What to expect from our campsites in Cantabria
When you pitch up on a stay at one of our top campsites in Cantabria, you’ll find that you’ll be ideally placed to explore both the captivating coast and the sublime landscapes of the inland areas.
After you’ve been warmly welcomed onsite by the friendly and polite staff, you can make your way to your accommodation. Occupying spacious and private emplacements, our accommodation options provide a relaxing and comfortable place to rest between fun-filled days out in the region.
Take the time to explore the great camping amenities at our destinations including swimming pools, recreational facilities and in some cases, exciting clubs for young campers.
Things to do when camping in Cantabria
Although less sun-soaked than the strands of Costa Brava and Costa Dorada, the beaches in Cantabria are arguably more beautiful. The coast is lined with fine sandy beaches, the lovely turquoise waters of the Bay of Biscay and magnificent cliffs. Wonderful examples can be found at Sardinero, Playa de los Bikinis, Playa de Langre and Playa de La Concha.
A highlight of the region, the inland sprawls of green countryside are a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors, whether you are eager to walk, hike or cycle in discovery of Cantabria.
Truly unforgettable days out in the heart of wholesome nature can be enjoyed in the Cantabrian Mountains, Los Picos de Europa National Park and Saja-Besaya Natural Park. Venture underground for some amazing subterranean sights and view prehistoric cave paintings at El Pendo Caves and the Cave of Altamira.
Numerous sleepy and quaint villages that ooze charm and Cantabrian culture are dotted throughout the region including the captivating towns of Comillas, Santillana del Mar, Liérganes and San Vicente de la Barquera. The principal city of the region is Santander that features plenty of tourist attractions including Palace of La Magdalena, Centro Botin, Museum of Prehistory and Archaeology of Cantabria and Mataleñas Park.
Culture vultures will revel at the chance to visit plenty of historically rich and insightful sights in the region such as the El Capricho de Gaudí House, Sobrellano Palace and the Monastery of San Sebastian of Hano or Montehano.
Young children and teenagers will be keen to learn what fun things they can do in Cantabria, and will be happy to know they will be well catered for. An exciting and educational day is in store at Ecomuseum Fluviarium of Liérganes, Santillana del Mar Zoo and the Cabarceno Natural Park.
With so much to do on a
camping holiday in Cantabria
for the all ages, it’s the perfect place for an outdoor escape with the whole family. Discover one of Spain’s best-kept secrets.