Here, you will find a perfect combination between history, nature and gastronomy, which makes it an ideal destination for any type of traveler.
The strategic situation of Hotel Valle de Arco, allows access in a few minutes to the places of greatest tourist attraction in Cantabria and Asturias, from which only 7 km separate us.
San Vicente de la Barquera, a fishing village with dream views, is known for its rich history and natural beauty. The city is famous for its old town, for its church of Santa Maria de los Ángeles and its impressive castle of the medieval King that is located in the center of the city. It mixes sea, beach, shellfish, mountains and history. Closely linked to the sea and fishing, San Vicente de la Barquera is possibly the quintessential fishing village in Cantabria. The entire city has grown around its fishing port, which prints its stamp on the gastronomy of the area and its popular festivals.
Obligatory visit, emblematic of the historic center, also highlighting the Capricho de Gaudí, the Sobrellano Palace, the Pontifical University.
Comillas combines the best of nature and the most charming architecture. Modernists such as Gaudí, Martorell or Llimona left their mark on the fishing town, the Pontifical University is a living witness to the evolution of architectural styles in its three disparate buildings, the cobbled historic center has been designated a Historic-Artistic Site... in short, Comillas It is a small but concentrated town, which deserves a thorough tour. Each of its corners is a satisfaction for the visitor. Comillas, is the whim of Cantabria. We recommend visiting the Paseo Marítimo and its beach, an excellent place to walk and enjoy the Cantabrian Sea.
The Council of Llanes, a beautiful Asturian spot, is today one of the largest tourist centers in northern Spain. Its privileged situation, with more than thirty beaches of fine sand, nestled in places of great natural beauty, together with its proximity to the Picos de Europa and its valuable cultural heritage, have made this Council a must for thousands of visitors who, year after year, they come to this land to enjoy its gastronomy, folklore and dealing with its people. Offering the appearance of a historic town, art lovers enjoy its old town, declared a Historic-Artistic Site.
Santillana del Mar, is a living museum of a medieval town developed around the collegiate church of Santa Juliana, although most of its farmhouses correspond to various architectural contributions from the 14th to the 18th centuries.
It is one of the towns with the greatest historical-artistic value in Spain and the main focus of tourist attention in Cantabria, which makes it one of the most visited and attractive places in the region.
Talking about Santillana is also talking about Las Cuevas de Altamira, named a World Heritage Site by Unesco and classified as the Sistine Chapel of rock art. This cave probably contains the most famous prehistoric paintings in the world.
One of the most beautiful, cozy and quiet cities with a wide bay considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Beautiful beaches such as El Sardinero with extraordinary mansions such as the Palacio de la Magdalena, former summer headquarters of the Kings of Spain, today the International University. The Maritime Museum, the Botín Center, Mataleñas Golf Course, its historic center and small port, among others, stand out.
It is the oldest town in Cantabria. It preserves the mountain architecture in its stone houses with flower-filled balconies. Get lost in its streets.