La Tahona de Besnes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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.
We departed our home base in the Medieval town of Santillana del Mar for the Altamira cave and the nearby coastline of this area of Spain called Cantabria. Paleolithic artists painted the caves with images of animals, people and designs. The museum there was very interesting as well. The rest of our day was spent exploring the coastline. We travelled the ...
We left San Sebastian today and travelled by the coastal road. We stopped at the town of Getaria which sits on a small peninsula jutting out from the coastline into the Bay of Biscay. The view of the town overlooking its small port was lovely. This Basque village is quite proud of its native son Juan Sebastian Elcano, the first man to sail around the world. ...
... his goods. He was selling anything from fruit to toilet paper to house dresses! We just had to buy some fruit, so we could say that we did business with a gypsi on our trip!
One of the most beautiful areas in northern Spain is the Peaks of Europe. We spent a beautiful afternoon driving up the countryside seeing the cows, sheep, ...