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Bioparc is one of the biggest animal parks in Europe and with a different concept from the traditional zoo. They have three fundamental concepts: respect for the environment and therefore sustainable facilities; an educational spirit and above all, the well-being of all animals, which made them to recreate the natural habitats of the different species, where the animals can enjoy a relative freedom.

Vertebrated by the old bed of the Turia River, it is a succession of spectacular buildings designed by Calatrava: the Principe Felipe Science Museum, the Oceanographic, with an interesting collection of marine fauna gathered in gigantic water tanks where conditions are recreated of the natural habitats of each species, and the Hemisfèric, which comes to fulfil the functions of Planetarium.

It is considered and catalogued as one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Important city in the history of Spain, built on a mountain and surrounded by a wall of more than two kilometres in length. Known for its excellent cuisine and craftwork.

It is located on the north coast of the province of Castellón de la Plana, in the region of Bajo Maestrazgo, and it is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. It is built on a peninsula on the shores of the Mediterranean, Peñíscola, is crowned by the castle built in the 13th century by the Knights Templar and was the seat of the Pope Luna, Benedict XII. Discover Peñíscola through its cobbled streets and breathe the history in each of its corners. You can also enjoy its complete commercial and leisure offer and all the complementary services that Peñíscola offers.

It is located in the northern part of the province of Castellón, in the heart of the Baix Maestrat region. Its origins go back to the Iberian period when it was known as "Thiar Julia" and has been occupied uninterrupted by Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians. Of great importance during the Middle Ages has witnessed important events, belonging successively to the Military Orders of the Hospital and Montesa with which it reached its maximum splendor. During the 18th and 19th centuries it was decisive in the War of Succession and the Carlist.

Vall d'Uixó has been inhabited since prehistoric times, as shown by the cave paintings found in the area. There are also vestiges of Iberian settlements and documented occupation of the population in the Roman, Visigoth and Muslim times. The palace of Vivel, the churches of the Holy Angel and of the Assumption, the aqueducts of San José and Alcudia are some of the attractions of this population. The Grottos of San José are a treasure of nature and inside it is the longest navigable underground river in Europe.

It is located in the northern part of the province of Castellón, in the heart of the Baix Maestrat region. Its origins go back to the Iberian period when it was known as "Thiar Julia" and has been occupied uninterrupted by Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians. Of great importance during the Middle Ages has witnessed important events, belonging successively to the Military Orders of the Hospital and Montesa with which it reached its maximum splendor. During the 18th and 19th centuries it was decisive in the War of Succession and the Carlist.