Hotels in Santander
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Santander 203 m from city centre
The Abba Santander hotel is located in the center of Santander, near the train station, the ferry terminal and bus stop.
Hostal La Mexicana
Santander 164 m from city centre
Located 820 feet from Catedral de Santa Maria de la AsunciÃ³n, Hostal La Mexicana offers 24-hour reception, free luggage...
Hospedaje Menendez Pelayo
Santander 343 m from city centre
Featured amenities include laundry facilities and an elevator. Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms. Complimentary...
City House Alisas
Santander 555 m from city centre
By car, taxi or bus. Take the Autovia del Cantabrico and follow signs to the centre and the railway station...
Santander 558 m from city centre
Hospedaje Magallanes offers comfortable accommodations in the center of Santander, 5 minutes' walk from the bus and train...
Pension El Figon
Santander 412 m from city centre
Boasting a restaurant, Pension El Figon is set in Santander in the Cantabria region, 1.4 mi from Puerto Chico and 1.4 mi...
Santander 587 m from city centre
Hostal Liebana is located in the Cantabrian capital of Santander, 656 feet from the port and train station. Rooms come with...
Tourism in Santander
The Sardinero Beaches consist of the Camello Beach, the Concha Beach, and the First and Second Beach of Sardinero which are separated by the Gardens of Piquio. They are all beaches with very fine sand, prepared for the enjoyment of swimmers and also including limited areas for playing games.
The Concha Beach is one of the most popular ones, as it is located downtown of Santander and is accessed by some steps which go down from the promenade. N.B. Dont get confused with the Concha Beach of San Sebastian.
Santander has a beautiful mix of green landscapes and beaches. The north of the city has recently been considered as natural park, which we can visit to observe the bird migration in season, and also nearby are the Natural Park Dunas de Liencres and the Park Cabárceno which is the largest zoo in Europe. This is to mention only some of the local tourist attractions. As for the city itself, Santander has retained some of its old town which was partly destroyed in 1941 by a fire: you can still visit the restored Gothic Cathedral and the archaeological sites that are in the Roman-era Chapel of the Holy Christ.
The city is home to many students and offers a great nightlife during the whole year. The calmest environment is on Carmen Street, but there is something for everyone. Santalucía is one of the most exclusive pubs to have a cool drink but you must go well dressed.To have much more fun, go to the informal local Cañadio at whose Square the youth will meet in summer. Some areas of the town, like Rio de la Pila Street, are now best avoided because in recent years they have turned into an areas of possible conflict which can sour your Santander