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At QuarentaCars you can book a car hire Castellon airport, at the train station or city centre. Explore the Valencian Community at your own pace, we will help you find the car you need in one single search.
In QuarentaCars you can collect your vehicle directly from the airport, the train station, and various other locations in the city.
Castellón de la Plana is a film destination and as such, offers a wide variety of options for car hire. Both premium operators and local car rentals in Castellon, provide a high standard of service and cars in excellent conditions.
Using our car rental comparison tool, you’re sure to find everything type of vehicle from mini, economy, compact or family cars, to a van, SUV, or 7 and a 9-seater minivan; from the best agencies of the city: Alamo, Malco Rent a Car, National, Enterprise, Avis, Budget, Europcar, and Keddy.
Alamo Castellon Train Station
Carrer del Pintor Oliet, S/N
12006 Castellón De La Plana, CS
Telephone +34 964 24 78 41
“A journey of a thousand miles begins here.”
The city of Castellon is strategically connected with the rest of the Valencian Community by motorways and roads and with the train through the Castellon de la Plana Train Station.
The connection by plane is also very good in the Mediterranean city, as it has the Airport of Castellón-Costa Azahar, located 27 kilometres from the city centre.
Consult the timetables of your flights through Castelló Airport. Consult train arrival and departure times at Castellón de la Plana Train Station.
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Enjoy the freedom without limits, travelling through Castellon from one end to the other with unlimited kilometres.
Choose with confidence, and be assured of the transparency of the policy of full to full fuel.
With flexible booking you can cancel your reservation with no charge 48 days before the date of pick up.
Discover your favourite places in the province of Castellón de la Plana.
Castellón de la Plana has unique natural landscapes and a line of sight that have aroused the interest of film lovers all over the world. It is also home to one of the most important music festivals in the entire Valencian community.
Most of the monuments of interest in Castellon are located around the Town Hall. Starting from there, we find the co-cathedral of Santa Maria, which is guarded by the Fadri, an independent octagonal tower with a clock and a bell tower. The Post Office building is another of the monuments of singular presence in the city. The Lonja, the Principal Theatre, the Fine Arts Museum and the Mare de Déu del Lledó Basilica are other buildings you must visit and see.
If you like to enjoy the mysteries of the cosmos and the stars, you must visit the Planetarium, one of the most visited buildings in the Valencian community, with its 25-metre-high dome that invites you to observe the space. In its facilities, scientific dissemination activities and astronomical observations are organised.
A few kilometres away is the chapel of Santa María del Castell Vell and the ruins of the castle of La Magdalena and the chapel of San Jaime de Fadrell, home to the Municipal Museum of Ethnology.
The Columbretes Islands, 56 kilometres off the coast of Castellón, are a volcanic spectacle of incredible natural beauty that is well worth getting to know. This time on the mainland, between Castellón and Benicasim is the Desierto de las Palmas, a landscape of great ecological interest.
If you like good music, the best time to visit Castellón is in July when the Benicasim Festival is held, an event that attracts people from all over Spain with a line-up of the best exponents of the world electronic, indie, pop and Spanish rock scene.
The most important festival in the city is held between March and April, we are talking about the Magdalena, a traditional festival that includes the Romería de les Canyes and the Parade of the Gaiatas, a good time to get to know the culture of Castellón.
At a reasonable distance from the town centre is the port of Grao, which leads to the beach of El Pinar and its exquisite restaurants. The beaches of Gurugú and Serradal are quite lively.
Whether it’s for the music, the beaches, the desert or all of the above, you should visit Benicasim just 14 kilometres from the centre of Castellón, home during the month of July to one of the most important music festivals in the Valencian community.
The most outstanding monument is the church of Santo Tomás de Villanueva and the ruins of the castle of Montornés. Although the most outstanding feature is the Desert de las Palmas natural area, a space of great ecological interest, and the beaches of the Torre de San Vicente and the Almadraba beach, both of which have been awarded the European blue flag for their quality.
Just over 50 minutes away is Peñíscola, a film destination, literally speaking. Several locations in the city were the setting for the famous HBO series, Game of Thrones. There is no doubt that the most striking image of Peñíscola is its castle on top of the rock.
The former residence of several pontiffs is only surpassed by the Alhambra in terms of the number of people who visit it each year. The Bufador is a curious space on the ground that spits out salt water when the tide rises more than normal. The door of Santa María, the parish church of the Virgen del Socorro and the hermitage of the Virgen de la Ermitana are other monuments of great historical and artistic value.
The Museum of the Sea has a permanent exhibition of anchors, model boats and bronze hulls that reflect Peñíscola’s seafaring tradition. Continuing on to the sea, the North beach is an excellent option for enjoying the Mediterranean, with its distinction as a European blue flag beach due to its quality.
Let's answer all your questions before booking your car.
Yes. For a fraction of the usual price, you can opt for the AXA Insurance premium cover, which provides you with maximum protection against theft and accidents with guaranteed reimbursement of up to £3,000; plus roadside assistance.
The protection offered by AXA Insurance allows you to save between 50 and 70% compared to the direct coverage offered by the agencies.
Yes, you can pay for your reservation with a valid debit or credit card. Usually, agencies have restrictions on paying with prepaid cards.
The cheapest price for hire a small car in Castellón airport is around 15 £/day for 7 days.
Activate the filter by vehicle type, you will find a wide range of small car models: Fiat 500, Citroën C1, Peugeot 107, and many more models.
The lowest price for a 7-seater car hire in Castellón airport is around 39 £/day for 1 week.
When activating the filter, you will find a complete range of 7-seater minivans: Seat Alhambra, Opel Meriva, Ford Galaxy, and many more models.
The minimum price for a 9-seater car hire in Castellón airport is around 67 £/day for 1 week.
Ensure you filter by vehicle type, there is a wide range of 9-seater cars models: Peugeot Traveller, Opel Vivaro, Volkswagen Transporter, and many more.
Yes, you can rent a car full to full fuel policy in Castellón airport. You receive the vehicle full of fuel and return it full, with no refuelling charge.
Yes, you can rent with unlimited mileage in Castellón airport, the availability is indicated in the mileage policy label, located in the search filters.
Yes, in general, most car rentals allow you to travel to the main destinations in Europe.
At the time of collection, you must inform the counter of the destination you plan to visit, as well as pay the cross border fee that will allow you to continue to be covered abroad.
Yes, you can rent a car one way in Castellon airport and return it to a different branch than the one where you picked it up.
When you search, you must specify both the city of collection and the city of return. Our search engine will automatically show you the available options.
In the Valencian Community, Catalonia, Cantabria, Madrid and Asturias, there are destinations that share similar characteristics to Castellón.