The Cliffs of the Cantabrian Sea, Spain (with Map & Photos)

The Cantabrian Sea is located on the north coast of Spain and bathes the coasts of the extreme southeast of France, the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.

Cantabrian Sea Spain
Cantabrian Sea Spain

In its waters there is a transition between the cold seas of the north and the temperate seas of the tropics, this makes it possible for plant and animal species of cold waters to coexist. Like the Dogfish (galeorhinus galeus) and lichens, a group of organisms made up of algae and fungi that live in a symbiotic association.

Marthasteiras Glac the stark wasialis, better known as common starfish, also inhabit these waters:

Cantabrian Sea Spain
Cantabrian Sea Spain

It feeds mainly on mollusks, it can reach the length of 70 cm, although it is not usually the usual thing. It lives in rocky bottoms and up to more than 100 meters under the sea. It has 5 arms which at the bottom have small suction cups which help them to move.

Cantabrian Sea Spain
Cantabrian Sea Spain

In love with the Cantabrian Sea, on a coast that is drawn steeply and cut into cliffs, many fishing villages exhibit a proud, untamed and similar character, an immense monumental wealth and a beautiful urbanism. Each traveler will have their whim or inclination, but this selection of northern villas can always boast of dazzling with their grace and beauty.

Cantabrian Sea Map