The town of Comillas is one of the most emblematic localities of the region from the architectural point of view. Apart from its medieval and Baroque buildings, it stands out for the participation of modernist artists like Antonio Gaudí. Its beautiful beach attracts thousands of tourists during the summer.
Comillas is the capital of the municipality with the same name, in Cantabria. It has a population of 1,940 inhabitants and is located at 23 meters altitude and 48 km from Santander. We can enjoy the tourism of the town as a historical complex, from the source of the three pipes and buildings such as the Sobrellano Palace, "El Capricho de Gaudí", the Pontifical University of Comillas, Torre de la Vega, Comillas Cemetery or The church of San Cristóbal. We can also visit the Ria de La Rabia (in the Natural Park of Oyambre), or the beach of Comillas. Tourism in Cantabria.