Liérganes – a historical-artistic complex

Liérganes is a municipality and a town in the autonomous community of Cantabria (Spain).

Since 2016 the city has been a part of the network The most beautiful towns in Spain.

Tourism and main attractions

There are five assets of cultural interest in this municipality:

Elsedo Palace, in Pámanes, monument.

Palacio de Cuesta Mercadillo, in La Rañada, monument.

Cross of Rubalcaba, in Rubalcaba, monument.

Church of San Pedro Ad Víncula, monument.

The old town of Liérganes, a historical-artistic complex.

In addition, they are of interest:

Church of San Sebastián, of local interest.

Church of San Lorenzo Mártir in Pámanes, of local interest.

Church of San Pantaleón, from the 13th century, of local interest.

Portal of the Casa de Vega in Pámanes, of local interest.

Fluviarium of Lierganes, of local interest.

The Roman Bridge, from the year 1587, of local interest.

The Regolgo dam, from the year 1799, of local interest.

How to get to?

Nearest airports are in Santander and Bilbao.

From Santander 26 min (24.1 km) via S-10

From Madrid 4 hr 28 min (459 km) via A-67

Main information

Area: 36 km²

Coordinates: 43°20′36″N 3°44′28″W

Population: 2403

Languages: Spanish

Currency: Euro

Visa: Schengen

Time: Central European UTC +1

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