Santander Ferry

Santander perfect gateway 2 most beautiful unspoiled parts

Hotels in Santander on the Costa Verde.

Santander is the main port city of northern Spain on the Bay of Biscay west-northwest of Bilbao.

It was a major port after the discovery of America and is now a resort and industrial center.

Hotel Bahía 4 star hotel

Hotel BahiaAvda. Alfonso XIII. Nº6, Santander •

Offering wonderful views across Santander Bay, the Hotel Bahía is just 200 metres from the ferry terminal and the train and bus stations.

It has free Wi-Fi and a restaurant. The large rooms in the Hotel Bahía all have plasma-screen TVs and… There is 1 user browsing this hotel’s page right now. More

Chiqui 3 star hotel

chique hotelAvenida Garcia Lago, 9,  •

At Hotel Chiqui guests enjoy great views of the Bay of Biscay and nearby El Sardinero Beach.

Set right by the sea, it features free outdoor parking. Each room at Hotel Chiqui has sea views, an attractive nautical theme and large windows wi… More

Santemar 4 star hotel

santemarJoaquin Costa, 28, Santander •

This well-equipped hotel is situated just 150 metres from Santander’s Sardinero Beach and Casino.

The Santemar features a Japanese garden, on-site parking, varied dining options and air-conditioned rooms. All of the rooms at the Santemar H… More

 

Our arrival port of Santander is the perfect gateway to some of the most beautiful, unspoiled parts of Spain, and provides easy access to south-west France.

Sailing from Plymouth or Portsmouth to Santander offers a much more relaxing alternative to flying.

And by taking your car, you’ll be free from airport delays, free from the hassle and expense of baggage restrictions, and free to explore the surrounding area at your own pace.

Mortgages Now

Mortgages are now available on the Costa Verde.

Spain Info.

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La Costa Verde (The Green Coast), stretches as the crow flies, for over 1500 kilometers from the French/ Spanish border by the town of Irún to the Spanish Portuguese border by the river Miño.

The Green Coast is so named due to it’s more temperate climate.

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