Cantabria Accommodation - come and take a city break in the beautiful city of Santander
In addition, it also has the benefit of sharing borders with other attractive Spanish holiday regions, namely Castile and Leon, the Basque Country and Asturias, with the Cantabrian Sea and Bay of Biscay to the north. Cantabria’s location between the Atlantic Ocean and the Cantabrian Mountains influence the oceanic climate that it experiences, which includes precipitation. However, the Gulf Stream can have a significant effect, as it creates a more temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters. High winds, colder temperatures and precipitation is more common closer to the mountain range. On the beach, visitors can expect the sun to shine, making both swimming the the sea and relaxing on the beach a pleasant free time experience.