What to do?

Enjoy the unspoilt beauty and friendliness of Alcossebre

There is so much to do in the region classed as Castellon, it would take an age to note them all. We will list a few of the main ones and let you explore the rest! There is also a wealth of information on the local tourist information site.

The Sierra de Irta national park

This area of ​​7,743 hectares of land and 2,448 hectares of sea was declared a natural park by the Valencian government on July 16 , 2002 .

The park protects the mountain range that is located in the Bajo Maestrazgo region and the coastal area in front of it.The natural park is made up of two mountain ranges with a maximum altitude of 572 meters (the Campanilles peak) parallel to the coast and separated by the Estopet valley.Due to its proximity to the sea, its mountains descend abruptly, forming numerous cliffs, coves, cornices and marine reefs over 12 km. The most important cliff is that of Torre Badum