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Matalenas
Northern Spain

View from northern area of the city of Santander called Matalenas. Near here you can find the beautiful beach of Matalenas, known because of its nearby cliffs. Recommended area for a walk, either Mataleñas Park or a walkaway around the 9 hole golf course.

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Uploaded: 30/12/2010
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