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You can '''surf''' at the beaches of Somo, Los Locos in Suances near Torrelavega and Meron in San Vicente de la Barquera.
 
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*The [http://www.shotenor.com/clubcondal'''Apartamentos Club Condal'''] Paseo de Solatorre 1, Comillas, Cantabria 39520. Condal Club Apartments are located in a privileged location of Comillas. Surrounded by the most significant buildings in this town, Universidad Pontificia, Palacio de Sobrellano and Capricho de Gaudí. Visit our website at http://www.shotenor.com/clubcondal
 
  
 
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Revision as of 19:32, 31 March 2010

Cantabria is a region of Spain, located on the northern coast. Its main infrastructure hub is Santander with about 180,000 inhabitants.

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Cantabria has the following sub-regions:

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Get in

The nearest airport is in Santander, but most flights are domestic, primarily from Madrid. International flights from London, Dublin, Rome, Milan, Frankfurt, Paris and Amsterdam. Other international flights to Bilbao.

Arrival by ferry from UK is also possible in Santander. There is a ferry terminal.

Arrival by car from Bilbao is via the A8 freeway.

Get around

Since many interesting places are outside the main city Santander in small villages in the countryside a car is useful. Alternatively public buses are available to larger towns. Frequent public buses are available between Santander and Bilbao.

See

Do

You can surf at the beaches of Somo, Los Locos in Suances near Torrelavega and Meron in San Vicente de la Barquera.

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

Get out

If you are coming from the Basque Country the logical continuation is to go to Asturias. Just follow the coastline westwards.

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