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VAN RENTAL in Castellón

Drive around Castellón with Furauto, we have the widest range of vans that will surely suit your needs.

We offer vehicles in Castellon from the following rental companies

Europcar Available in:
Benicarlo
Castellon de la Plana
Enterprise Mobility Available in:
Castellon de la Plana
Hertz Available in:
Castellon de la Plana
 
Search trend for vans in Castellon
price trend: 107%

We have detected a stability in searches for vans in this location.

Our recommendation Take your time to choose from our fleet of vehicles; current demand is normal.

Rental price trend for vans in Castellon
price trend: 100%

We have detected a stability in the rental prices of vans in Castellon.

Our recommendation It is a good time to book, avoid increases if you delay too much.

Reviews from clients in CASTELLON
Jose J. S. M.
Un servicio excelente y cumple al pie de la letra con lo anunciado.
RAMON P. R.
Todo perfecto
Agustin A.

Where to drop off and pick up your rental van in Castellón?

 

Conveniently pick up your rental van in Castellón de la Plana and return it in the same city or at any other Furauto location. Thanks to the One-Way system, you can travel the Spanish geography and leave your vehicle in the following municipalities of the Valencian Community:

  • Alicante Airport
  • Valencia Airport
  • Aldaia
  • Alicante
  • Benidorm
  • Massanassa
  • Valencia

Why visit Castellón?

Because in this province you will find sun and mountains, a privileged enclave for lovers of the sea, culture and adventure. Capital of the Costa del Azahar, it has kilometers of wonderful and wide beaches, like the ones you can find in Vinaroz, Benicarló, Peñíscola, Alcalá de Chivert, Torreblanca, Oropesa del Mar, Benicasim, Burriana, Nules or Castellón de la Plana.

The latter is also the capital of the province, a city with important religious buildings, such as the Co-cathedral of Santa María, the Hermitage of Santa María Magdalena, the Basilica of Nuestra Señora del Lledó or the Episcopal Palace. In this town also stands out El Fadrí, the Municipal Palace, the Hemp Exchange, the Post Office Building and the Old Casino.

The gastronomy of Castellón mixes Valencian and Catalan connotations, especially those influences coming from Tarragona. In addition to paella, it is worth mentioning the beans, cocas, ternasco, fish zarzuelas and its tasty fruits, without forgetting sweets such as pá-nolí, coca malfeta, arrop i tallaetes and cuallà.

Get to know the province of Castellón

You will need a rental van to travel around the geography of Castellón, since not only the coastal towns are worth visiting. Hire your vehicle with Furauto and do not miss anything, saving on gasoline and tolls.

Burriana

The CV-185 road connects the capital with Burriana in 20 minutes. In addition to its three beaches, in this town you can find the Basilica of El Salvador, the Ex-convent of La Merced, the Alquería de Carabona, the Tadeo Tower, the Orange Archive Museum and the Torre del Mar. Do not forget to stroll through its streets to contemplate its collection of modernist houses.

Morella

To get to this extraordinary town, you will have to drive your rental van along the CV-10 from the capital and then connect with the N-232. This town of 2,500 inhabitants is part of the Network of the Most Beautiful Villages of Spain and you can visit its Castle, the Medieval Walls, the Aqueduct of Santa Lucia, the Medieval Refrigerator, its Manor Houses and its extensive religious heritage. Here you will also find the prehistoric caves of Morella La Vella, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Oropesa del Mar

You will need about 25 minutes to get from Castellón de la Plana to Oropesa del Mar, a town populated by just over 9,200 inhabitants. Once here, do not forget to enjoy its beaches and its heritage. The Oropesa Castle, the King's Tower and the Iberian settlement of Oropesa La Vella deserve a special mention.

Peníscola

The AP-7 connects Castellón de la Plana with Peñíscola in just over an hour. If you prefer to use a free road, you can travel on the N-340, although the journey will take about 15 minutes longer. This town, which is part of The Most Beautiful Villages of Spain, is famous for its Templar castle and its wide and populated beaches. In addition, you can also find the Museum of the Sea, the Natural Park of the Sierra de Irta, the Ermita de la Virgen de la Ermitana and the Parish Church of Santa Maria.

Vinaroz

Both the AP-7 and the N-340 connect the capital with Vinaroz in about an hour. In addition to visiting its beaches, its port and its wonderful coves, in this town you will also find the remains of the Iberian settlement, a Gothic town hall and several modernist buildings. Also worth a visit are its religious heritage, the Municipal Market, the Casa Membrillera and the Costa Borrás Monument.

Main municipalities in the province of Castellón

- Alcalá de Chivert - Castellón de la Plana  
- Alcora - Moncófar  
- Almazora - Nules  
- Almenara - Onda  
- Alquerías del Niño Perdido - Oropesa del Mar  
- Bechí - Peñiscola  
- Benicarló - Segorbe  
- Benicasim - Torreblanca  
- Borriol - Vall de Uxó  
- Burriana - Villarreal Vinaroz  
   
       

Main roads in the province of Castellón

  • A-7: Mediterranean Highway
  • A-23: Mudéjar Highway
  • CS-22: Access Highway to the Port of Castellón
  • CV-10: La Plana Highway Villavieja - La Jana
  • CV-13: Benlloch - Torreblanca
  • CV-18: Coastal Park Way Castellón - Nules
  • CV-20: Villarreal - Puebla de Arenoso
  • CV-26: La Pobla Tornesa - Vilafranca
  • CV-149: Castellón - Benicasim
  • CV-151: Castellón - Borriol
  • N-225: Teruel - Grao de Castellón
  • N-232: Vinaròs - Santander
  • N-340: Mediterranean Highway
  • AP-7: Mediterranean Motorway (toll)