Santander, Trasmiera, its beaches, gateway to the valleys Pas:
The Inn is located in a residential zone of the suburbs of "La Cavada", famous village for the Royal Factory of Artillery created in 1634 by Jean Curtius and closed at the end of the 18th century.
With its five ovens, they managed to supply armament to the strongest squares of Spain, the colonies and the Royal Navy. This emplacement is due to the great quantity of forest masses of the Miera river’s valley and also to the existence of a mighty and constant river, the Miera, which allowed to transport the wood easily up to La Cavada.
La Cavada belongs to Trasmiera's region and is sited on an enviable location for its proximity to other tourist destinations and attractions of Cantabria, as Cabarceno's Nature reserve, The Nature reserve of the Hills of the Ason river, beaches like Somo, Loredo or the Sardinero, the city of Santander, Villas like Laredo or Santoña. The historical monumental set of Lierganes with his its exquisite typical products like the Sobao or the quesada mainly.
In addition the Inn is placed near the A-8 Highway, Santander`s airport and an hour away from Sondika's airport in Bilbao, which turns the Inn into the into a reference to travelers who try to enjoy their holidays and will to know the Green Spain.
The Inn is surrounded by a natural environment with a hardly ever influenced by mankind, a residential zone that preserves the captivation of the traditional agricultural and cattle environment with many services as train, taxi, supermarket, medical center, drugstore, bakery, butcher's shop, cafeterias, restaurants etc.
During the night, greedy birds can be listened such as owls. The village stands on both shores of the Miera river, which is born this in Lunada to end in Ria de Cubas, in front of the famous bay of Santander.
East coast of Cantabria:
The coast of this region includes from Somo with its beach of extensive sandbanks up to Santoña's Seaworthy Villa. The coast is divided in two sectors: the first one comes up to the end of Ajo, full of cliffs; the second one, from Quejo to Treto with beautiful and extensive beaches. Basically, we can find three types of beaches: Savages like Langre's beach and Antuerta's beach in Ajo, semiurban like Somo, Loredo, Ajo, Isla, Noja and Berria, with big affluence during the summer; and urban as St Martin.
Alisas Valley Nature Park and Ason:
For those who love nature, about 10 minutes far from the Inn, they will be able to see one of the most romantic sunshines in the high Alisas. From there Santander, Laredo, Noja, Santoña and Alto Campo are sight reachable.
Leaving Alisas behind we can reach to the Nature reserve of the Ason Hills, where the traveler will enjoy a good hiking to culminate with a good session of fishing in the Asón river or with a good meal enjoying the gastronomy of the zone