International travelers arrive by plane, sea and land to Castellon de la Plana. By plane, travelers arrive in the international airport in Valencia and Alicante. Valencia Airport receives direct flights from national destinations such as Asturias, Barcelona, Malaga, majorca, Santander, Santiago de Compostela and Bilbao.

Alicante airport is serviced by European regional air companies such as Air Berlin, Aerlingus, British Midland, Spanair, Tunisair, SAS-Braathens and Sky Europe Airlines among others. This airport boasts an extensive number of flights to many airports in the UK; some of the cities serviced are: Bristorl, Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds among others.

To get to Castellon, you can rent a car, Avis, Hertz, Auropa and Europcar have booths in the airport. If you prefer not to drive, you can book onlive a private Valencia or Alicante tranfer and you will be picked up by a driver who will take you to Castellon.

To check details about arrivals and departures, check Spain's centralized information system on airports at: http://www.aena.es. Once the page, find the airport of your interest. You will also finf information about transportation options, latest news, list of air companies servicing the airport, parking facilities and servicies to the passenger.

The ports in Valencia, Denia and Alicante receive maritime travelers going to Castellon.

The AP-7 Mediterranean highway connects Castellon with France and the rest of Europe. From Castellon, A-3 highway takes you to Madrid, A-23 to Zaragoza and A-31 to Madrid and Alicante.