Torre de San Vicente (Saint Vincent's Tower) is one of 18 watch towers that were built along the coast of the Castellón province. The exterior is still in quite good condition, and it is set amidst pretty gardens and a leisure area, close to a great beach.
The Convento Viejo de los Padres Carmelitas (Old Monastery of the Carmelite Fathers) is nothing more than ruins now after being destroyed in an earthquake in 1783. It's a superb setting, surrounded by orange groves with remarkable views over the sea and the valley, which leads back down to Benicàssim. Visits are possible. However, it is necessary to contact the Carmelite Fathers beforehand.
Food and drink
Restaurant Pizzeria La Manduca in Benicàssim offers high-quality, well-priced Italian food served by English-speaking waiters within clean, ultra-modern surroundings. It has a large, varied multi-language menu with pasta, pizza, meat, fish and paella dishes.
The highly recommended Jotas la Pau serves up extra fine dining for a mere €12.50 a head. With dishes such as seafood soup and delicious warm bread, roasted quail with vegeSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs, chocolate tart and mascarpone cream with strawberry confit, you'll find it very difficult to be disappointed! The restaurant is spotlessly clean, the service attentive and the surroundings pleasant.
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