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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Laredo Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Laredo on the doorstep of some of Spain's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Laredo and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Laredo Visitor information

Visit Laredo´s fantastic beach – The Playa de la Salve – with a 5km long curved beach, and picturesque views looking out to tree coloured hills. 

Visit the Church of Santa Maria de la Asuncion, you can walk along the cliffs and see the surroundings which are very interesting with a fortified wall and civil war monument. 

There are many different Bars, Restaurants and Cafés available to explore around Laredo, so you’ll be sure to have plenty of options to choose from. 

Walk the ‘’Route of the old Town’’ and you will come across many monuments of the city such as the Puerta de Bilbao, House of Zarauz and The City Hall. 

There is also an Architectural complex which is made up of six streets situated at the foot of the Church of Santa Maria, where you’ll find valuable carvings, paintings, and altarpieces. 


You can walk the streets of Laredo and explore the town on foot. 

Laredo bus station is in the center of town, and you can easily walk there from the Old town area. There are frequent buses all around town, and to surrounding areas such as Santander and Bilbao. 

In the summer there is a ferry service which runs and can link you to the end of Laredo Beach all the way to Santoña town center. 

It is very easy to travel by car and gives you the option to travel at your own pace, with Bilbao and Santander no longer than a 45 minute drive away. 

History of Laredo

Laredo is a town located in Cantabria in the North of Spain and it is a very popular beach resort. 

In the medieval times there were defensive walls built around the Old Town, which were built to defend the town from pirate attacks. 

In the 13th Century the Santa Maria de la Asuncion Church was built with an incredible architecture, and its Flemish altar and excellent carvings. 

On the top of the hill of the Old town are the remains of the 16th century fortress crown la Atalaya with sensational views over the Laredo Beach.


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