The Palacio de la Magdalena which is also known by the name of Magdalena Palace in Spanish, it is a mid twentieth century royal residence situated on the Magdalena Peninsula of the city of Santander, Cantabria, Spain. The building has a ied style, consolidating English, French, and provincial styles. It has two doorways, one on the north side for carriages, with a portic, and another toward the south, which is the primary passage. The south passageway highlights two octagonal towers and twofold staircase tranches. The building is secured with stone brick work slate. The feature of the inside is the banquet halls, which hold works of art of enthusiasm by specialists, for example, Luis Benedito, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, and Fernando Alez Sotomayor.
The stables were composed by Javier González de Riancho. They imitate a medieval English town with sharp tops of soak inclines and wooden tiles. After summer courses were begun, the stables were changed over to understudy residences.