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    Accommodation Santander

    Hi
    just require a bit of advice, i am travelling to spain in Sept and have 2 nights in Santander (at the beginning and end of the tour). Is is better staying centrally in Santander or is there any nearby places anyone can recommend.

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    Jaca is lovely and not far away - or even Pamplona which isn't as nice.

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    Burgos, not too far and very nice.
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    depends on your arrival & departure times.

    I arrive in Santander at 12:15pm by ferry so will ride 100km to Hotel Torrecerredo, Vega de Barrio, s/n, 33554 Las Arenas, Spain. Decided to stay here for a couple of nights after the recommendation here. Half board is just 62 euros a night and right on the edge for the Picos so will have a relaxed day in the mountains knowing someone will cook my dinner on my return. Book direct as cheaper than booking.com

    On my return, the ferry leaves Bilbao at 1030am so I'm staying in the city centre about 20km from the port. Actually staying 2 nights to spend a day in Bilbao doing the tourist thing. Should be easy to get to the port for 9am to check in.
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    Thanks for your help.

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