The Natural Park of the Dunes of Liencres is a good option to disconnect for a weekend and forget the stress of everyday life in the city. It is located in the municipality of Piélagos and so far is part of the Network of Protected Natural Spaces in Cantabria.

Located in the vicinity of the Pas River, in the path of the Camino del Norte between Santander and Santillana del Mar, this natural jewel of 195 hectares is made up of coves and beaches of breathtaking beauty, where, no doubt, refreshing the body through a well-deserved dive has become a guilty pleasure.

But what stands out most about this natural park (declared as such in December 1986) are its wonderful dunes, the most important in the north of the country and that provide an exceptional scenic value that does not go unnoticed.

Do you want to know what to do and what to see in the Liancres Dunes Natural Park during a perfect weekend getaway? Well, follow us on this great adventure.

What to do in this Natural Park?

Liancres Dunes Natural Park

The Natural Park of the Liencres Dunes, which in 2004 became one of the Sites of Community Importance of the Atlantic Biogeographic Region, preserves the majesty of its spaces, so hiking routes are a good alternative if you want to fill you with good energy. The route is of low difficulty, so you can develop it with children.

It is also ideal for pets, so if you wish you can go in the company of your beloved dogs.