El Molino de Tresgrandas
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After two months in Spain our trip is nearly over. Last stop is the coastal town of Suances just west of Santander.
With a couple of nice beaches, a picturesque medieval old village, and a prehistoric cave painting site close by we have plenty to keep us busy. But first its the beach.
... tourist cable car which you can use to get up to 2000M but that is not for us! We chose a walk which climbs up through a high pass, across a high alpine meadow, and the back round the mountain to the start.
The are lots of different walking and climbing options so nex time we will do more...
... but we chose the walk through the gorge. Fabulous mountain scenery with Griffon vultures circling overhead. The once remote village is now has bars and restaurants catering for the walkers and the tourists coming up on the train.
A short walk up from the village is the mirador for Picu Urriellu also known as the Naranjo de Bulnes.
... to San Vicente de la Barquera where we enjoyed a tasty lunch with our group. We climbed to the highest spot in town for some wonderful views at a sight of an old church. Later we travelled to the own of Comillas which had a pleasant sandy beach. The waters of the Atlantic ocean here are clean and warm. We enjoyed spending some time in the water at ...
... couple hours at the museum then we were off to todays final destination of the medieval village of Santillana del Mar. Our hosts at the Casa Del Marques settled us into our cozy rooms in time for a short walk around town over to the restaurant Los Blasones. This was a family restaurant with wonderful grilled food. We returned to our rooms after dinner ...