Comillas is a small coastal town in Cantabria, belonging to the region of the western coast. Fundamentally, it stands out for its great architectural heritage that was largely developed by Catalan modernist architects.
A little history
The singular orography of Comillas, propitiated that it was inhabited from very ancient times, by the different cultures that were inhabiting the Peninsula throughout history. During the Modern Age, the town lived a moment of splendour associated to the whaling industry. In fact, it was considered the capital of the whaling fishing villages.