Join the Earth beat

Join the Earth beat

“An exceptional landscape that vividly shows the history of the planet”

Antonio Cendrero Uceda. Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales

“A superb coastal outcrop”

Dr. Markus Wilmsen. Palaeozoology Section Curator. Senckenberg Natural History Museum.

Work areas


We design and offer teachers a repertoire of didactic materials, workshops, guided itineraries or bilingual activities that fit different curricula and learning abilities.


Sharing with other people the extraordinary heritage contained within the Geologic Park is our main priority. To do so, we use a number of materiales, techniques and dissemination tools.


We were born to protect Costa Quebrada’s scenery and environmental quality. That is why we carry out conservation actions, and collaborate with diverse organisations in nature preservation initiatives.


We are not a research institution ourselves. Anyway, we work to help researchers who are interested in studying our outcrops, and also to spread the knowledge resulting from their research projects.


Costa Quebrada was born and belongs to the people. Every single day we work to weave a collaborative network with local population and economic fabric, public institutions and other environmental organizations.


We want to spread the enjoyment of Costa Quebrada as widely as possible. That is the reason why we do our best to include people at risk of social exclusion, or affected by several types of disability.

Avda. Marqués de Valdecilla, 115

39110, Soto de La Marina, Cantabria, SPAIN

(+34) 681 628 884

(+34) 626 091 560