Spain (Cantabria)

The Breakwater at  Castro Urdiales.
   Castro Urdiales is a small resort and fishing harbour in Cantabria, situated eight miles west of the major port of Bilbao. Originally a 1st century AD Roman colony established to mine iron ore deposits, it is now a popular tourist destination.
This is the view from the end of the long breakwater which protects the harbour. Looking back inland, the two buildings on the horizon at the end of the breakwater are the Iglesia de Santa Maria on the left, and the old castle and lighthouse on the right.
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Flag of the municipality of Castro Urdiales