This beach can be accessed by the Promontory of San Martin, in the heart of the city, dominated by the imposing figure of the Palace of Festivals of Cantabria. Located next to the Maritime Museum of the Bay of Biscay, it is connected to the beaches of La Magdalena and Los Bikinis.
Due to the easy parking, the wooden walkway that joins the three sandy beaches, and its exceptional location, there is beautiful pathway of almost 1,500 meters leading to the beach.
The name of the beach has nothing to do with swimming danger. In fact, this small sand beach located in the Bay of Santander boasts calm waters and few waves. Thus, although there are several historical versions of the origin of the name, the most accepted is that it has to do with the danger that ships may run aground if they approach this sand, because the waters that cover it are shallow, and boats can dock easily. Its main feature is its integration into a south-facing sandy beach.
32” flat-screen Smart TV
Views of housing complex gardens
The room that represents this beach has an area of 15 m². It is equipped with a 1.8m double bed, which can be converted into two 0.9m beds, and a desk. The bathroom has a sink, a wall-hung toilet, and a 1.45x0.8m overhead shower.