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The house was comfortable and the owner very helpful. Some stunning scenery within easy reach. A good base for exploring cantabria further. We enjoyed Potes as a great place for eating and wandering around.
It's a good place for walking - spectacular scenery - but not easy walking. It has good links via the A8 to Bilbao ( Guggenheim etc) and Santander. A good bus service to Laredo, with connections to Bilbao, Santander and Castro Urdiales. Plenty of no fuss eating places - all Spanish/Cantabrian. If you are into prehistoric cave art, there is a short drive to Cuevas just south of Ramalles ( about 10 miles away). Guided tours - in Spanish and English
Great city. I have visited before. This trip was just the start of a trip through Cantabria and Asturias using the FEVE trains taking me to Oviedo and then returning by coach. I had a light, late evening meal in La Taberna del Herrero before moving on to Café Restaurante Puente for a wine and late tapas. Both are recommended and within five minutes walk. I took an early morning local bus from the bus station to Puente Viesgo and walked up the hill to visit the caves on Monte Castillo. Both cave systems are to be recommended - 6€ (Bus 4,60€ return). Nice choice of restaurants in Puente Viesgo.
Love Santander, wouldn't have been my usual beach destination but the flights were cheap and the hotel was great value. Took a short break in Oct last year and the weather was really good. Went back in May and was really lucky again. The beach is fantastic although the facilities such as toilets are quite limited, stunning views with the Cantabrian mountains in the background. I love the restaurants, fish, tapas (pinchos in Santander) and bars not touristy at all. Don't expect everyone to speak English, it's definitely made me take up Spanish lessons if not just to get through ordering food and drink at the bars and restaurants, that's what makes it a great experience and an authentic Spanish place to visit.
What a delightful experience! No wonder the write/philosopher Sartre called Santillana del Mar "the most beautiful town in Spain" with its cobbled streets and well preserved aristocratic houses from the 16th century and earlier all set against the background of the beautiful Cantabrian countryside. A side trip to the excellent replica cave and exhibition of the prehistoric art of Altamira is highly recommended. Albergues and posadas are plentiful and the ones occupying period buildings (e.g. "Solar de Hidalgos")give one an intimate experience of this special place.
Beautiful Spanish mountain town in Cantabria. Fantastic restaurants and evening atmosphere.Tapas at Los Camachos was excellent and tables spill out onto the street. Great base to explore the delights of Picos de Europa. Fuente De cable car is a must but arrive early and plan your day around waiting for your trip such as geocaching or walks etc.
Santander is the lovely capital city of Cantabria with handsome buildings, a great variety of shops and food outlets, a super indoor market, train & rain stations right there for travellers and a delightful waterfront. Apart from the busy centre, the city stretches along waterfront providing further places to explore as far as Sardinero, all served by inexpensive local buses too and from the centre, so once you have parked your car you don't have to use it to explore. It also has a hop-on-off tourist bus and tourist boat trips round the bay as well as a ferry ride across the estuary. The estuary to the sea means lots of water traffic to watch and sandy beaches right off the Prom, which are even attractive in the early morning to exercisers, swimmers and surfers (only when windy). Can't wait to go back.
It has the most beautiful beach of Cantabria. Playa de los locos is beautiful, with many views from the top. The village is a small village similar to the rest but the beaches are breathless. From my view, it is a must in your visit to Cantabria.
An underrated city in the north of Spain. Beautiful and charming, Santander is tucked away in between the Basque Country and the province of Aragon, on the Cantabrian coast. Walking along the seaside promenade is lovely, and the food, drink and atmosphere in the city’s interior is fab! The views and natural surroundings at Palacio Magdalena are spectacular for all the family and friends!
Beautiful village, a short drive takes you to the beautiful Cantabria coastline. Perfect for a relaxing break, Santander only 5 minute drive where an array of shops await. A good selection of good restaurants, but the hotel serves fantastic food.
8.8 Fabulous 406 reviews
It's a decent place to stay. The place is nicely decorated and the room was suitable and had air-conditioning. The restaurant serves cantabrian food and is very good (prizes are not cheap though). The bar downstairs next to the guest house is a gathering point for the locals and people going to the restaurant. Very vivid but closes around midnight. Wifi functions perfectely. Nice beaches are very close by.
8.6 Fabulous 237 reviews
We really enjoyed the central location for cantabria, Basque Country. In few minutes we reached several locations and so it was good to stay for 7 days. We had no clue where the small swimming pool was, but we also did not look for it. The room is confortable and the beds are good. The parking is large enough for the number of rooms.
9.2 Superb 369 reviews
The staff were lovely and eager to please. We had a room with a terrace and could sit out and listen to the birds. It was lovely to relax by the pool on the sun beds. The restaurant was authentic Cantabrian with some interesting choices and the food was delicious.
7.4 Good 320 reviews
A short walking distance to the station. No shortage of cafes around. If you are coming by car, parking could be a problem. We found a free overnight parking next to the library (Biblioteca Central de Cantabria), a three-minute walk from the hotel.
9.3 Superb 711 reviews
The hotel manager was incredibly knowledgeable and enthusiastic about Cantabria and provided lots of useful information about the region and the town of Santillanna itself. The hotel was a short walk away from the town, but in a quiet location.
9.3 Superb 350 reviews
Manuel the owner catered for our every whim,it was Cantabria day and I don't think he wanted to provide food for us alone (sorry Manuel) but he did and it was appreciated. Nothing was too much trouble for him so very pleased with our stay.
8.6 Fabulous 222 reviews
Raquel, Ana and the entire staff are all wonderful people, always there to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Useful info and great tips are provided so that you enjoy the beautiful surroundings and everything that Cantabria has to offer.
9.4 Superb 27 reviews
House and grounds are very well kept and there is also a small swimming pool. The owner was very friendly and helpful. We spent two very relaxing days here, good spot for exploring the Cantabrian part of the Picos.
9.1 Superb 136 reviews
The owners are very friendly and courteous. Breakfast was superb! I recommend the region to people who like outdoors and beautiful landscapes. Cantabria is one of the most beautiful places on earth!
8.2 Very good 303 reviews
A really wonderful thermal spa set in the mountains of Cantabria. The circuit is brilliant and leaves you feeling relaxed and refreshed, even after a long day's hike!
8.8 Fabulous 152 reviews
- Very close to a lovely beach - Staff is very friendly and helpful - Convenient location to visit Cantabria - Very quiet
9.2 Superb 877 reviews
A lovely family hotel, superb location for Santillana del Mar and the Cantabrian coastline.
9.5 Exceptional 121 reviews
Location was perfect for exploring Cantabria & the Picos.
8.2 Very good 520 reviews
Good for one night as we were travelling Cantabria.
7.3 Good 187 reviews
Restaurant has good traditional Cantabrian cooking.
8.5 Very good 650 reviews
This is a really lovely hotel in a beautiful location. We chose it initially as it was the closest to two caves which we wanted to visit. The caves contain some of the world's oldest cave art and are only a 10 minute drive from the hotel. This hotel is out in the countryside in a small village but is within very easy striking distance of Santander. Would make a great stop off point for those taking the ferry to/from the UK. The hotel had a variety of spa facilities but we didn't partake of any of those.
8.5 Very good 382 reviews
Beautiful reception when we arrived and lovely buffet breakfast next morning, didn't have time for pool , very friendly staff and very helpful giving directions to local restaurants
8.8 Fabulous 1,149 reviews
Very attractive grounds, swimming pool and spacious overall. Helpful staff. Will come back next year.
7.6 Good 471 reviews
Excellent value for money super stay would recommend for a quiet stay
8.6 Fabulous 1,530 reviews
Everything except the massage.