The Mediterranean coast of Castellón is a land of contrasts that features not only an area of large sandy beaches and rocky coves, but a great ensemble of mountains and hills. Why not enjoying some .
There is nothing better during a slow travel than joining a local festivity or event that gives us the chance to approach the culture and traditions of the destination. As part of the Slow movement .
The last Friday of April is here and one of the most historical Spanish traditions takes place in the province of Castellón: the popular pilgrimage from the town of Les Useres to the Sancturay of .
Enjoying Slow Food is a must if you are visiting the Mediterranean area. That is the reason why we talk about Spanish food and Mediterranean gastronomy of the spring season in our blog. Which are the .
In this blog of Slow Living Mediterráneo we want to show you a new way of enjoying Slow Travel in Spain and visiting some of the most beautiful corners in Castellón and its surrounding areas: .
Spain is worldwide known because of its beaches, monuments, gastronomy, and because of its traditions and cultural heritage. In Slow Living Mediterráneo, we invite you to discover a festivity that is enjoyed by the Spanish .
Benicàssim is one of the most popular areas in the province of Castellón and it is the emplacement of the most important festivals and music events in Spain. However, Benicàssim also features a quiet and .
“Eating is one of life’s pleasures! Sitting down to a delightful meal with friends and relatives is a joy worth to be calmly enjoyed” Do not you agree? And what about combining it with a .
Today, in the blog of Slow Living Mediterráneo, let’s go for a trip! Visiting one of the Natural Parks in Spain is a must in all kind of slow travel experiences. Discovering the local nature, falling .
Slow Travel is about knowing in a closer and more in depth manner a destination, its traditions, its people and gastronomy. Slow Travel means feeling and living as a local, but not as a tourist.