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The 5 room apartment offers everything a larger family needs:
a living room with a very large balcony with garden table and chairs
a bedroom with double bed, private bathroom and balcony
1 bedroom with bunk beds and sofa bed
1 bedroom with 2 single beds
1 further bathroom
a fully equipped kitchen
a lawn (shared area)
an underground parking space
On the first floor facing south, the apartment rises over a spacious green area with plenty of space to relax, romp or barbecue next to the adjacent Marisma (tidal wetland in the estuarine delta, under nature conservation). The balcony overlooks the Marisma the sea.
The apartment offers the flair of Spain of the 80s with a high-quality parquet flooring and hinted stucco ceiling in the living room modernity, where it counts: New mattresses on all beds, a new stove, microwave and washing machine in the kitchen. Especially, the apartment offers ample space for up to 7 people.
Through the garden gate is reached via a small path along the Marisma to a lush green parklands alongside gentle dunes that lead to the family-friendly beach.
A playground and skate park nearby offers older children and adults a variety of possibilities - and a Basque national sport "pelota" (similar to squash) to get to know...
In 5 minutes you are on foot in the center Nojas with its bars, restaurants and many shops.
Here you can not need a holiday the car if you want to.
The town of Noja
The small town of Noja (2 500 inhabitants) is located in northern Spain in the province of Cantabria on a barrier peninsula on the Atlantic coast.
The region is known for its great, wide sandy beaches and the green mountainous surroundings - Spain with a difference!
The seemingly endless wide beaches invite you to various activities at sea: In the sheltered bay with the endless, sandy beach, children can play for hours. In the wilder, adjacent bay surfers and active swimmers can enjoy the surf.
In the evening we meet for a beer on the Plaza de la Villa, where the children can play and adults can enjoy the Spanish way of life in the tapas bars and restaurants.
The climate in Cantabria is in the coastal area maritime pleasant with fresh summers and mild winters.
From German tourists still largely undiscovered, one can discover a very different Spain: Green, forested mountainous country trains in addition to the endless Atlantic offer a Bavarian North Sea feeling in pleasant Spanish temperatures under palm trees.
Nature lovers can under natural protection of wetlands ecosystems explore in the delta, which form a natural park of the Marshes of Santoña, Victoria y Joyel the most important wetlands in the Cantabrian coast. They offer a unique marine fauna and a refuge for over 121 species of birds.
In a half hour you get to the National Park "Picos de Europa", which invites with up to 2600 meters high mountains to alpine hikes. There can be observed on several days Huttrips still bears and eagles.
The capital of Cantabria, Santander, the former royal palace Magdalena and museums about the rich history of local shipbuilding and fishing offers countless insights into the history of Cantabria.
The largest city in the Basque Country, Bilbao, has transformed itself from an unsightly industrial wasteland to an advanced metropolis with architectural highlights such as the Guggenheim Museum (the Unesco World Heritage Puente Vizcaya, a bridge with a suspension railway (Puente de Vizcaya - Wikipedia) or a 101-year-old one Funicular, which offers directly from the center in a park with a breathtaking view over the entire city to the sea: Funicular de Artxanda
The Casco viejo (old core) invites you to shop or dine with a lot of Old Town flair and the historic market hall with the largest fish market in the region is always worth a visit.