Carlos Santero Barcelona/Spain

Carlos Santero Photography

La Arnia Sunlight

A well known place at the Atlantic Coast of Cantabria (SPAIN)

Golden light of Arnia

Last lights of Arnia

Soul of the sea

My private Jacuzzi

Blue Lagoon

Cala Frares is a little bay at the Costa Brava (rough coast). It is a awesome location! And the best is there are many tourists in the summertime (Lloret de Mar), but no tourist climb down to this wonderful place so you can have a really nice and peaceful place there!

Heart of Costa Brava

Platja D'Aro is one of my favorite Spot in the heart of the Costa Brava (Rough Coast) This place is so beautiful, that I often be there to have a chill out. It is 106km from Barcelona one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. At the Costa Brava photographers have many different awesome spots.

1000 Footsteps in Paradise

Location: Platja D'Daro, Costa Brava, Spain

Lost Paradise

Cala Frares

1000 Footsteps in Paradise

Location: Platja D'Daro, Costa Brava, Spain

The blue Lagoon

Cala Frares is a little bay at the Costa Brava (rough coast). It is a awesome location! And the best thing is: There are many tourists in the summertime (Lloret de Mar), but no tourist climb down to this wonderful place so you can have a really nice and peaceful place there! I think 99,9% all of the Tourist of Lloret de Mar have never seen this wonderful location. Thats why I love to be a photographer! We see the world with different eyes.

Heart of Costa Brava

Platja D'Aro is one of my favorite Spot in the heart of the Costa Brava (Rough Coast) This place is so beautiful, that I often be there to have a chill out. It is 106km from Barcelona one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. At the Costa Brava photographers have many different awesome spots.

The flow

Soul of the sea

Cap de Roig

My private Jacuzzi

Night Vision of Paradise

Santa Cecilia

Near the monastery Sant Pere de Rodes is the ruins of a medieval town, of which its pre-Romanesque-style church (Santa Cecilia) is the only remains dedicated to Saint Helena.

Cap de Creus II

Cap de Creus (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈkab də ˈkɾɛws]) is a peninsula and a headland located at the far northeast of Catalonia, some 25 kilometres (16 mi) south from the French border. The cape lies in the municipal area of Cadaqués, and the nearest large town is Figueres, capital of the Alt Empordà and birthplace of Salvador Dalí. Cap de Creus is the easternmost point of Catalonia and therefore of mainland Spain and the Iberian Peninsula. The area is now a Natural Park. The peninsula has an area of 190 square kilometres (73 sq mi) of an extraordinary landscape value; a windbeaten very rocky dry region, with almost no trees, in contrast with a seaside rich in minuscule creeks of deep blue sea to anchor. Mountains are the eastern foothills of the Pyrenees, the natural border between France and Spain. The region is frequently swept by awful north wind "tramontana" (beyond mountains) which has caused many naval disasters. Cadaqués is the most well known village, home of artists and writers, with sophisticated atmosphere, near Port Lligat where Dalí built his home in a paradise small bay. (Dalí depicted the peninsula in his painting The Persistence of Memory.) El Port de la Selva, with a little fishing harbour, is less exploited, with good gastronomic recourses and pleasant terraces. Sant Pere de Rodes stands out at 500 metres (1,600 ft) of altitude, with views of the Cap and the Pyrenees. It is an 11th-century monastery whose first structures date from about 750 AD. One legend tells that the Cap de Creus was hewn by Hercules (Wikipedia)


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