The Peña Cabarga Viewpoint
Half an hour by car from the city, you come to a fabulous spot from which to admire the region.
One of the best panoramas.
If you look up from Paseo de Pereda in Santander, you will see a mountain that watches over the region as if it were its guardian: it is the Peña Cabarga Massif. If you climb to the top of it, you will have a viewpoint at a height of almost 600 metres, perfect for contemplating the surroundings. To the north, you will see the bay, with the city and the Cantabrian Sea in the background. To the south, you will see Vega de Pas. Peña Cabarga is located in the Cabárceno Nature Park and has been, on numerous occasions, the final stage of the Vuelta a España cycling race. It is about a 20-kilometre drive to the viewpoint from Santander.
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