Apartment in Laredo, Cantabria

Spacious, light and bright, this 3 double bedroom apartment has been restored in a modern way and is offered fully equipped and furnished. The apartment, surrounded by 6 Juliet balconies, is in a listed building which is around 600 years old and steeped in Cantabrian history.

It is situated in the centre of the bustling seaside town of Laredo at the beginning of the old quarter.

Laredo’s 5km long beach, and the historic old quarter dating back to Roman times, make it the ideal location – whether you want a seaside break or a cool cultured holiday. This area is famous for its fishing industry and the restaurants here reflect this influence with fresh seafood on every menu.

Laredo lies between the cities of Santander (35 mins drive from airport and ferries) and Bilbao (45 mins drive from airport and ferries).

A Holiday for the Adventurous

Now taking bookings for 2021

104There are many things to do in Laredo. Laredo has its large fiesta on the last Friday in August “the battle of the flowers”. In fact you are never far away from a fiesta in this area of Spain known as the Emerald Coast. 
Enjoy watersports in the summer months from the surf and windsurfing schools or just enjoy the safe and calm sandy beach.

Practice your golf swing or play pitch and putt at the new Laredo driving range. There is a riding school where you can  have lessons or  pony trekking along the banks of the river Ason.

Take a boat trip to nearby Santona to enjoy the fresh anchovies and Saturday morning market.

If you wish, you can lose yourself in the winding mountain roads, which take you through the tree covered mountains, which are a spectacular feature of this part of Spain. Discovering the beautiful countryside which is accessible on foot or by car is always a good alternative to the beach activities.

This area offers a variety of walks with levels to suit. Cycling and canoeing are also popular recreational sports around the area.Travel to the Soba valley and Ason, the Trasmiera and Pas. Visit churches rich in history dating back to the 11th & 12th-c.