Lighthouses are one of the clearest symbols of the world of the sea. Their presence is always comforting and reassuring, no doubt because their primary function is to protect the coastline.
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One of four cool, verdant regions lining the north coast of Spain along the Atlantic Ocean‘s Bay of Biscay, Cantabria ‘s capital Santander as well as its rolling countryside, and its craggy coast are a delight for its culture, history, ecotourism, adventure, beaches (including surfing magnets!), and lovely towns, as this blog has covered extensively.
Days get shorter, temperatures fall and the first rains arrive: it’s time to enjoy the pleasures of the new season: autumn
We don’t know why, but it’s at this time of the year when people feel more like doing rural tourism. Long walks with our couple or friends enjoying nature, which has just renewed its colors: reds, yellows and different tonalities of brown mix with the intense blue of the sky.
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Although often ignored by birdwatchers rushing southwards in order to observe some of Spain’s more emblematic species, with a little effort, Cantabria can provide you with a very rewarding ornithological experience.
Cantabria’s coastline is over 220 km long and has more than 90 beaches open to the Cantabrian Sea. There are beaches for every taste: big, small, urban, wild, cosy, calm, family… some of them just 10 minutes from the airport!
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A city packed full of surprises, Cantabria’s capital is a quaint fishing town with a difference. Top-notch beaches, picturesque seaside promenades, historical buildings and an electric atmosphere are just some of what you can expect when you spend your next mini-break visiting Santander.
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While you can climb the Picos de Europa, it’s not something you’d attempt with a five year old in tow. Instead you take the Fuenta De cable car up to the summit where you can enjoy spectacular views as soon as you arrive.
Here in Cantabria we have one for every taste: large, small, urban, wild, 100% accessible and blue flag. Cantabria has some of the best beaches in Spain for watersports, families and relax.
5 beaches you can´t miss this summer. Here in Cantabria we have one for every taste: large, small, urban, wild, 100% accessible and blue flag. Cantabria has some of the best beaches in Spain for watersports, families and relax.
Each year, in spring, thousands of birds get to Cantabria ready to spend summer in itsmarshes and natural parks; when autumn arrives, they get ready to fly to hotter places where to stay for the winter: it is time to do birdwatching.
We propose you four great plans to travel to Cantabria with children. You have no more excuses!! Nature, culture, workshops and much more to enjoy a few relaxing days with children in Cantabria!