Cantabria: 6 reasons why
1. Take a walk
Or on a bicycle. If there is something that is not lacking in Cantabria, there are routes, since the province has more than 600 kilometers of marked trails, which can be practiced on foot or by bicycle.
You will find short and simple paths, perfect to do as a family or if you do not have much experience. And also some that require more effort, ideal to challenge the most athletes. Be of the profile that you are your way passes through Cantabria.
2. Know the kingdom of the high mountain
In the western area of the Cantabrian province, the Picos de Europa are the main protagonist. This is the real kingdom of the high mountain, of sports such as mountaineering and paragliding, rafting, equestrian excursions or mountain biking. The king, as it could not be otherwise, is the brown bear.
3. Take the best waves
The typical waves of the Cantabrian Sea allow surfing on many beaches of the province. Get started in this activity on the beach of San Vicente de la Barquera or, if you already have experience, go for the best waves at the Sardinero beach, in Santander, or in Los Locos, in Suances.
4. Presence of geology in action
The coast of Cantabria reflects an overwhelming landscape, in the best of the senses. But beyond that, the geological formations that compose it hide other meanings. The beaches, cliffs, arches, coves and tombs that occur along the coast are a faithful reflection of the evolution of the area. And you can witness it. Thanks to the examples found on the coast, you can understand the origin and history of this land.
5. Enjoy it also in winter
Summer is a perfect season to enjoy adventure sports in Cantabria, but so is winter. In the winter season of Alto Campoo you can practice many snow sports. Also to do guided excursions with snowshoes, even in the light of the moon. Quite an experience!
6. Live with the locals
To travel to Cantabria is to soak up the landscape, merge with it and enjoy it in all possible ways. Look for experiences that teach and fill you, talk to the locals, listen to the stories and legends that are told about the province and, above all, actively enjoy a welcoming and unique land.