First of all, Santillana del Mar is a drop-dead gorgeous, medieval town. More and more people are discovering this gem of a town, and it is getting more crowded during the peak time in summer (but it isn't horrible yet). The streets are mostly pedestrian and cobble-stoned, and there are some cute shops and places to eat. The buildings are... 更多
This is a typical old spanish church with a great atmosphere. It is ashame that all explanation is only in spanish. There is nothing in english. As if spain does not need the touri from abroad?
santillana del mar is a must see when in the area and this church is one of its highlights it is so peaceful and takes you right back in history you just want to sit and take it all in
Paid parking is available just outside the village, so in easy walking distance. The church is the highlight of what is a beautiful village with winding cobble streets and ancient well preserved buildings. It had lots tourists and was very busy. The traditional historic architecture of the buildings and the church are great to explore. The church was one of... 更多
You arrive at Santillana del Mar and most leave you vehicle at the parking areas, then walk down the old streets and submerge into the historic complex, at the end of the main street you will come upon this old monastery and church, the entrance to the Colegiata is around the left side of the church, if you like at... 更多
Something to do and not expensive but beware the false signs nearby that draw you in with claims of free entry. No English writting or audio at all!! Considering this is a pay visit dont they want or expect persons who may not read or understand Spanish language
We like looking at old churches and other religious sites and went here during our stay at Santillana del Mar. It's closed on a Monday by the way and then only open a few hours in the morning I think 10 until 12 and then 16.00 to 19.00. The cloisters are beautiful and the church itself very plain which after... 更多
Interesting church and cloister right in the historic part of town. St Barbara is pictured confronting the devil - unusual for a church . The cloister is well preserved - a single storey one with double pillars at each side of the arches. Worth a visit