GET TO KNOW SANTANDER
Santander is a city that harmoniously combines its urban environment with all that is essential in Cantabria: nature, tradition, landscape, and gastronomy. You can relax on the Sardinero beach, admire the city’s natural harbor at the Botín Centre, surf in Somo, and listen to the sound of the sea at the Cabo Mayor lighthouse.
How to get to Santander?
If you decide to come to Santander by car, you should know that the city has an excellent road network, including the A-8 Cantabrian motorway and the A-67 Cantabria-Meseta motorway.
At RENFE, located in the Plaza de las Estaciones, Renfe connects Santander with Palencia, Valladolid, Madrid and Alicante.
The bus station is located in the city centre, opposite the Renfe-Adif Renfe stations. This service allows the city to be connected both nationally and internationally.
Seve Ballesteros-Santander airport offers both domestic and international flights.
BY BOAT OR MOTORBOAT
The city of Santander has important maritime traffic. Brittany Ferries offers weekly connections with Plymouth and Porstmouth.