Bungalows and Cabins Cantabria countryside
Bungalows Cabins Cantabria is one of the smaller areas in Spain. Beautiful coast line mountains, valleys and rivers. Come to the peace and calm of Cantabria.
Bungalows Costa San Juan is a 10-minute walk from Soto de la Marina Beach, 5 km from Santander.
Wooden, chalet-style bungalows have a furnished porch, free Wi-Fi and free parking. There is 1 person looking at this holiday park. More
DISCOVER CANTABRIA: TEN SHORT WALKS IN BEAUTIFUL LOCATIONS: VOLUME 2 (CANTABRIA WALKING GUIDES)
From rugged snow-capped mountains to long stretches of glorious sandy beaches and with lush pastures, wild rivers and extensive forestry in between, Cantabria in northern Spain has just about everything to offer the serious walker, casual rambler or holidaymaker in search of a gentle stroll.
This book brings together some of the highlights of the Cantabrian landscape by offering the reader an easy walking route – the walks range from one to eight kilometres – along with tips on what to look out for on the way be it a particularly stunning view, a point of historical interest or some of the abundant flora and fauna.
These attractive wooden bungalows are located 300 metres from the historic centre of Santillana del Mar. There is an outdoor swimming pool and they are surrounded by gardens.
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Between soaring mountains, across arid deserts, parched plains and valleys of fruit orchards and olive groves, down glittering coastlines and along viaducts towering above plunging ravines… there is no better way to see Spain than by train.
Novel Holiday break idea even if you live fulltime here in Spain
Rural Tourism in Cantabria, Spain.
Mountains, valleys, rivers, stone towns and a sea that is constantly breaking against the cliffs of the coast.
With so much to see and do, it seems as if there is never any peace and calm in Cantabria.
However, it is the most tranquil land, where peace comes out from behind every small hill, the streets of Santillana del Mar, the Altamira Caves and the Valleys of Lamason, Nansa and Saja.Cantabrian food, like that of most regions in Spain, is wonderful.
Be sure to try the locally caught fish, the famous Cantabrian stew (Cocido Montañes), Cantabrian Style Cheesecake, and typical Cantabrian pastry (Sobaos Pasiegos).
The region also has great cheese and orujo liquors. Take note of the occasional Ruta del Pincho (tapas route), which are held throughout the region. Most offer a glass of wine, beer, or grape juice (mosto) with a delicious pincho for around two euros. It’s a great way to get to learn about Cantabrian gastronomy!
Cantabria, Spain. (english)
Do you feel like playing golf on the courses designed by Seve Ballesteros? Would you like to be surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and accompanied by some of the best players in the world?
This documentary will open the doors to the most exclusive golf courses in Northern Spain as well as show you how beautiful the coasts of Cantabria really are…a place where sports, nature, gastronomy, charming hotels and spectactular beaches make this the perfect place to get away from it all.
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San Francisco De Asis, Urb Marina, San Fulgencio, 03177, Alicante, Spain.
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