Gazing out over an endless horizon and the extraordinary landscapes of Infinite Cantabria is an experience in itself, don’t you think?
The appeal of this region is its variety — nothing is too far away, which means you can spend a morning at altitude and the afternoon on golden beaches or surrounded by lush countryside.
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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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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.
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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.
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.
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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Some of the country’s most fetching beaches are found along the rugged and gorgeous north coast, along the Cantabrian Sea, also part of the Atlantic.
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!
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We visit the six Cantabrian towns and villages that have been described as Spain’s most beautiful towns: Santillana del Mar, Liérganes, Bárcena Mayor, Carmona, Mogrovejo and Potes.