San Sebastian is located in the middle of a bay in the Cantabrian Sea between Monte Igueldo and Monte Urgull. The most beautiful aspect of this city is its location, with excellent panoramic views from the previously mentioned hills.
The Monastery of Loyola built next to the old one of San Ignacio (St Ignatius of Loyola), founder of the order of the Jesuits. The Basilica has a dome 65 meters high.
The Sanctuary of the Patroness of Gipuzkoa, Our Lady of Aranzazu. The church is
located about 800 meters high in a wonderful place. The current building date back to 1955 and has a tower 40 meters high.
Situated in the Territory of Bizkaia, the city is surrounded by fertile landscapes, with forests, mountains, beaches, and steep coasts that make Bilbao an excellent destination with many attractions.
Santander is the second most important tourist centre on the Cantabrian coast after San Sebastián. The most remarkable avenues and sites to mention are the Paseo de Pereda, the Cathedral, the City Hall, the Madalena Park and the Royal Palace.
Santillana del Mar situated on the northern route of the Pilgrim’s Road to Santiago de Compostela. It is a beautiful medieval town which was developed around the collegiate church of Santa Maria.
Following the course of the river Deba, you will arrive in Fuente Dé about 1.000 meters high, where a cable car that takes you to an altitude of 1.800 meters. From the terminal platform of the Mirador of the Cable Car a spectacular landscape can be viewed and is located at the foot of the Picos de Europa.
The tower of Oviedo’s Cathedral probably marks the starting point of any tour of the provincial capital. Built in the flamboyant Gothic style, its tower, rose window and entrance portico guard the greatest symbols of Asturias.
You will see the coastal towns of Cudillero – a picturesque fishing port; Luarca- a quiet town with white houses and Ribadeo.
Santiago de Compostela is the final destination on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route and its old town has the UNESCO World Heritage City.