Castro Urdiales is a beautiful seaport village built on an ancient Roman settlement on the Bay Of Biscay in northern Spain.
It’s a common place for modern pilgrims to stay while walking the northern route of the Camino De Santiago, and totally worth a visit. A charming village, a beautiful sandy beach, a colourful marina and some magnificent cliffs, home to a castle lighthouse and the gothic church of Santa Maria, like two old beasts climbed out of the deep, sunning themselves on cliffs edge…
As I approached the town on foot, I got pretty excited. Have you ever arrived some place you knew nothing about and were surprised to find it of far more interest than you'd realised? Well that was Castro for me. I arrived around noon, found a bed, showered and was quickly back out on foot for the rest of the day, exploring as much as I could. Rest would have to wait...
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