Spain’s most unexplored city is a tourist-free, hidden gem to visit in 2022

Despite possessing an enviable location in the Bay of Biscay, some of Spain’s best surfing beaches and a thriving culinary scene, Santander has still gone under the tourist radar.

As the capital of the autonomous Cantabria region, on the north coast of Spain, the city of 200,000 has an atmospheric old town – although many of its medieval buildings were destroyed in a massive fire in 1941.

A beautiful bay with views of rolling green hills and mountains lies on the opposite side of the shore. Unlike the honeypots of Madrid and Barcelona, the city centre is compact enough to walk around, and in the summer months a cooling breeze blows

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