The Universitat Jaume I is located on a single campus,only 3 km from the centre of Castelló de la Plana. Thanks to its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, it enjoys a mild climate, which allows you to do outdoor activities throughout most of the year.
In this section you will find the directions to get to Castellón de la Plana from the bordering provinces in your car, train or bus.
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Because the UJI is close to the city of Castelló and to the bus and train station, the urban layout of this part of the city, along with the wide range of means of transport available, allow you to choose between reaching the campus by public transport, by bike or by enjoying a nice walk.
The new reserved road transport of Castelló communicates every five minutes the train and bus station with the campus of the UJI. The TRAM is a means of electric transport, comfortable, efficient and sustainable, which has modified the travel habits of the university community.
Tickets can be purchased directly in the TRAM.
The Universitat Jaume I is connected in the different areas of the city through four bus lines. All have a bust stop at the train and bus station.
Tickets can be purchased on the bus.
If you want to move to the University with your car, on the campus you have large landscaped parking areas. We recommend that you sign up for the 4×4, 4 wheels, 4 people, the UJI car sharing programme. It will allow you to save and make friends. Share a car to come to the campus and contribute to a cleaner environment!
The short distance that separates the campus from the train and bus station allows you to get to the UJI by taking a very pleasant 15 minute walk, and about 25 minutes if you come from the city centre. The avenue that joins the University with the city has wide sidewalks and independent bike lane.
Castelló is a warm friendly city with approximately 180,000 inhabitants that is located between the mountains of the Desert de las Palmas natural reserve and the Mediterranean sea. Along the coastal strip, the landscape offers huge areas of orange groves together with 120 km of excellent beaches, bathed by the warm water of the Mediterranean. As we go inland, the landscape quickly changes. Castelló is the second most mountainous province in Spain, and it possesses a rich cultural, historical and landscape heritage.
The city enjoys a mild and pleasant Mediterranean climate with averages of 27°C in summer and 18°C in winter, and it is one of the few cities where you can enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine per year with a good temperature. This will allow you to do outdoor activities at any time of year.
Castelló has grown a lot in recent years and it is a city that is making steady progress towards the future, but without neglecting its traditions. Some examples of the cultural growth and economic development of the city include the UJI, the Auditorium and Conference Centre, the Museum of Fine Arts, the marina, etc., as well as the promising projects that are starting to be set in motion.
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