Magdalena Peninsula

In the city of Santander, the Magdalena Peninsula gives you a thousand reasons to make it a compulsory stop on your holiday. Its long thin shape makes it look lie it was stuck on to the mainland, which fits in with its history, as it was a gift from the city to King Alfonso XIII. The Peninsula has everything for a great day out: parks, gardens, beaches, and beautiful views of the bay, as well as a free mini zoo where you can meet penguins and otters.

A wonderful place to stroll on your own or with a loved one, or explore with the whole family, taking in every corner at your leisure. And don’t miss the spectacular Magdalena Palace, opened in 1912, and influenced by English design. And if you want more, there’s still more besides.


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