Hotel Hiblanc

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Carretera Parayas, Km 3.5, Maliano, Santander, Cantabria, 39600, Spain
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Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Monument to Pedro Velarde (Santander, Spain)Monument to Pedro Velarde (Santander, Spain)

Cathedral (Santander, Spain)Cathedral (Santander, Spain)

Paseo de Pereda and 'Corconera'.Paseo de Pereda and 'Corconera'.

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Forum Posts

Bank holiday arrival

by mimi_Mc

Hola a todos!
We will arrive in Santander by ferry on 28th July which we understand is a bank holiday. What are bank holidays like in Spain? Will we be able to buy basic provisions like milk? We are renting a casa in Viveda to the west of Santander.
Un saludo
mimi_Mc

Re: Bank holiday arrival

by milugares

I just checked and 28th July is bank holiday in Cantabria.
Being high season you might be able to find some small shop open in the morning near the ferry terminal in Santander to buy bread and milk, but I guess supermarkets and shops will be closed. To be on the safe side, better bring essentials with you.

Re: Bank holiday arrival

by elpariente

In Santander the Saint Patron Santiago ( 25th of July) and during one week there are "Fiestas"
The 28th is the last day and you have the last bullfight of the Santander season ( see : http://www.toros-santander.es/toros-santander/programa/ ) , in addition you may have music in some of the squares in Santander and other activities
On the 28th , they are celebrating The Institutions day in all Cantabria , so most of the big stores and shops will be closed . As it is Summer time probably you will find some small local shop in Viveda where you may get the basic things

Have a good Hollidays!!!!!
Buenas vacaciones !!!!!!

Travel Tips for Santander

Orientation in Santander

by DanielF

Santander is built on a hilly peninsula, which means that the sea is always present, be it the calm waters of the Bay of Santander, or the fierce open sea of the Bay of Biscay.

The city is long and narrow and most of the streets are very steep. Luckily, the majority of the sights of interest for the tourist are at sea level. The historical core of the city was entirely rebuilt after the 1941 fire and does not have many attractions. The Western part of the city is basically occupied by residential developments with little or none artistic value, so you will spend most of your time to the East of the City Hall.

Lining the port, the Paseo de Pereda and Paseo de Castelar are two elegant avenues where Santanderinos and tourists love to stroll. From the Festival Hall, a long and scenic road connects the centre of the city with el Sardinero neighbourhood, which has some of the best beaches in the city. This area is usually very crowded in Summer, but much quieter in the colder months.

Check the "Must do tips" for ideas on itineraries in Santander.

Umbrella

by chemolari

Yes. It rains in Santander. Ever wondered why the region is so green ? Bring an umbrella. Chances are you will use it!Also, if you go to the interior of the region, be aware of the mosquitos. Cantabria is humid in summer. Mosquitos love that. By the coast mosquitos are less frequent.

Barrio Pesquero

by Redang

Barrio Pesquero or Fishing District: In 1.943, due to the old port (Puerto Chico) became too small, they built some houses for the fishermen. Now, it's a popular place with some Casas de Comidas (restaurants).

Where: Dársena de Maliaño, on the west of the city.

Municipal Fine Art Museum

by nhcram

The museum which is next to the city library has rooms spread over 4 floors.
It has an important number of works by local artists but its most important painting is Goya’s portrait of Ferdinand V11

The cathedral cloisters

by chrishc

The cathedral had really nice cloisters. It was a very popular spot for newly weds . . . while we were there about three newly married couples arrived to have their photos taken. They seemed to have been married elsewhere and come just for pictures.

Maybe it was the only dry spot in town!

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