Situated on the banks of the Asón river, famous for having one of the biggest salmon fishing industries in the country, Ampuero (the “small Pamplona”) is known for its famous bull runs that coincide with the festivals of the Virgen Niña, despite the fact that the two celebrations are unrelated. One of the town’s main attractions is the annual opening of fishing season.
For sleeping in the town of Ampuero itself there are few options, but if it is your priority, there is Casa Ahedo or Casa del Agua in Marrón, a neighboring town, which are small inns and houses built of stone, preserving the characteristics of typical northern architecture. Both offer very low prices and cozy accommodations.
If you just want to visit the town during the day and spend nights in a location better equipped for relaxing, you can go to the Parador de Limpias, which is a simple hotel located in the town of Limpias, just 9 minutes from Ampuero via car. The hotel occupies a stately palace near the Asón river. And if you don’t mind a bit more driving, 20 minutes north of Ampuero is the Hotel Playamar that, due to its distance from town, offers access to the San Martín and Salvé beaches.
In almost the same location is the Hotel Cosmopol which, in addition to offering views of the of the Bay of Biscay, could not be closer to the church of Santa María. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from the center of Laredo, and you can also enjoy its outdoor swimming pool.
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