Cantabria Sports & Outdoors

  • Sports & Outdoors
    by elpariente
  • Sports & Outdoors
    by elpariente
  • Sports & Outdoors
    by elpariente

Cantabria Sports & Outdoors

  • La Isla to Villaviciosa 22.5k

    We had an early start and unfortunately there was nowhere open for breakfast, so we left La Isla and after a small problem picking up the route we arrived at Covian and from there onto the town of Colunga on a mixture of tracks and minor roads – Here we found a bar open for breakfast before continuing on, uphill, on minor roads to Pernus, then,...

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  • Ribadesella to La Isla 19.5k

    Bob and Cal arose early and made Stevie and myself Bacon Butties for breakfast, Birgit being a vegetarian didn’t partake, then after saying our fond farewells and thanking them for their kind hospitality we set off, crossing the road bridge and stopping at a pharmacy to by a heavy duty knee brace and then continuing through the suburbs of...

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  • Ribadesella

    After packing, but not checking out of the pension, Birgit, Stevie and myself all went out for breakfast, then I took myself to the “Abiatori”, It took a good 10 minutes for the reception staff to register me using my European health card (E111), I was then shown to a waiting room and by bottom had barely touched the chair when a young lady doctor...

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  • Celorio to Ribadesella (24k)

    After taking our bread and jam breakfast on the balcony we set off along the coast on a minor road to Barro, my knee was very painful and the pace was very slow. then the route heads inland and after a while crosses the M-Way, here there is a very useful bar on the slip road that was open, so we took advantage of this for a proper breakfast before...

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  • La Franca to Celorio (Approx 24K)

    After a reasonable breakfast we set off on minor roads through some nice countryside with occasional glimpses of the sea. The route, mainly sticking to minor roads and taking us through several small villages and hamlets - Then after some time we came to the nice little fishing port of Llanes (All Facilities) – Here we went into a small shops and...

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  • San Vicente de la Barquera - La Franca...

    After taking breakfast in the bar beneath the Hospedaje we followed the route steeply out of San Vicente de la Barquera on a minor road which then levels off to La Acebosa, then after crossing a more major road the route takes you very steeply uphill before levelling out and then undulating to the village of Serdio, (Albergue available) alas the...

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  • Cobreces to San Vicente de la Barquera...

    The Hospitalario appeared about 7.30 to make our breakfasts, these consisted of Coffee and Magdalena Cakes, we were a bit disappointed that there was no toast, but at least there was plenty of coffee !! We then made our way out of town and “The Way” first of all mainly on roads to the town of Venta de Tramallon (all facilities) and then on passing...

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  • Cudon to Cobreces (25k)

    We arose soon After 7, and as La Cantina wasn’t open, set off on “The Way” following a large pipe track downhill, Shortly we spied a bar just off the route that was open, Bar Vielo, so we popped in there for some breakfast before continuing, passing through Requejada and Bareda on a road, then after crossing rail and river bridges we turned left...

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  • Santander to Cudon - (Approx 21k)

    We arose at 7 and checked out and soon found a bar open and had our breakfasts, Toast, Butter and jam washed down with a wonderful large cup of coffee. Then we picked up the route of “The Camino Norte” which was well waymarked with signs in the pavement. My Big Rucksack already felt heavy so I had to stop several times to attempt to adjust it. The...

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  • Arriving in Santander and obtaining...

    SantanderI awoke soon after 7 and put my watch forward by one hour to Spanish time and when Stevie arose, we made our way back to The Self Service Restaurant for breakfast, there was a full English on offer at a reasonable price so we availed ourselves of that before heading out on deck, it was a beautiful spring morning and very soon the...

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  • My Daily Stages

    In the tips below I intend to write up each daily stage as we chose to split this Camino – We had a reasonable amount of time available to us, so didn’t walk Long days, then unfortunately I started to suffer with a knee problem, so we were forced into cutting the distance down again – Anyway, I hope that it is of use to some of you.

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  • Canoeing

    Canoeing (traineras) is a traditional sport in all the fishing towns of North Spain, mainly in Cantabria and the Basque Country. There are competitions where the different cities and towns can measure their strength. In spite of the fact that they seem to be more popular in the Basque Country than in anywhere elese, Castro-Urdiales has been the...

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Cantabria Hotels

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  • Hotel Bahia de Santander

    The Bahía is a classic in the Santander hotel business. The building collapsed while undergoing...

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  • Parador de Santillana Gil Blas

    At the entrance to the historic and pedestrian only centre of Santillana del Mar we were halted by a...

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  • Casa Cayo

    c/ Cántabra no. 6, Potes, 39570, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • El Tejo

    Paseo De Solatorre, 3, Comillas, 39520, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Don Ramon

    Playa De Meron s/n, San Vicente de la Barquera, 39540, Spain

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Cortijo

    Gonzalez Gallego 3, Laredo, 39770, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Posada Campo

    Plaza de la Cuba 28, Suances, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Maritimo Ris Hotel & Apartments

    Paseo Maritimo, 5, Noja, 39180, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Husa Wuppertal

    Avda Solvay 99, Torrelavega, 39300, ES

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

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