Hospedaje Magallanes

Magallanes 22, Santander, Cantabria, 39007, Spain
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The fine palace built in the early 1900's.The fine palace built in the early 1900's.

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How to get to 'Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabarceno' without a car?

by blakrob


We're going to Santander shortly as a family of four. We will have no car with us. How can we travel to/from the 'Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabarceno' by public transport or, if we have to take a taxi, how much will it cost?

Also, can you recommend anything else which we would enjoy doing in Santander or the surrounding area (i.e. anywhere that's accessible by train/bus/short taxi ride) at this time of year (possibly indoors in case the weather's bad).

Finally, is there a swimming pool in Santander we can pay to use (e.g. a hotel pool which non-hotel members can pay to use)?

Thanks a lot.

Re: How to get to 'Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabarceno' without a car?

by Walker30s

You can take a bus to Potes or all the way to Fuente De to visit the National park of Picos de Europa. In Potes you should taste queso picón, the best blue cheese in the world. And the views over the Picos are fantastic. The area is called "little Switzerland" thanks to the Alps-like views.
The bus ride through the gorge of La Hermida will be an experience;-)

Re: How to get to 'Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabarceno' without a car?

by elpariente

To go to Cabarceno , you may take a bus on the Bus. Station to a village called Sarón , but you must stop in Obregón , the driver will tell you as soon as you ask him about Cabarceno
There are several swimming pools in Santander that you may use , but I should recommend you to go to the beach , you can access to them easily . Though somebody swims all around the year the water is cool , but from the end of May up to end of September the water temperature is better
Soplado Caves very are nice but will be at least one hour driving
The visits will depend in the age of your children and their likes

Parque de Cabárceno : http://www.parquedecabarceno.com/ ( sorry it is in Spanish)

El Soplao cave : http://www.elsoplao.es/ ( English )

Santander : http://www.turismoensantander.es/ ( Sorry only in Spanish )

Cantabria : http://www.turismodecantabria.com/ ( English )

Buen viaje !!!

Travel Tips for Santander

Visit the beautiful Beaches...

by wiegandg

Visit the beautiful Beaches where you can find excellnet conditions for swimming, diving, windsurfing and gambling in the casino nearby. Take a Walk through the Parks of Peninsula Matalena in the Paseo Pereda. Visit the Cathedral and the oceanic museum. More tips below. When I first came to Santander, I didn´t expect anything from this place, because I wanted to work in Andalucia. But after the first days I fell in love with this beautyful town and the nice people there.
Just stay open-minded, take a walk in the city centre,
get some tapas in the pubs and let it flow !

San Juan

by chemolari

Although now is considered a religious celebration, the celebration of San Juan has its roots in the pagan tradition which probably started when Spain was populated by celtic people. The original idea was to celebrate the beginning of summer but with time it degenerated to a religious celebration of Saint John.
It's celebrated the night of June 23rd and the tradition is to make a big fire at every town. In Santander the fire is done in the beacjhch of El Sardinero at night. After a couple of beers, people start jumping the fire and of course accidents happen ...

Taking a walk around the...

by sdkauf

Taking a walk around the coastline from the city to the light house you will see many oppurtunities to take some wonderful photographs. If you have any questions about the city, you can e-mail me at kaufman.124@osu.edu.

The park in peninsula of Magdalena

by LanaFromRiga

It is possible to take a bycicle or touristical train, butI advice you to enjoy hiking in the park of Magdalena. Children will have a great posibility to have fun in playgrounds and watching animals in a small zoo. Everything is for free.

My favourite building

by chrishc

Finally managed to get a reasonable picture of the post office building by creeping up behind it on the cathedral steps. Managed to get the wind at my back to stop rain getting on the camera.

I thought this was a lovely building which reminded me more of a villa than something you would expect from a post office.


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