Castro Urdiales 

Beautiful and obviously prosperous coastal city.  Once we entered the city, we walked the promenade for about a half a mile before deciding to sit down, have our usual post-walk  celebratory beer, and decide where to spend the night.  The albergue was small and already booked so we narrowed it down to a few “Camino affordable” places and eventually found a nice place right in their old town.   Below are a few pictures from around the city.



 
13th century cathedral at night:


And the next morning:


Ancient castle with lighthouse and modern elevator. Odd.

 


Sculptures around the cathedral.


There are fish below. Not sure you can see them.


Beautiful sculptures on our way out of Castro Urdiales


Author: Maureen

I decided to walk across Spain to pursue the many things I love about life: the great outdoors, spending time with friends, meeting new people, food, wine, music, and challenging the physical self. I'm fortunate to have a wonderful husband who has provided me with the encouragement, support, and love I've needed over the past several months of training and preparing.

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