Isolated in the north of Spain with 173,000 inhabitants, Santander stretches along a vast bay. It is a very pleasant port town and seaside resort, thanks in particular to its exceptional beaches. Santander, founded in the year 26 BC. J.-C, and titled Cité in January 9, 1755, will also satisfy travelers in search of history and mountains. Like the Altamira Cuevas, absolutely unique caves classified as World Heritage by UNESCO.
Title photo:The Royal Palace of La Magdalena is located on the Magdalena Peninsula, opposite the island of Mouro, it was built between 1909 and 1911, by popular subscription, to house the Spanish royal family; It is located where the ancient fortress of San Salvador de Hano was located. It is the work of architects Javier González Riancho and Gonzalo Bringas Vega. (Photo author: santiago lopez-pastor . Source: flickr)
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Very beautiful place.