Santa Justa hermitage and chapel, Cantabria, Spain
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Info. Santa Justa hermitage
Today's image brings us to Cantabria, a rugged region on the north coast of Spain. To reach this isolated stone hut, you'll need to wait until the waters of the Bay of Biscay hit low tide, then navigate a slippery path to the structure's façade. The interior of the hermitage isn't accessible to the public, but it can be viewed through the windows, revealing cave walls and a pair of religious shrines – remnants of a hermit who dwelt here in the 8th century.