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Santoña & Santander: Cantabrian Breeze
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Santoña & Santander: Cantabrian Breeze

We will depart Bilbao early morning, direction Santoña to arrive at this little fishing village. There, we will visit a traditional canned anchovy’s company. We will learn about the manufacturing process of this high quality Cantabrian product while discovering the importance of the canning industry in the town and its evolution during the twentieth century.<br>Then, we will go to Santander, capital of the autonomous community of Cantabria, a cozy and quiet coastal city, with a wide bay facing south whose beauty has made it considered one of the most beautiful bays in the world. We will make a panoramic visit to the city and have free time to enjoy it.<br>Return to Bilbao and finish about 2:30pm.
$79.09 per adult
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Simona S wrote a review Dec 2015
Bilbao, Spain189 contributions52 helpful votes
We first started walking the promenade and wanted to see where it takes us. After a long enjoyable walk by the sea we saw there were stairs going up the mountain so we followed them. We didn't make it till the top but we did enjoy some spectacular views from the old ruins. There are several routes to get to the top but we preferred the easy one. If you have the time, prepare for some climbing but it will be all worth it. Panoramic view of Laredo, beaches and the sea.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Pepusina wrote a review Sep 2014
Leeuwarden, The Netherlands342 contributions76 helpful votes
There are many routes to walk, we took the easiest i guess, but the way down to the light house was quite hard, well the way up i mean. 700 huge stone steps, but worth to try.
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