Cabezón de la Sal
If you’re thinking of planning a getaway to Cantabria in what is known as Green Spain, you can look forward to enjoying a trip full of natural landscapes, excellent gastronomy and a unique artistic and architectural heritage. This northern part of Spain is home to various prehistoric caves, of which the most famous of all is Altamira, awarded the World Heritage designation and known as the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistoric Art”.
How to Get There
Highway A8, exit 249, to Cabezón de la Sal.
Cabezón de la Sal: Plan your journey by public transport
Railway station in the town of Torrelavega, region of Castilla y León, Spain.
Santander Airport in the region of Cantabria, Spain.
Cabezón de la Sal weather forecast
|Cabezón de la Sal, España||59°F clear sky|
Wind 3 mph, WSW
Pressure 773.32 mmHg
Places to go
Prellezo Beach, “Berellín”, no more than 20minutes from the hotel, close to Asturias.
San Vicente de la Barquera
Fishing village on the Cantabria occidental coast, in the environment of the Oyambre Natural Park.
Cambera de los Moros Roman Road
Cambera de los moros, calzada romana de Bustiguado, Valdaliga, Carrejo, Cantabria
Loma Pelada Route
This Route is a 12 km from the hotel, 1o minutes.
The Cambera of the Moors. Located in the Valdaliga between San Vicente Valdáliga and Bustriguado. It belongs to the Roman period, although the road fell into disuse in the S. XVI when the Real road construction.
Built in zig-zag, to bridge a gap in the area, are preserved 1690 m that appear intermittently along the route. Very nice view, even a perfectly clear day you can see the coast. Today we continue to work with fields of work, and archeology students come from all over Europe. In San Vicente del Monte, near the youth hostel is the Information Center.
Distance/Time: The route marking, medium-high hardness, a distance of about 14 km. with a vertical drop of 600m and last approximately 4-5 hours.
Villa marinera entre Santillana del Mar y San Vicente de la Barquera.
One of the most beautiful and best known of Cantabria.
A magnificent architectural complex surrounded by a natural environment and landscape of emergency.
Visits necessary to know;
Sobrellano Palace, the Chapel, The Pontifical Univerdidad, The Ram, Monument to the Marques de Comillas, The fishing port, the beach, etc.
Distance/Time: 10 minutes from the hotel.
The town of Comillas, is located on the western coast of Cantabria, 48 kilometers from Santander, between the renowned tourist villages of Santillana del Mar and San Vicente de la Barquera, with which forms the tourist hub inexcusable for those who want to know the community Cantabria autonomous