The town, the Anchovy Capital of Spain, is really quiet, absolutely typically Spanish, almost no tourists out of season, pleasant walks along the main promenade and the fishing port itself. There is the usual myriad of pleasant little cafes for sipping and people watching, equally many small restaurants that do really a good value Menu del Dia, plenty of delicatessens... 更多
We got the Villa Fulca from Laredo to Santona. The poster in the bus stop outside our accommodation is out of date and we arrived just as the boat was leaving so had to wait for the next one. The man at the port was friendly and helpful but spoke no English. We caught the boat at 2pm and it... 更多
We spent 10 days in Santona and I walked along the promenade every day. Lots of local people were out exercising themselves. Children enjoyed jumping in the sea and my son joined in with some local children doing this. A beautiful town.
We found the Paseo Maritimo to be quite lovely. Clean surroundings, fresh air and the possibility to cross the water over to Laredo by Ferry. It's not commercially developed as there are no bars or restaurants along the promenade. But there's a short walk to city center where you will find lots of coffee shops and restaurant to eat a... 更多
The walk along Santona Puerto is lovely you can take a Ferry across to Laredo or go for a round trip around the bay.Do walk up to the harbour past the bull ring and watch the fishermen loading their nets onto their boats its a a great experience
Beautiful long promenade with busy fishing port at one end. Anchovies are caught & canned in abundance here. There is... 更多