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Really not much of an attraction but worth seeing

There is a waterfront promenade. Wear comfortable shoes and prepare to walk a lot. There is not... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
CosmoChickNYer
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New York, NY
I'm Going Back

Not been here before, but I'm going back. Small complex, beautifully maintained gardens, really... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
X11SWT
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Sligo, Ireland
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4 weeks ago
“Really not much of an attraction but worth seeing”
21 Apr 2018
“I'm Going Back”
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Puerto Chico (Little Harbor) is the very core of Santander, from earlier times when it was the home of the city's fishing fleet. Pleasure craft moor here today and it offers splendid views of the bay and access to the Palacio de Festivales de...more
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There is a waterfront promenade. Wear comfortable shoes and prepare to walk a lot. There is not much to see and few places to eat. Best to continue to the center for restaurants.

Thank CosmoChickNYer
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

Not been here before, but I'm going back. Small complex, beautifully maintained gardens, really friendly onsite staff, and some lovely bungalows. Great views from every property and so handy to shops and some restaurants, yet so peaceful and quiet. Not a venue for stag nights...More

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Reviewed 10 April 2017

The marina in the center of the city of Santander. A nice place to walk. Beautiful view of the Bay of Santander.

Thank emperadorantonio
Reviewed 10 April 2017

Walk (not drive) to Puerto Chico as the walk along the seafront is rather nice. The marina is has no longer any historical 'old' feel to it. That is a shame as the history is interesting.

Thank Arne S
Reviewed 7 November 2016

Puertochico was Santander's fishermen's port over 100 years ago, and before that even commercial vessels docked there. Nowadays, Puertochico is a marina for pleasure craft. There is a breakwater on the South side, where one can go for a walk or fishing. Both in the...More

Thank El-Pescador007
Reviewed 23 August 2016

This is a nice, wide, sidewalk by the marina. There are some interesting statues and some benches to sit. Plenty of boats to look at coming and going from the marina and the bay.

1  Thank jbrums
Reviewed 21 August 2016

You can spend a lovely couple of hours here just watching the yachts and boats potter about. There are some great seats to relax on and in the sunshine it is a good place to be. It is a short walk back into the town.

Thank plantsman_10
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Puerto Chico is a great place to stroll around and relax in Santander. Plan to budget around an hour here and be sure to include some of the other attractions adjacent if you have time (such as the park, etc). Essentially Puerto Chico is a...More

2  Thank Shawn B
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Had a hotel room overlooking this marina which is a hive of activity with the fishermen going out every day and familes spending time there on a Sunday.loads of benches if you're mobility isn't too good and well worth a visit

Thank mrsskacel
Reviewed 30 January 2016 via mobile

There's not too much to do here, but Puerto Chico makes for a good landmark when exploring Santander. It's home to the largest Spanish flag I've ever seen.

1  Thank KarenInSF
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