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05 May Cóbreces.Cantabria.Spain

Cóbreces is a small village close to the sea and between Novales and Comillas. It can be seen from a distance from the surrounding countryside, mainly due to two religious buildings; the Monastery of Santa María de Viaceli and the church of San Pedro Advíncula ...

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05 Mar From Posada El Cuadrante:Somo to Ajo by Bike

FROM POSADA EL CUADRANTE Somo to Ajo by bike You can cycle east from Somo along the unspoilt coastline.A shorter circuit takes us to the beach at Galizano and then returns along the coast we take very minor roads yet with a good tarmac and  past some...

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23 Mar The Somo Quay.Posada El Cuadrante

Somo to Santander:   As the crow flies, Somo is actually only a very short distance from the capital of Cantabria, Santander which is just a short boat trip across the Bay of Santander. The tour of the centre is probably best done on foot. The trip to...

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31 May Our Posada on the Camino de Santiago

  Greetings from La Posada El Cuadrante to all  pilgrims who are doing the Camino. We are on the “ Northern Way” of the Camino de Santiago in the village of Somo, where pilgrims go to the pier , they take the  Regina´s boat  and in a...

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12 May Novales en Cantabria.

Novales is a small village near to Santillana, known in these parts for its lemon and orange groves. These trees are not really cultivated so far north in Spain and are normally seen down on the Mediterranean coastline.However, Novales seems to enjoy its won peculiar...

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05 Feb Mogrovejo.Cantabria.Spain

  One of the more picturesque villages in the Picos. The village lies at the feet of the 13th century tower of Pedro Ruiz de Mogrovejo and contains many 17th and 18th century noble houses with coats of arms.  ...

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17 Abr Santa María de Lebeña.Cantabrian

This is a Mozarab church. The Mozarabs were Christians who lived under Mulin rule but kept their religion. Their architecture was of course influenced by that of the Muslims, and this can be seen in the horseshoe arches of the church. This particular church was...

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