Cantabria is a Spanish autonomous community considered “historical community”.
The city of Santander is the capital and the most populous in Cantabria. It has a strong historical link with the Duchy of Cantabria, Asturias de Santillana, the Brotherhood of the Four Towns and the province of the Nine Valleys.
It is located on the Cantabrian coast, the name given to the strip of land between the Cantabrian Sea and the Cantabrian mountain range in the north of the Iberian Peninsula.
The Cantabrian cuisine, thanks to its geographical location, has a selected list of ingredients such as fish and seafood from the Cantabrian Sea, salmon and trout plywood upper basins of the rivers and vegetables from his garden, and his beef cattle.
Within the most outstanding dishes of the region can be found Casserole with Clams, Cocido Montañés, salted anchovies, among others.
Cantabria, thanks to its geographical location, coupled with its great history and culture, is a region full of landscapes and architecture that make this place one of the most beautiful in the country, among which we can mention the Palace of Magdalena, the Capricho de Gaudí, Collegiate of Santa Juliana, Playa del Sardinero, the bridge of San Vicente dela Barquera, among others.