Alcossebre is a population center belonging, along with Capicorp and Las Fuentes, the town of Alcala de Chivert in the province of Castellon, Spain.

Alcossebre is a small coastal village consisting of ten kilometers of coastline divided into five high quality beaches and coves different, being one of the few towns that is not fully urbanized (as most of the coastal towns).

It is located on the coast of Azahar, bordering the north end of Peniscola Torreblanca and south.

Se encuentra en la costa del Azahar, lindando con el término de Peñíscola al norte y el de Torreblanca al sur.
Además de contar In addition to the coastal zone is characterized by Alcocéber have different viewpoints offered by the mountains belonging to the natural landscape of the Sierra de Irta.

Interesting places

Throughout its ten kilometers of coastline, highlighted five main beaches: El Carregador, Romana, Moro, Manyetes (or Tropicana), and Las Fuentes (Les Fonts ) which have blue flag as a mark of quality, the latter beach has fresh water springs that emerge on the same and are of great ecological value. You can also find three bays: Three beaches, which is a set of three separated by rocky formations whose bed is rocky coves, the Cala del Moro, which is separated from the beach with the same name for a small dune and the Cala Blanca located near the lighthouse.

Tropicana Beach is a great quality in terms of flora and fauna, with endemic plants in the area.

The beach at Las Fuentes is one of the most visited and required in the area. It has a length of 360 meters and a width of 32 meters. It is characterized by some sources that sprout from the sand and water from rivers that come from the Sierra de Irta. The Columbretes Islands lie off the coast Castellon, whose origin is volcanic.

Among the architectural attractions, the church of Santa Lucia in the Sierra de Irta, public school, built in the second republic, used at present by the Association of neighbors and for various festivities and a religious building of the eighteenth century, the Hermitage of San Antonio have given cohesion to the whole. Other public buildings are: The salt store, the eighteenth century, now a museum; The former customs or octroi, now defunct by the advance of the sea, and an old fortification coastal surveillance and defense of the fifteenth century, the tower Capicorb, reused as a private dwelling.

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