The Cantabrian capital, Santander, a city in which the mixture of different vocations, marine, commercial and tourist tradition is evident. The origin of the city is related to the Portus Victoriae founded by the Romans.
In the Cantabrian capital, you can enjoy our cuisine in countless great restaurants, tasting fresh seafood, prime beef or pecking by countless local that this city offers.
Santoña quintessential fishing village where the fishing tradition is mixed with the pace of modern life. Everyone who goes through this town should try your canning seafood and famous as Santoña anchovies. In addition to a rich cultural heritage, has Santoña Natural Park Santoña, Victoria and Joyel, with over 4,000 acres of high ecological value.
Santillana del Mar, is a living museum of a medieval village developed around the Romanesque church of Santa Juliana, the route to the city can only be done on foot.
In this town we also find the famous Caves of Altamira, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Emphasize the polychrome paintings of bison and deer manmade approximately 15,000 years ago.
Langre is nestled in the town of Ribamontan al Mar, Cantabria. We have an impressive cliffs, through which you access the beaches Langre.
These beaches are made of fine golden sand and continue to maintain semivirgen aspect, as if the passage of time and man had not made a dent in them.