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Ferries Santander

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
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Located on the country's Atlantic coast, in the Bay of Biscay, Santander is one of the best known locations in northern Spain.

The port is outlined by the natural inlet of the Bay of Santander. Its entrance is protected from northern winds by the Magdalena Peninsula, making it an ideal area for port activity for more than two thousand years.

Currently, the Port of Santander offers direct sailings to the United Kingdom with Brittany Ferries. The ferry connections from Santander to Plymouth are the shortest with about 20 hours of navigation while those to Portsmouth take between 27 and 30 hours. 

→ Santander's ferry terminal is modern and adapted for people with reduced mobility. Inside you will be able to find of a bar/cafeteria service and a tourist information point. The port also offers pick-up points and nearby parking. If you need to stay in the port area for a long time you can easily reach the center of Santander on foot where you'll find all kinds of amenities nearby, such as great restaurants and bars, stores, promenades and parks in which to relax while waiting for your next ferry!

HERE IS A TIP: if you want the cheapest tickets on the market, ideally you should look for them months in advance so as not to fall into the trap of the high season when prices soar! 


Santander ferries About Santander

Santander's history is thousands of years old. Beginning with the first human settlements in the eighth century B.C. and passing through the era of Roman conquests, the city grew steadily until it became one of the most important ports of the newly created Kingdom of Spain in the sixteenth century. Over time, however, the city has suffered numerous periods of crisis, plague epidemics and several fires which have repeatedly reconfigured the city's urban profile.

Santander does not have a significant number of historic monuments and neighborhoods, but there are a few exceptions worth visiting: Palacio de la Magdalena, on the peninsula of the same name, which was a royal summer residence in the early twentieth century; Puertochico, an historic fishing district that is now among the liveliest and busiest in Santander! The Gothic-style Cathedral, which was almost entirely rebuilt following the 1941 fire, but has retained its ancient and evocative features.

Today, thanks in part to ferry connections with England, the city has taken on a modern profile that is open to the cultural innovations of Europe

Santander blends with its natural surroundings and gives wonderful views from every park, promontory, promenade or waterfront! A splendid example of this is the city beach of El Sardinero, a sandy beach nestled between the two rocky headlands of Magdalena and Mataleñas.

Don't leave Santander without discovering its gastronomic tradition! Undoubtedly not to be missed is the fresh fish from Cantabria, which you can enjoy on the Paseo de Pereda, in the Mercado de La Esperanza and the Mercado del Este, but you can try a wide variety of local specialties with pintxos, samples served on slices of bread and accompanied by a glass of wine.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Ferry Terminal, Calle Antonio López, Cantabria, 39009, Santander, Spain

GPS Coordinates: 43°27'10.9 "N 3°48'49.6 "W

By car: Santander can be reached via the A67 and S10 highways
By train: the station is a 5-10 minute walk away and is connected to Madrid, Bilbao, Alicante and Oviedo
By bus: the bus terminal, 5 minutes away, connects Santander with Bilbao and Madrid.

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