Detached house located opposite the city of Santander, with spectacular views of the bay, is an independent plot of 1000m2. Located in the town of Pedreña, City Hall of Marina de Cudeyo.
The house has 180m2 distributed on two floors, in the first there is a spacious living room of 40m2 with two sofas and 42 "TV area, dining table plus large terrace of 25m2 with table and chairs. The full kitchen with oven and dishwasher. Laundry room and drying rack. Entrance hall and small toilet. On the second floor is the master bedroom with a double bed (180X200cm) with bathroom included in the room and a small walk-in closet. There are two more rooms with two beds each (90X200cm) and another bathroom for these two rooms. It has WIFI.
It is furnished simply but very cozy, comfortable and pleasant for the holidays. It has lots of light in all rooms and a large independent fenced garden of 1000m2 arranged on terraces and a small hillside. The terrain is sloping. There is a table to eat on the street. Total privacy to sunbathe.
On the ground floor is the garage for the car we have observed that the traveler on a slope. It has parking in front of the house or in the same garden.
The reservation of the fortnight (15 full days) or one month (30 days) have a discount with respect to the weeks. Only discount on payments by bank transfer is possible. Consult us
The house began to build it in 1990. The Architects Riancho & Herreros de Santander. It was finished in 1992. It is a new building. It is located at the top of Pedreña called Alto el Cristo. A quiet place throughout the year July and August receives more influx of tourists and on the road to the beaches increases traffic and becomes more populous. It is only 2km from Ribamontan to the sea declared as the first Natural Surf Reserve in Spain and Second in Europe. It is one of the coastal towns of great fame to taste the popular "Sardinas a la plancha" and "Rabas" (breaded squid) quality fish in the bars of the dock 200 meters from the house. It is three minutes from the Real Club de Golf de Pedrena founded in 1928. Four minutes from the Municipal Golf Club of La Junquera, four minutes from the diving school and Marina de Pedreña marina and the CAN nautical activities center with kayak, motor boat rentals, catamarans. 20 minutes from the city of Santander by car and 15m by boat.
300 meters from the house you have access to a small bay beach, ideal for small children or elderly people, there is no danger. This area is unique for practicing Wind Surf if there is wind.
The house is located very close to 15 beaches of the best in the North of Spain. They are spectacular beaches of white and fine sand some open, others collected, family beaches, nudists, wonderful coves hidden in beautiful cliffs. We recommend the traveler always know them. The bath in the Cantabrian is very healthy and recommended since the time of our grandparents, the famous "Baths of Wave" that enjoyed the wealthy classes and kings at the beginning of the century for health. Today we know that our elders were right and it is an ideal therapy to calm the stress for circulation to the skin and colds. The cooler water temperature than in the south and the wave massage improve circulation and promote relaxation. We advise you to bathe every day. You can also enjoy Surf courses in the nearby town 5 minutes away. If possible three days in a row. You can enjoy unbeatable walks and boat trips (daily service every 15m) to the city of Santander and Somo beach.
The house is delivered clean and tidy. Equipped with new bedding and towels. It is ideal for four people. There are beds for 6 people.
We are 45 minutes from the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao on the A8. The principality of Asturias in 2h by the A8.
20 minutes from the Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabárceno. Located in the Western sector of the Natural Park of Peña Cabarga, it houses an enormous variety of fauna, both the native Iberian species of Cantabria (Bears, wolves, deer, chamois, etc.) and many others from Africa and Asia: Gorillas, lions, tigers, giraffes, zebras, elephants, hippos, ostriches, hyenas, monkeys, etc. Characterizing itself in front of other zoos by the ample spaces of which the animals enjoy. It has 750 hectares and was inaugurated in June 1990. It is housed in a former iron mine mining open pit, under a draft environmental restoration. It is one of the most natural zoos in the world. Although we are not supporters of animals in captivity this is semi-freedom. Recommended visit for children. To begin to understand animal diversity and love animals. Very didactic
From the house there are excursions to know the coast and the mountainous region. We leave information.
It is essential to visit the Caves of Altamira (the Neocueva), which was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1985. In 2008, an extension of the nomination was made to 17 other caves in Cantabria, the Basque Country and Asturias, calling itself the group "Cave of Altamira and Paleolithic Rock Art of Northern Spain." The paintings and engravings of the cave belong to the Magdalenian and Solutrean periods mainly and, some others, the Gravettian and the beginning of the Aurignacian. The cave of Altamira was used for several periods, adding 22,000 years of occupation, from about 35,000 to 13,000 years ago, when the main entrance to the cave was sealed by a landslide, all periods within the Palaeolithic higher.
Visit the Picos de Europa Natural Park, (in Fuente De. I recommend going up in the Teleferico). By the Desfiladero de la Hermida to Potes and eat there the typical Cocido Montañes or the Cocido Lebaniego. The Natural Park of Saja -Besaya with the beautiful forests of Hayas (Fagus Silvatica) well preserved and the <Natural Park of Fuentes Carrionas and Fuente del Cobre on the Palentina border and the Pasiega Zone of the Vega de Pas climbing to the Stakes of Trueba (My grandparents and my surname are from there). Eat the Cocido Montañés typical of the Zone. And do the Stake Route of Trueba. Also an excursion to the North of Castile richness of the landscape beautiful light and enormous contrast with Cantabria that is worth to know Spain to two hours of trip from house can be done in the day. Cantabria with an incredible landscape and history keeps samples of a primitive prehistoric megalithic hardly studied and settlements in castros, similar to the Celts, (Celtic Castros) popularly inhabited until the 1st century. The study of the archaeological sites in the area where the cantabros are currently believed to be located reveals, on a Neolithic substratum, objects of characteristic invoices of populations of the Danube region and the funerary culture of Campos de Urnas that could have arrived during the Bronze to settle later, during the second millennium a. C., around the high Ebro. Roman architecture is low compared with other regions of Spain, highlighting the city Julióbriga.
It is understood as mythology of Cantabria that comes from the ancient Cantabrians, a Pre-Roman people who inhabited a more extensive territory than the current autonomous community and that was scarcely Romanized. The old Cantabria can be divided into a territory (coast of Cantabria and Asturias to the river Sella) and another interior (north of Palencia and Burgos and southern Cantabria). The Cantabrians ended up being highly influenced by the Celtic culture, and their language was fundamentally Celtic, and therefore Indo-European. Cantabria was known in the third century BC. C., which would allow to date its genesis between the end of the Bronze Age and the beginning of the Iron Age. From that writing of Catón, the appointments of Greek and Latin historians and geographers are numerous, mainly during their resistance in the Cantabrian Wars, name with which the Cantabrian and Astures wars against Rome are known.
Christianity ended up prevailing in Cantabria as the predominant religion during the Middle Ages, although it was not easy for the Cantabrians to abandon their ancient rituals and pagan traditions. However, there is an extensive number of Medieval Christian Necropolis in the region; The largest religious-cultural heritage Cantabrian outside the architecture is the Camino Lebaniego, which joins the Roads of Santiago del Norte with the French and goes to the Monastery of Santo Toribio de Liébana, in the municipality of Camaleño, where a Lignum Crucis is conserved . The Camino de Santiago del Norte also passes through Cantabria.
In the territory, redoubt Visigodo before the Arab invasion of the peninsula, samples of Mozárabe architecture are observed; its maximum exponent is the church of Santa María de Lebeña.
The Romanesque in the Cantabrian valleys remained in force for a long time due to the geographic isolation of the region.
It is worth doing a route and visit the monastery of Santo Toribio de Liebana, Collegiate Church of San Martin de Elines, Collegiate Church of Cervatos, Santa Maria de Piasca, Collegiate Church of Santa Juliana in Santillana del Mar, Medieval village very well preserved must be visited. Collegiate church of castañeda. A route to Santo Domingo de Silos, in Burgos, its beautiful Gregorian Cantos and its 12th century cloister. It is a unique and unparalleled mountainous region that holds many secrets when the runs. We leave information in the c