Santona Spain 8 Days – Juan de la Cosa Hotel

Holiday Highlights:

  • All coach travel from your local pick-up point and return
  • Allocated seating on-board coach

Brittany Ferries overnight each way includes:

  • Plymouth – Santander – Plymouth
  • Inside en-suit cabin

San Juan de la Cosa Hotel all inclusive package includes:

  • 5 nights
  • Breakfast
  • Tapas lunch
  • Tea time
  • Wine with evening meal
  • Free bar 11-00hrs – 23hrs

Included excursions to:

  • Castro Urdiales
  • Pottes Mountain Village
  • Santillana del Mar

'From' price shown is for a single room and includes a single person supplement. The supplement is not applied to rooms of multiple occupancy.


Day 1: Depart from your local pick-up point and travel to Portsmouth for overnight sailing to Santander Spain.
Day 2: Arrive Santander Spain after lunch, board our coach and travel to Santona Cantabria.
Day 3: Day of leisure getting to know your surroundings in your chosen resort of Santona.
Days 4 – 6: Include excursions.
Day 7: Depart from Santona and make return journey to Santander and return overnight sailing to Portsmouth.
Day 8: Arrive in Portsmouth in the afternoon, board our coach for the return journey to your local drop-off point.



Hotel San Juan de la Cosa

The Hotel is located on the beach in Berria, two km from the centre of Santona, the birthplace of the famous navigator and cartographer Juan de la Cosa. Built in the middle of last century and completely renovated, it offers clients magnificent views in a privileged natural environment.
A singular building, whose construction project was the winner of a national architecture competition in 1990. It has cosy rooms, decorated in pleasant tones and with a modern style, in perfect harmony with the landscape that can be seen from its terraces.

Optional Extras

Single supplement £99
Low bed cabin on-board Brittany Ferries – £80 per cabin return based on two sharing.

Dates & Prices

2021 Dates:

Tues 22nd Jun 8 days £639

Tues 24th Aug 8 days £639



Santoña and its history have always been linked to the sea, to an extent that it is the major canning port in Cantabria. Based above all on the fishing of tuna and its famous anchovies in olive oil.
Divided into two areas Santoña town sits on a plain, and to the rear a mountainous area on the slopes of El Brusco and El Buciero.
Significant are its military fortifications, set around the Buciero mountain, which is strategic evidence and importance of the port. The forts of San Martín, San Carlos and Mazo or Napoleon are still in good condition.

At extra cost

Low beds on-board Brittany Ferry’s £80 per cabin return.

Single supplement £85.

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