It is a quiet place to meditate, with very interesting architecture, large houses that have stood for centuries and landscapes in which you can truly relax. Restaurants are of reasonable value and close to the port is the sanctuary of Christ Limpias where you can taste his chocolate with churros.
It is an open air museum which rarely exist and surprised me when I first saw it. Strolling through, we found several pieces donated by various naval bases such as Ferrol, Mahon, San Fernando, Rota and others. The pieces range from anchors, to propellers, naval artillery, a mine, a torpedo etc. Noted for its size is the main destroyer stick D-62 "Gravina", and a torpedo G7 model donated by the Rota base. Another highlight is one of the guns from the cruiser "Admiral Cervera" and the old cannon donated by the Naval Station Mahon captured in the reconquest of Minorca in 1782. Truly, it was interesting.
Located on the right bank of the estuary of Clean-whose waters: the river Ason, runs down from the mountain in the Valley of Soba, joins other smaller rivers in its descent to the sea, and joins the Clarion River that run from the mountains at the Junta de Voto and has taken this course since antiquity. It was one of the busiest docks naval eastern Cantabria. It is spectacular to watch, it also has a promenade and the best beaches, with good fishing.