Parque de la Naturaleza de Cabárceno

Santander
Cantabria
Attractions and places of interest
Great Outdoors

This wonderful park is in an old mining site where you'll find, in partial freedom, animals from all over the world. Between trees and cliffs you can admire bears, lions, tigers, wolves, elephants, camels etc. Visit the park by car or on foot and there are plenty of areas to have a picnic or a rest.

Includes entry to the reptile exhibition (but not the tourist train). The park is well signposted from Obregón and open daily from 09.30 to sunset. Group tariff for Privilege Card holders.

 

Nearby attractions

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