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Oviedo - Santander - Bilbao - San Sebastian

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My cousin and I are planning a week in this area. I have a few questions and would appreciate your help.
1) is car rental recommended? We are debating whether we should have a car the entire week or just rent one locally for a day trip once or twice. Any thoughts on that? How is the driving/parking in that area?
2) Air Berlin flies into Asturias/Oviedo. Where exactly is that airport? Is it the one in Castrillon? (That's 47K from Oviedo so I'm not sure). Is it difficult to get there from Santander? I will be flying into Santander and my cousin will be flying into either Bilbao or Oviedo so we have to figure out how to meet up.
3) Any recommendations for where to stay, what not to miss while we're there?

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