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Little seen on the Spanish side: the impressive Cantabria region in Lithuanian photos



13 years ago Spain will be able to search for Egidijus who has left 15min he said he realized a few weeks later – this is where he wants to live.

"The people here are very good, lots of sunshine, and most of all, everything is moving slowly here, they are not in a hurry and there is work to be done tomorrow. It's all soothing and stress-free," he said.

He lives in Aragon, but has lived in Spain for years and is scattered all over the country and loved Cantabria.

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

"The whole of northern Spain is beautiful – the Basque Country as well as Asturias, Galicia. But Cantabria has something more," he assured. be different.

Why was this region not discovered this way? Egidijus considers that tourists can be discouraged by more frequent rain, humid and cooler climates.

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

However, for those who want to see a different Spain, he would definitely recommend visiting the city of Santander, the small but very charming Santillana del Mar and the Comillas. township. And, of course, a few dozen small beaches.

Cantabria is often called "Green Spain" – due to the slightly different climate, the vegetation is nowhere else. The small region in northern Spain is the most attractive area with beautiful landscapes. Snow-covered mountain peaks are separated by charming towns from spectacular sea waves. A total of 60 different beaches are counted along the coast.

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

Photograph by Egidijus Pudžiuvelis / Cantabria, Spain

When you go to the country, the peaks of Europe are (isp. Picos de Europa) The National Park is a great place for active recreation – hiking in the mountains. Bird watchers have also loved this park.

Cantabria is proud to have the prehistoric Sistine Chapel. In the cave of Altamyra, drawings of bison, boar and horse of around 12,000 were painted. m. pr. Kr. In total there are 10 caves in the region with paleolithic drawings that are included in the UNESCO heritage list. Admittedly, they cannot be visited, but the replica can be seen in the Altamyr Museum.


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