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Marina Puerto Deportivo Santander, Cantabria, Spain
Santander Marina is also known as Puerto Deportivo Santander and it is located in the city with the same name,being recognised all over the world, for its fame, its beauty, the surreal panoramas and the endless possibilities of spending an amazing time. It is located in the region of Cantabria, representing the capital of this historic region and iut is bordered by Gijon and Bilbao. The city of Santander is a combination of natural environment, modern buildings, thrilling and beaches, culture and history all together. Travellers who will stop in this marina will want to admire the Monument Los Raqueros, the Edificio del Blanco Santander, the Mural de Sotileza and many more. The amusement activities are encountered at every step in Santander, so this can be an active and relaxing journey. This is the perfect destination for a city break and active tourists will have a lot of fun here while enjoying the beaches, boat trips and sightseeing tours.
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Attractions in this region
Cantabria is one of the autonomous communities that is located on Spanish territory and an important historical region in this country. The famous city of Santander is the capital of the region and an important marina where large vessels and yachts moor each year. Being situated on the northern coast of Spain, it is bordered by the Basque Autonomous Community, Castille and Leon, the Principality of Asturias and the Cantabrian Sea. This part of the country is known as the Green Spain, due to the luxuriant vegetation.
From a historical point of view, it is one of the richest territories in Spain from an archaeological point of view. The travellers who are passionate about history and archaeology will be fascinated by the ancient sites, such as the ruins and the well preserved parts that date from the Upper and Lower Palaeolithic. According to historical sources, this territory was first mentioned in 195 BC, when its relief was described and appreciated. As most of t... more info