Paseo de Pereda

Walk in Santander

Cantabria. Santander. Palacete Del Embarcadero. Paseo De Pereda. Spain
CC BY-SA 2.0 / Tomás Fano

Paseo de Pereda is an 800-metre waterfront walkway that stretches between Santander Cathedral and Puertochico .

The promenade is lined with some of the most emblematic and beautiful 19th-century buildings of the city that now house bars and restaurants with terraces. The buildings have ashlar walls and are multi-storey and have viewpoints and balconies facing the sea.

The walkway is famous for its garden – Jardines de Pereda. Here, you’ll find the Centro Botín, a cultural and exhibition center designed in a stunning modern style.

In the 19th century the paseo were commercial docks and the lower floors of the buildings were occupied by warehouses, shipping companies and merchants.

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Visiting Paseo de Pereda


24 Hours

Address: Paseo marítimo de Santander Paseo de Pereda, 27 39004 Santander Cantabria Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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