Bay of Biscay

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Noun1.Bay of Biscay - an arm of the Atlantic Ocean in western EuropeBay of Biscay - an arm of the Atlantic Ocean in western Europe; bordered by the west coast of France and the north coast of Spain
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
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With the aid of a small crane, Borja Saracho lowers five cages loaded with 2,500 bottles of white wine from a fishing boat into the Cantabrian Sea.
In 1913, a stunning Royal Palace was built for him on the Magdalena peninsula, a green oasis which juts out into the Cantabrian Sea. Take a tour round the opulent interior of the Palacio de la Magdalena or lap up the panoramic views overlooking Isla de Mouro and the Santander coastline.
Here in Dubai, anchovies from the Cantabrian sea are paired with Catalan mato cheese, while creamy artichokes with truffles compete for the diner's attention with tartares from oyster and beef.
Touring the restaurant, which has a breathtaking view of the Cantabrian Sea, I saw firsthand how it operates.
Over the years, the Cantabrian Sea has created a series of tunnels through underground caves where it feeds the Gulpiyuri with crystal-clear water that laps golden sands.
In the Cantabrian Sea, waves from the fourth quadrant dominate; the largest originate from N60[degrees]W-N20[degrees]W.
(Brassicaceae) is a perennial species that occurs in maritime cliffs of the Atlantic coasts, from the Isle of Helgoland in Germany to the Cantabrian Sea in Northern Spain (MITCHELL & RICHARDS, 1978; SNOGERUP & al, 1990; GOMEZ-CAMPO & al, 2005).
From the halls of the cliff-top castle on the Cantabrian Sea to the remote villages of the Spanish Pyrenees, this is a story of marvelous covenants; of people willing to die for their cause, and others who commit the unspeakable to stop them.
The cultural wealth of Spain full of this miscegenation of different cultures is increased by the diverse landscapes, green in the north that can easily be identified with the Anglo world; harsh and arid lands in the inland with lots of mills in La Mancha that reminds us to the best book ever written in Spain "Don Quijote de la Mancha" by Cervantes, and of course, the sea that always exists, with a brave Atlantic Ocean in the west mainland, the powerful Cantabrian Sea in the north and a warm Mediterranean Sea full of beaches and sun and surrounded by orange trees that welcome everyone who decides to spend few or a long time in this magical land.