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Comillas is one of the most beautiful and famous towns of Cantabria, a magnificent architectural complex surrounded by a wonderful natural environment and landscape. Undoubtedly, the most distinguished summer holidays in Comillas were those of King Alfonso XII in the nineteenth century.

Over time, the most varied nobility chose the town as a place of rest, intrigued by its wonderful beaches where the famous wave baths were taken.

The Pontifical University is a must see! Although the building was erected by the Jesuits, Don Claudio offered it to the Pope, who awarded it the title of Pontifical. Nowadays, Comillas beaches continue to attract tourism.

Their clean wavy waters, their secluded coves and the beauty of these landscapes make Comillas one of the most attractive coastal populations of Cantabria.




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Joyel Beach

Campsite has direct access to the beach of Ris, along which it is located. The beach looks like a "shell ", which at low tide allows the enjoyment of more than 40,000 square meters of wonderful fine sand. During wild tides, people can easily walk to the Island of San Pedruco, with its small medieval chapel and wild fig trees, inhabited by thousands of seagulls.


At his side is the island of Oliva and thoroughly Garfanta boulders, Aguila and Rabo Moja. Here begins the so-called "coastal walk”, which runs along the coast from Ris beach to that of Trengandín. The journey is full of small coves, beautifully flowing between pinewoods and reaching places as idyllic as the Punta de la Mesa or Pombera beach.


Its northern orientation provides waves, surfing possibilities and other sports, including fishing. The beach facilities include showers and lifeguard service in summer. Along Ris beach are also located several surf schools offering lessons or rental of surfing equipment.




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Liébana valley is located in Cantabria, bounded by the Cantabrian Mountain Range and the Picos de Europa, with part of its territory on the Saja National Reserve and the Picos de Europa National Park. The beautiful Liébana valley lies in the joint of these two towering massifs. The valley floor ranges from 100 metres above sea level in la Hermida and 300 in Potes, its capital.

The natural mouth of the valley is the canyon of La Hermida, an impressive 20 km gorge dug in the limestone rocks of the Picos de Europa by the Deva River, which flows into the Cantabrian Sea along the town of Unquera. Liébana is split into several valleys, such as Camaleño, Vega de Liébana, Pesaguero and Cillorigo.

There is another town in Liebana, Tresviso. It is located outside the valley in Picos de Europa. It is the place where the famous Tresviso cheese is made. The most populated valley is Camaleño with Fuente Dé is located at the top, where a cable car covers almost a one thousand meters slope up to the look-out point of El Cable, a must for anyone who wants to experience the grandeur of Picos de Europa.




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Santander has an extraordinarily beautiful landscape, mainly due to its coastal location, as if it were a peninsula surrounded by the bay and the open coast to the Cantabrian Sea, mostly rocky .e:office" /-->

But the beaches are perhaps the best known and appreciated natural spaces. Its winding route which borders almost three kilometres of coastline, also offers small and large beaches: some sheltered from the winds and in calm waters (Los Peligros, La Magdalena and Bikinis ); others, open to the Cantabrian sea, with more waves (El Camello, La Concha, La Primera, La Segunda or Castañeda, Molinucos and Mataleñas) .

Next to and among these beaches, there are extremely beautiful green spaces which overlook the coastline, such as Piquío, with its symbolic gardens planted in a rocky area, which separates the two beaches of El Sardinero, like a prow of a ship that sails the sea. Parque de la Magdalena is found nearby (on the peninsula), full of vegetation and woodland, opposite the island of Mouro and the powerful Cantabrian sea. Together with the Royal Palace, this is the most typical Santander landscape.




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Santillana del Mar

There is much more to Santillana del Mar than the Cave of Altamira. In the ninth century the Monasterio de Santa Juliana was already in the town, which was converted into the renowned Collegiate Church of Santa Juliana in the twelfth century, the first and most important example of Romanesque art in Cantabria.

From the late twelfth-early thirteenth century, surrounding Collegiate Church and its beautiful cloister, a population started to grow. As evidenced by the wealth of the many mansions and palaces that make up this town, the people experienced times of great economic strength.


In its medieval cobbled streets, we can also find many craftsmen workshops and sample tasty milk with sponge cake, the most popular snack in the village.




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