Rural tourism with taste of Cantabria
Location: Cantabria is one of the autonomous communities that are uniprovinciales. It is located to the North of the Iberian peninsula. The life of its citizens revolves around the Cantabrian Sea covering all its costs and in which many people live.
Municipalities: Composed of a hundred or so villages where the most important is the capital Santander. The climate of the region is mainly mild in summer and in winter low temperatures, it is areas with more rain in Spain.
What to see? Cantabria has many monuments that concentrate a large number of visits throughout the year. Thus for example may turn to the caves of Altamira, where there are remains of the first inhabitants on the continent, also you can see others such as the Magdalena Palace and the Collegiate Church of Santillana del Mar.
What to eat? Mountain stew is the dish most characteristic of Cantabria with ingredients such as beans or cabbage along with sausages like chorizo, blood sausage and bacon.
Where to stay? In Cantabria there are several options to be able to stay in different towns and cities that exist throughout its territory.
How to get? To get to the region should do so by any motorways or highways that connect it with other autonomous communities. Alternatively, you can get by train or by bus. It has an airport with few flights near Santander.
Cantabria, a jewel of rural tourism
Location: The autonomous community of Cantabria is located in the north of the Iberian peninsula. It borders other regions such as Asturias, Castilla and Leon and the Basque country, while its coastline is in the Cantabrian Sea.
Municipalities: The community is composed of 102 municipalities, including the Santander capital and San Vicente de la Barquera and others.
What to see: In Cantabria you can enjoy the beach, mountain and monuments which are part of the history of the Iberian peninsula. The Playa el Sardinero in Santander attracts many tourists during the summer, you can choose to go hiking on many rural roads.
What to eat: Typical dishes are for example the stews with meats such as beef that are raised on different farms.
Where to stay: In the tourist towns there are many possibilities such as as bed and breakfasts, hotels, and many houses and apartments to rent.
How to get there: To get to Cantabria, roads or motorways will take you there from different parts of the peninsula. You can also arrive by plane at the airport of Santander, or by train.