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Santona Puerto, Santona
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  • From main dock, from where depart the boats to travel around the Bay, Laredo and Santoña, walked all that is the ride up to the Napoleonic, from the end of the port fortresses. a walk next to the sea and travel easy. When you reach the main fortress, invite us to an expesicion of the history of Santoña and their customs. There part of the excurson to the lighthouse of the horse, travel for people prepared in the conflicts of the hiking not for amateurs. Tour hard. There are other travel more affordable to see Napoleonic fortresses, more easy and Nice also.
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  • I love walking by them ports, see them tools of fishing and if can be, to the people in their occupations. Also I like the ports of recreation and Santoña has them two kinds of mooring. They are very modern, but I like to visit them.
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  • Despite the rainy day that left me and my family, we toured throughout the Bank of Santoña from the port up to the fortress. There are small beaches when the tide is low. You're walking on the edge of the sea seeing Laredo on the other side (you can cross by ferry). The last area of the route climbed all the stairs (do not recommend it to people who are tired, by the physical effort that requires) but the views are breathtaking.
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