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Rural tourism in the magical Cantabria

In Cantabria, the rural tourist route cannot leave out the Nature Park Cabárceno, the Monumental Villa of Santillana del Mar and the Caves of Soplao. There are a number of routes that can be taken to explore the attractions Cantabria offers. For example walking routes passing through valleys include Argomilla stream walks, Castaneda and San Miguel del Monte Carceña, the footprint of the railway, Castle Peak, sludge from Miera, the climb to the Espina del Gallego and many more.

Cantabria Hills

Cantabria Hills

Cantabria Valleys

Cantabria Valleys

On the other hand, Cantabria beaches are known for the quality of their waters, fine sand and the cleanliness of its coast. In addition, you can access them easily so that you can spend a pleasant summer here while the sun shines.

Cantabria Village

Cantabria Village

Cantabria Tower on the Edge

Cantabria Tower on the Edge

In Cantabria you will also see caves that now belong to the World Heritage Sites including the Castle, The Chimneys, The Pasieda, Covalanas, The Range, Ovens Peel and Coins. There are also traces of ancient man with his paintings to be found in these caves.

Cantabria Coast

Cantabria Coast

Cantabria Shore

Cantabria Shore

Cantabria photos: photojordi, Ricardo Lopez Blanco, Felix, Joequin de Alba, Lluis de Haro, Jesus Varillas.

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