With just a few months to go before the Sailing Championships kick off on the 8 September, we’re sharing our FREE Insider Guide to the City of Santander. Packed full of activities, foodie tips and practical advice for a stay in Santander, it’s useful for competitors, friends and family, media and the ISAF officials travelling into Santander for the event.
If time is an issue go straight to the section on ‘How to See Santander in 4 hours and in 24 hours‘. And for those who have more time, we have plenty more tips and recommendations from boat trips on the bay, surfing suggestions, and insider advice on where you can get the best views of the action in the bay. We give lots of practical tips on where to have fun with the kids plus helpful advice for shopping also. And we give in-depth coverage to eating and drinking – whether it’s breakfast, snacks, lunch, tapas and takeaways – plus of course the formal dining options. You’ll also find recommendations for vegetarians, celiacs and international cuisine. And for those who love to dive into local culture and customs, we explain the aperitivo tradition, give some useful phrases and outline the timetables and opening hours for businesses – which will come in very handy when you are here.
So if you like your Nacras, Lasers and Finns and you’d like to see the stunning beaches of the Northern Spanish coast and enjoy some excellent tapas and an artisan ice-cream, read this FREE guide to Santander by clicking on the embedded image below or clicking here…
Planning a trip to Santander?
Totally Spain is based in Cantabria and we love this area with a passion. If you’ve enjoyed what you read in this FREE guide, and want to know more about the region of Cantabria, make a start by reading our other blogposts about the region. If you’d like to see what else we’ve said about the ISAF Championships on our blog, read here.