We follow the old medieval road that linked San Vicente de la Barquera with Toledo , the sea with the plateau, abandoned since the 19th century. On the historic Camino de Castilla, we find places of exceptional scenic, natural and cultural value.
Leaving behind the town of Tudanca, an Asset of Cultural Interest, we go first to the Joz del Santucu, a spectacular viewpoint between valleys.
We cross uninhabited areas to reach the Sobayu winter, one of the best preserved examples of clusters of cabins with dry stone fencing. From here the views towards the Bejo gorge , a landscape of geological interest, are magnificent.
The paved road, and sometimes embedded, takes us to the Pantrieme pass , a braña where the Tudanca cow cattle from both councils are fed in the summer. In some sections we will find samples of pastoral epigraphy and crosses carved in the rocks.
From the pass the path takes us downhill through high pastures to Puente Pumar. In this town there are great examples of noble and popular architecture, which is why it is well worth taking time to walk around.
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ONLINE ROUTE TUDANCA- PUENTE PUMAR (with food)
Environmental Interpreter Guide
Transportation from Santander or surroundings
Food (typical menu)
Insurance resp. civil
PRICE OF € 65.00 / PERSON
MINIMUM 3 PEOPLE