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El sardinero seafront

We walked along the boardwalk in Santander early one morning, when the sun was not too hot and the city had not yet woken up. The walk is lovely and the Bay of Biscay was calm. On a sunny day, is impossible to miss a walk along here.
Ignacio Izquierdo
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Paseo maritimo

It is not the Paseo Maritimo Sardinero Santander, as this on the other side of town and not on the beach of Sardinero. However, it is true that if we continue the walk will end in the Magdalena and ah can continue until the Sardinero. This is the area that pulls the port and the Paseo de los wreckers that for those who do not know, are statues of children jumping into the water. For those who do not understand it, refers to marginal raquero children, orphans or humble extraction, who frequented the docks in Santander (Cantabria) during the nineteenth and early twentieth surviving of small thefts and coins that passengers and crew Boats thrown into the sea to bring forth that diving. In this aclaracin I see very clear that "not a Cantabrian you do not understand what is boarding a beachcomber to Cuchus for pindio place."

Paseo marítimo

No se trata del Paseo Marítimo del Sardinero de Santander, pues esta en la otra parte de la ciudad y no en la playa del Sardinero. No obstante, es cierto que si seguimos el paseo terminaremos en la Magdalena y de ahí podremos seguir hasta el Sardinero.
Esta es la zona que tira hacia el puerto y el Paseo de los Raqueros que, para quienes no los conozcan, son estatuas de niños saltando al agua.

Para quienes no lo entiendan, raquero se refiere a niños marginales, huérfanos o de extracción humilde, que frecuentaban los muelles de Santander (Cantabria) durante el siglo XIX y principios del XX sobreviviendo de pequeños hurtos y de las monedas que los pasajeros y tripulantes de los barcos arrojaban al mar para que las sacasen buceando.

En esta aclaración veo muy claro que "No eres de Cantabria si no entiendes lo que es subir a un raquero a cuchus por un lugar pindio".
Patricia Meana
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Winter beach

Travel, wonderful city like everyone espaol north, in the December bridge a couple of years ago, and wandering through this beautiful area Santander I meet people getting into the water ... with the cold that makes this time of ao and northern ... The city generally very nice, impressive dining, and wonderful people ... to return !!!

Invierno playero

Viaje a Santander, ciudad maravillosa como todo el norte español, en pleno puente de diciembre de hace un par de años, y paseando por esta bonita zona me encuentro con gente metiéndose en el agua... con el frio que hace en esta época del año y en el norte...
La ciudad en general muy bonita, la gastronomía impresionante, y la gente maravillosa... para volver!!!
Nazario David Cano Diaz
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Paseo maritimo sardinero

Paseo Maritimo Sardinero

Paseo marítimo del sardinero

Paseo Marítimo del Sardinero
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Walk through el sardinero

Walk from Cape Menor to the Palacio de la Magdalena.

Paseo por el sardinero

Pasear desde Cabo Menor hasta el Palacio de la Magdalena.
Miguel Mazarrasa
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This promenade is located in the most...

This promenade is located in the most luxurious area of ​​Santander, and runs parallel to the characteristic Sardinero Beach, where they went on holiday the most illustrious representatives of the European nobility of the early twentieth century. In mid-July, here is the festival of Baños de Ola, during which recreates the atmosphere of the holiday-makers of the time, with people cheindossa puffy shorts, swimsuits striped door sunshades ... And there's a nice atmosphere, where they place the sand sculpture competition, festivals, fireworks ... And even a seller of pods of those once. The Paseo Marítimo del Sardinero is long (ranging from Magdalena peninsula up to the golf course, then changed its name), it is divided into several sections. Around half of them are the Gardens of Piquio, a garden square, very pleasant, with a viewpoint from which to enjoy an excellent view of the promenade, the beach and the sea. Along the Paseo we can meet a wide variety of outdoor cafes, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, as well as several hotels, the distinctive casino Sardineto (in Plaza de Italy, in front of the same name) and the Auditorium air open (opposite the church of San Roque). At one extreme there is the peninsula of Magdalena with the palace of the same name, in front of the island and its lighthouse Mouro.

Questo lungomare si trova nella zona più lussuosa di Santander, e scorre parallelo alla caratteristica spiaggia del Sardinero, dove andavano in villeggiatura i più illustri rappresentanti della nobiltà europea di inizio Novecento. A metà luglio, qui si svolge la festa dei Baños de Ola, durante la quale si ricrea l'ambiente dei villeggianti di quell'epoca, con la gente cheindossa pantaloncini a sbuffo, costumi da bagno interi a righe, porta parasoli... E c'è una bella atmosfera, in cui hanno luogo il concorso di sculture di sabbia, sagre, fuochi artificiali... E perfino un venditore di cialde di quelli di una volta. Il Paseo Marítimo del Sardinero è lungo (va dalla penisola della Magdalena fino al campo da golf, poi cambia nome), per cui è diviso in vari tratti. Verso la metà si trovano i Giardini di Piquio, una piazza con giardino molto piacevole, con un belvedere da cui godere un'eccellente vista del lungomare, della spiaggia e del mare. Lungo il Paseo possiamo incontrare un'ampia varietà di bar all'aperto, ristoranti, caffetterie, discoteche, così come diversi hotel, il caratteristico Casinò del Sardineto (in Plaza de Italia, davanti all'hotel omonimo) e l'Auditorium all'aria aperta (di fronte alla chiesa di San Roque). A uno degli estremi c'è la penisola della Magdalena con il palazzo che porta lo stesso nome, davanti alla isola di Mouro e il suo faro.
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El Sardinero Seafront Phone Number
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