Albacería de La Sal, in Cabezón de la Sal. With traditional and simple food; giving importance to the product. They have a great selection of preserves, cheeses, wines and sausages.
Casa Segis, in Cabezón de la Sal. The terrace is full and the incorporation of new select products and unquestionable wines, have turned Segis into a restaurant that you feel like visiting. You will find different options, a more economical snack or a series of more exclusive raw materials.
La Ostrería, in San Vicente de la Barquera. Its business concept is for everyone, based on local produce and, above all, on the possibilities provided by the Cantabrian Sea.
El Remedio, in Ruiloba. It represents a tribute to the product and the land, without renouncing to the conquest of new clear and strong flavors full of nuances.
El Pájaro amarillo on the beach of Oyambre. It takes the name of the Yellow Bird as a tribute to the plane that on June 14, 1919 at 20:40 h. made a crash landing on the sand of the beach of Oyambre. The original idea was to emulate the Spirit of St. Louis, the pioneer plane to cross the Atlantic in 1927 and land with full honors in Paris, but the story was very different. They arrived at Oyambre without a drop of gasoline and a stowaway on board.
The restaurant of the Santa Marina golf club in Oyambre. Located in a special environment, in a splendid mansion and surrounded by a raging green. It has a balanced menu; homemade cuisine, product, without artifice.
Boga Boga. San Vicente de la Barquera. Seafaring village that provides the best products to offer to the client. They work with the illusion of transferring the flavors of the Cantabrian Sea to the diners.
Las Redes. San Vicente de la Barquera. They have a total commitment with the fresh product. Their fish is always wild, always at its best.
El Ancla. San Vicente de la Barquera. Taste some unique empanadas, homemade mussels or a generous seafood paella in this place. The most outstanding dish is its attractive fruit cake.
La Aldea, in Comillas. It offers adequate prices for delicious meals.
Already in Asturias, but bordering with Cantabria, we find El Bateau, in the Fishermen’s Guild of Bustio.