The first reason to choose Comillas Camping is always Comillas itself, and that’s not just what we think, but what we see. People make a booking for a day or two or even three. But we see these couples, these families and these groups of friends, returning year after year, their hearts stolen by the beauty of the houses and the streets in the town. And by the varied architectural styles such as the Capricho de Gaudí, Sobrellano Palace, the Cemetery, and the walking route to Trasvía village.


The views from the Seminary towards the town and the coast


The coastal path that leads you to the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios


…and following along the same coastline, the path that takes you into Oyambre and, if you go a little further, to the beach of El Cabo, in San Vicente


Because the finest sand in the world is in Comillas (that’s our opinion and we are sticking to it)


The views from the old whaling port towards the sea at both high and low tide



Strolling through the streets and side-streets of our town and its neighbourhoods


The once-in-a-lifetime excursion to Monte Corona from the Oyambre estuary (and the ascent up to the Hermitage of San Esteban!). And the interesting forest along the way, with the most impressive oak grove on the Cantabrian coast plus the beech grove located at the lowest altitude in Cantabria.


The cove at the campsite. You only need to see the marine fauna such as shrimp, octopus or sea urchins (depending on the tides) to see how important it is that we continue to protect their environment.


The short 5-minute walk from the campsite to Comillas town means you can leave your car at the campsite. And that, in our books, is priceless!