The Town of Comillas - Cantabria
The town of Comillas is one of the northern Spanish region of Cantabria’s most symbolic places and one of its most interesting from an architectural point of view.
It has some of the most important Art Nouveau buildings in Cantabria, which include Sobrellano Palace Chapel and the Pantheon, the Pontifical University and, of course, the brilliant El Capricho by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi.
Its beautiful beach is also a major attraction, bringing thousands of tourists to the town every summer. Another well-known attraction is the Plaza del Corro square next to the church.
In Comillas you will find a wide and varied range of accommodation (hotels, inns, apartments, houses, cottages, campsites) that combine activity and relaxation in one of Cantabria’s leading tourist destinations.
The town of Comillas gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities and great nightlife in the summer.