More than 6 km of unspoilt beaches
Cabanes is one of the most outstanding coastal municipalities on the Castellón coastline. Its uncrowded beaches are perfect for travellers who want to enjoy the sun and sea in total tranquillity. From Torre la Sal, its coastal town, you can follow a trail on foot or by bicycle that connects the seaside town with the beaches in the neighbouring town of Torreblanca. Along the way you will come across El Cudolà beach, in Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca Nature Reserve, which hugs the coast all along the route and forms a landscape in which nature takes centre stage.
Torre la Sal Beach
This beach in Cabanes preserves all the charm of its fishing past with the traditional fishermen’s houses standing among sand and gravel. Four defence towers stand out in the area, notably including the one it is named after, La Sal Tower. The cleanliness of its waters has led to the construction of a Marine Biology Research Centre and the Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca Nature Reserve Information Centre.
This heavenly pebble beach in Cabanes, Cudolà, is located in the heart of the Prat de Cabanes Nature Reserve, the only wetland in the province of Castellón. The promenade leading to the beach reveals 2000 metres of pure Mediterranean 10 metres wide.
"Quartell Vell" Beach
The most unspoilt beach in Cabanes is called Quartell Vell with the beautiful ruins of an old carabineer barracks. This beach of rock, pebbles, gravel and sand stretches 3,300 metres along the coastline and is 10 metres wide.