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HOSTAL VISTA ALEGRE 3 Stars

  Brazomar, s/n, 39700

Property Location When you stay at Hostal Vista Alegre in Castro Urdiales, you'll be by the ocean and convenient to Brazomar Beach and Santa Maria Church. This hostal is within the vicinity of... Read more

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SERCOTEL HOTEL LAS ROCAS 4 Stars

  Calle Flaviobriga, 1, 39700

This is a highly recommended hotel due to its location, facilities and standarad of service provided. Car park is available. Read more

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HOSTERIA VILLA DE CASTRO 3 Stars

  Calle Los Huertos, 2, 39700

Property Location With a stay at Hosteria Villa de Castro in Castro Urdiales, you'll be minutes from Santa Maria Church and close to Ostende Beach. This bed & breakfast is within the vicinity... Read more

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SANTANDER ANTIGUO 1 Star

  AVENIDA DE LOS CASTROS, 65A, 39005

This affordable and cosy hotel shares its ownership with a hall of residence and is located right in the university campus, in front of the library and the gym. All those staying at this... Read more

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HOTEL AISIA ISLARES 2 Stars

  BARRIO ISLARES, 59, 38790

 

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Castro Urdiales, a seaport of northern Spain, in the province of Cantabria, situated on the bay of Biscay and at the head of a branch railway connected with the Bilbao-Santander line. Pop. (1870) about 3500; (1900) 14,191. Castro Urdiales is a modern town, although its castle and parish church date from the middle ages. It was destroyed by the French in 1813, but speedily rebuilt and fortified. Its rapid rise in population and prosperity dates from the increased development of iron-mining and railway communication which took place after 1879. Its chief industries are iron-mining, fishing, and the preservation of fish, especially sardines, in oil. Between 1894 and 1904 the exports of iron ore rose from 277,200 tons to 516,574 tons.

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