Landscape along the North Coast
Benicarló and Vinaròs are two coastal towns which are joined by 8 kilometres of coast with beaches and cliffs which have not changed over the years and still keep their beauty and natural charm.
The North Coast is in the Vinaròs-Benicarló area, and comprises one of the most important inhabited landscapes, thanks to its geography, climate and use of land.
Along the coastal plain between Vinaròs and Benicarló there are a total of 31 cliffs, coves and beaches, 26 of these belong to Vinaròs and 5 of them to Benicarló (approximately 4km of beaches in each town). One of the most attractive features on the north coast is the fact that there are no residential developments; in fact most of the land is made up of small plots of farmland mainly for vegetables, including artichokes with their Protected Designation of Origin.
This landscape effuses a contrast of colours making the coastal area really unique.