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13 reviews of Carmona


A tiny village of 10 or 15 homes

Found in the beautiful region of Saja-Nansa near Cabuérniga, Carmona is a tiny hamlet of ten or fifteen houses that perfectly encapsulates the region's rural architecture.

The village is really amazing, if only to stop at the picturesque market and walk around its streets for a few minutes. That's what I did: I crossed the rustic stone bridge and made my way to the end of the last street.

Back in a tight corner, I crossed paths with a boy of 11 or 12 years of age. He was walking along with high rubber boots that seemed huge on him and he had a twig in hand. He was herding four huge cows, massive brown beasts with horns that deserved respect.

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Authentic mountain village

Carmona is a Cantabrian village that has been declared to be of Historic-Artistic importance and is characterized by its typical mountain homes.

The village is in the middle of mountains and on the edge of the Nansa River. The Caves of Soplao are also close by, so it's a good idea to drop by before or after the caves and tuck into a nice thick ribeye from the local cattle or explore the traditional local livestock or craft markets.

It’s one of the best-preserved rural villages in all of Cantabria, along with Barcena Mayor and Tudanca. It's an ideal place to get lost amid the quiet

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