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The area of Suances in northern Spain is a municipality made up of a collection of villages. It can offer travellers a distinctive and memorable trip to the country. A great way to prepare for a visit to Suances is by checking out the travel and accommodation experts Hotels.com. Here you can find all of the Suances hotels available to stay in. Our detailed interactive maps provide you with the precise addresses of each hotel so you can gauge their location in relation to popular attractions. You can also filter through the hotels according to previous tourists experiences. In this way you will be able to make an informed decision about the best hotel for you. The area contains a perfect combination of coastal resorts and ancient rural villages to bring out a truly memorable holiday.

What's Suances Like?

Suances is located in the province of Cantabria in Spain. Dotted between the rivers Saja and Besaya, Suances is home to five beaches and five islands. These distinctive beach-side and aquatic features are part of the reason why the area is such a popular place for holiday-makers. A visit to the area should certainly take in a boat trip around the coastal regions. Swimming and diving activities can also be booked from the major tourist hubs if you happen to be feeling energetic. For visitors more keen to explore the history and the culture of the place the ancient monument of the Las Brujas is unmissable. The cave dates back to prehistoric times and features hand painted images created by early humans. The medieval villages of Hinojedo and the convent at Trinitarias are also well worth leaving the beach for.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in

When travelling to the area of Suances it should always be remembered that the collection of small villages and countryside is fairly remote. That is not to say it is backward looking, indeed, many examples of sophistication and modernity can be found close by. The visitor would do well to remember that many of the aims and notions of the villagers are timeless. They are well known for their warmth and friendliness to visitors and tourists. They are also well known for their devotion to life's essentials. Be sure to make the most of the local food and drink in the village bars and cafes and you won't go too far off course. As with everywhere in Spain it can be a great help to have some basic Spanish. If you can brush up on some of the most important phrases before leaving it will certainly stand you in good stead.