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A sandy city beach with blue water and nice surroundings. You'll mostly find locals bathing in the sun, swimming along the sea shore or playing the local cantabrian "palas" sport (sort of tennis meets ping-pong)
This small cove and beach is just before entrance to Peninsula de la Magdalena and almost joins with Playa del Sardinero to its left. The beach derives its name from the rock “camel” which you can make out at certain times of the tide -...More
Playa del Camello can hardly be missed on your way to Peninsula de Magdalena that most tourists visit during their stay. We went by it several times during our time in town as it is judged to be the perfect measure of tide and ebb....More
Went to this beach after reading positive reviews on TripAdvisor. The views were devine and the beach was beautiful and clean. The option to rent a sunbed for the day is available at only €5 each. We thoroughly enjoyed relaxing on this beach. There isn't...More
I had seen a view of this beach and I was attracted by the rock formation on the sea that named this beach: The beach of the camel “Playa del Camello.”
It had rained quite a lot last night and once at Santander, the weather...More