Museo Marítimo del Cantábrico
Península de la Magdalena
These parklands are perfect for a stroll and popular with picnickers. Kids will enjoy the seals and penguins and the little train that...
For post-pub clubbing (around 3.30am or 4am), this inner-city house hang-out attracts a boisterous and fairly young crowd.
Probably the best restaurant in town, Serbal is an elegantly understated place beneath a brick apartment block. It offers imaginative...
Lonely Planet review
If seafaring is your thing, visit the maritime museum near the bay beaches. The four floors cover all facets of Cantabria's relationship with the sea, and include an aquarium. The maritime history section is perhaps the most interesting, dealing with, for example, the Roman port of Portus Victoriae. The 60-tonne whale skeleton is a star attraction.