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Rocks of Sardinero beach
Northern Spain

View from the exposed rocks of the beach of "El Sardinero", in the city of Santander. Panorama taken almost in the full low tide. From here it's possible to view the north coast of the town, and the lighthouse of Mouro Island. The lighthouse of Cabo Mayor is also visible.

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Tags: santander; sardinero; cantabria; españa; spain; playa; beach; mar; sea; oceano; ocean; costa; coast
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