Costa de Cantabria is located on the north coast of Spain in the autonomous region of Cantabria. From beaches, to great architecture, to natural wonders, holiday apartments Costa de Cantabria are surrounded by lots of things to do and see. A starting point for your holiday could be to visit the Capricho building by Antonio Gaudí. The building, designed in the 19th century, includes inspiration taken from nature and music and uses Arab elements on the architecture of the building; the highlight being the cylindrical tower, covered in decorations of sunflowers.
A great place to visit from holiday rentals Costa de Cantabria is the Altamira Cave. The cave has a main gallery, side hall and main entrance and is around 270 meters long with an irregular shape. Inside the cave you'll be able to see some fine examples of prehistoric rock art as the drawings, created by red-coloured ochre and outlined in black, are around 14,000 years old. The drawings are of animals like bison and boar and the caves are now designated as a world heritage site.
For a city stop on your holiday to holiday apartments Costa de Cantabria, head to the Cantabrian capital Santander. The city, situated along the bay and overlooking the Cantabrian Sea, has many points of interest such as the cathedral, the lighthouse and La Magdalena, a royal residence. Along the coastline are some great beaches too which include El Sardinero and La Salve; here you can practise surfing and windsurfing.
If you fancy travelling around the north of Spain a little more from holiday rentals Costa de Cantabria, the autonomous community of Basque Country is very close by and accessible, as is the popular city of Bilbao.