Sotavento san vicente de la barquera
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¡¡¡604karenz17 opinionesRevisado el 21 de julio de 2020 a través del móvil Hermoso lugar en San Vincente de la BarqueraDisfrutamos mucho de nuestra cena …ambiente, comida y encima fuimos acogidos por unos dueños estupendos!!! ¡¡¡Son detallistas y muy amables con sus comensales !!! >Fecha de la visita: Julio 2020¿Ayuda? 1
DewOnTheRoad229 opinionesRevisado el 18 de octubre de 2019 Maravilloso almuerzoConduciendo desde Bilbao a potes, decidimos parar en este pequeño pueblo para comer basándonos en las críticas. Muy contentos de hacer esta parada. Este pequeño y coqueto lugar tiene unas cuantas mesas dentro. El menú está en español, así que sacamos nuestra aplicación de traducción. La amable señora se disculpó por no hablar inglés pero le dijimos que no era un problema. Pedimos vieiras (no el tipo que conseguimos en los EE.UU.) que son tan dulce y mantecoso. El bogavante con arroz para dos personas estaba simplemente delicioso. La señora nos ayudó a elegir una botella de vino. El chef traía los platos a nuestra mesa. Son tan adorables. Después de la comida, le dimos al equipo un muchas gracias de corazón por una comida tan buena. El marisco es tan fresco y bien preparado y vale la pena la etiqueta de precio $$$.Más > >Fecha de la visita: Octubre 2019¿Ayuda?
Restaurants san vicente de la barquera
To speak of San Vicente de la Barquera is to speak of a charming town located in an incomparable space: the Natural Park of Oyambre. In a not excessively extensive terrain are concentrated estuaries, cliffs, beaches, dunes and forests that are home to a large number of species of flora and fauna.
The rich history of San Vicente de la Barquera and the strategic interest offered by its location have made it possible for the town to have a wide range of buildings of heritage value, including both religious and military constructions.
The remains of the wall, the bridge of La Maza, the tower of the Provost, the hospital of La Concepción, the Punta de la Silla lighthouse and the palace of the Corro family are other buildings and monuments of interest that should be included in a complete visit to this destination.
Although it has been mentioned several times before, the natural park of Oyambre deserves a space of its own. Protected by the Autonomous Community of Cantabria, its main feature is to combine the beauty of the coastal landscape of estuaries, cliffs and beaches with valleys and forests rich in flora and fauna.
Sotavento san vicente de la barquera 2021
We were looking for an informal and relaxed place and Edu asked for advice at the hotel reception, which suggested «El Pescador». For the plan we wanted it seemed great: located in the center of town, next to the port, simple and unpretentious.
Inside, the decoration of the restaurant was typical of the village, with a detail that, for being purely tacky, made us all very funny: the lobsters had a giant aquarium with a waterfall!!!! Hahaha (Note: the lobster on the rocks is also fake). Of course, if I were a restaurant lobster – thank goodness I’m not – I wouldn’t mind living here until I was cooked.
And as my in-laws are very generous and invited me (María José, I know you read me: thanks again), I can’t tell you the price of the dinner. But you can get an idea by taking a look at the photo of the menu, which looks pretty good.
Conclusion: the best thing about this restaurant is its location, at the port of San Vicente de la Barquera, leading to fantastic views if you sit on the terrace. It is an unpretentious village restaurant with decent food at normal prices. If you go in good company -like in my case-, you’ll surely enjoy it.
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San Vicente de la Barquera has a monumental old town full of buildings that have made it be of cultural interest of Cantabria since 1987. Tourism is its main activity due to the great natural and patrimonial beauty of the area.
We crossed the bridge and headed to the center, it was market day and coincided with their patron saint festivities. While one of us was distracted strolling through the craft and food stalls of the area, the other took the little ones to have fun in the attractions that had been installed.
We continued our walk through the center, along a fairly long street lined with restaurants and stores. The street turned steeply upwards and eventually we arrived at the Castillo de San Vicente. Also called Castillo del Rey, it is currently used as a museum and for exhibitions.
We went inside to see the exhibition and thus take advantage of the entrance to climb the wall and be able to see the views of San Vicente from the top. Spectacular!!! what a view. Inside we learned more about the history of the life of the inhabitants of the village, in an interesting permanent exhibition on the history and nature of San Vicente, with pieces and historical documents of the village.