Holiday Inn Express Onda-Provincia De Castellon
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... alongside the attractive sandy beach. Although there's a campsite near the hotel, we find ourselves in a very refined and elegant area of the resort. It is interesting to see villa after villa right on the promenade, dating from the early 1900s, well kept and restored, and without the graffiti that blights so many Spanish towns. We are a little taken aback at the lack of restaurants, but decide that this is because we are ...
One piece of advice....if you are trying to get a photo of a bull running through the streets, don't watch them through the viewfinder because they ...
... The festival or fiesta honouring these two saints lasts two whole weeks! There is a printed programme for these two weeks and there are activities or events all the time, most of which are announced by a rocket (firework) going off.
We had heard through the campsite grapevine (very active it is) that Thursday evening was not to be missed, so when we heard the bells tolling at 7pm, we wandered into town. The bells announce ...
... little laneways, taking in all this little town has to offer.
We entered a church celebrating Sunday Mass – a young boy was at the pulpit reading a passage from the bible. The congregation then stood and sang hymns. We stood at the back of the church - how lucky we were to experience such a lovely service.
Walking outside, we ...
... full of flowers and ponds and fish and other birds. We walked through it a couple times. In it is also a bar and stage Area where the mascots end their parade( ill explain in a bit). There is a show and dancing and party there. A couple of the evenings we saw the "mascot" parade with all the different fairy tale people and a few floats. It was fun for the kids. Gimena eventually got stuffed toys of some of the different animals and was so thrilled to show them to the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed