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!
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.
We are aware that, at first sight and without further thought, today’s post title can sound a little pretentious.
If you like surfing and you live somewhere far from the beach, or next to the sea but where waves are not strong, you are probably counting the days to get to a place where surfing fun is assured.
As summer allows us to enjoy some of the best spots such as Infinite Cantabria, today in this blog we wish to recommend to you some visits that are a must.
Today's post takes us on a unique and different journey. As you know, we love to offer you different ways to travel through our region.
With 220 kilometres of coastline, there's a lot to cover. We could focus on the cliffs, the beaches, the hiking trails and all sorts of other things.
According to the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language, a “mirador” (or vantage point) is “a place which is well-located to contemplate a landscape or event”.
Over the years, we have made many journeys through our Infinite Cantabria. This blog is all about its landscapes, customs and people.
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.