The Sardinero has two beaches with the same name. One is The First Sardinero Beach, and the other is The Second Sardinero Beach. They are two distinct beaches, but they are united by a shared coastline when the tide is low.
According to historical legend, in the past, one of the beaches was used by the middle and lower classes, and the other was frequented by the upper classes of Santander; thus, the beaches embodied the city’s social stratification. Today both beaches are very family-oriented and popular during the summer, since they are the longest shorelines in the city.
The second is a sandy beach located just north of the Piquío Gardens.
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Views of housing complex gardens
The room that represents this beach is our 23 m²suite, which has a dressing room; a bathroom with a wall-hung toilet and bidet, two sinks, a 1.3x0.8m overhead shower; A 1.8m-wide double bed, which can be converted into two 0.9m single beds, and a living area with sofa containing a 1.4m double bed and a desk.