Santander is located on the north coast of Spain and is a seaside resort heated by the sun and protected by mountains from cold winds from the north, is protected and the largest natural harbor in the Cantabrian Sea.
Santander is also a seaside destination in the Basque region has always rivaled by San Sebastian located to the east, but failed to gain supremacy. However, Santander is a major tourist center and the former royal residence.
Most tourists who come to Santander headed to the famous El Sardinero beach - actually a resort in itself, located 2.
A tourist town in the Besaya region, which stretches around the confluence of the rivers Saja and Besaya. It has excellent beaches, like that of Los Locos, which is ideal for surfing.
Isla is a charming resort town of Arnuero near the provincial capital.
It is a coastal city that offers visitors everything needed for a perfect holiday: beautiful landscapes, natural surroundings, sandy beaches, tourist amenities and endless entertainment options. Being a peninsula between the estuaries Castellano, Quejo and Cantabrian Sea has a coastline of great beauty, with beaches of sand, small bays, with impressive cliffs overlooking the Cantabrian Sea and, meadows high green mountains and hills, etc..
The island also has a historical and artistic heritage of great importance.
Santillana del Mar is a historic town situated in Cantabria, Spain. The city is known for Altamira Caves (Cuevas de Altamira) and historic buildings, attracting thousands of tourists each year.
Santillana del Mar is said that the city is''three''lies, is not no saint (Santo), is neither flat (Llanos) and has no sea (Mar) as the name of the city. However, in fact, the name comes from Santa Juliana, whose remains are kept in the College, a Roman church and the former Benedictine monastery.
Vatra original medieval village still survives in the center, winding streets and buildings beautiful yellow of sandstone used, is quite marked by the abundance of tourist shops that have proliferated in almost every door.
Cantabria is a region of Spain, located on the north coast. The focal point is the town of Santander region, with 180,000 inhabitants.
Historic province offers diverse attractions, from fishing villages on the coast to the snowy peaks of the Picos de Europa mountain chain.
Cantabria Province is almost untouched by mass tourism currently on the Mediterranean coast, because of unstable weather. But during the summer months the sea is warm enough to take a bath, and the sun shines.
Cantabria was part of old Castile and was a stronghold of conservative, separatist inclination between the neighbors on the coast.