The Medieval Village of Santillana del Mar

Santa Juliana
Plaza de Ramón Pelayo
Beach near St Vicente
St Vicente de la Barquera marooned on both sides by the sea


Medieval buildings Cobbled streets The little village of Santillana del Mar, with its cobblestone streets and its ancient buildings, gives you a feeling of timelessness Colegiata church of Santa Juliana is from the 12th century Plaza de Ramón Pelayo Little souvenier shop This wide beach is popular with surfers. San Vicente de la Barquera is an old fishing village on a wide estuary, overlooked by medieval ramparts and the Gothic Romanesque church of Nuestra Senora de los Angeles. The harbour at night marooned on both sides by the sea, entered across a long causeway. From the hill above, an impressive Ducal Palace and Romanesque-Gothic Church.      

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