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Bakio is synonymous with the beach, since it has the longest sandy beach of Biscay. The family atmosphere and surf combine to make this an ideal place to disconnect.

A trip to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is a must. 241 steps lead us up to un magical place, surrounded by legends of sailors and pirates, and qualified to this day as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Spain. I recommend a visit to the Lighthouse of Matxitxako, from where you will be able to take the perfect panorama of the bay of Biscay from the northernmost point of the Basque Country.  

I will not go without trying the txakoli of Bakio in any of the wineries there are in the village.

Bermeo and Mundaka

Bermeo and Mundaka are two of the major fishing towns of Biscay. A walk by the port of Bermeo will make you immerse yourself in what has traditionally been the office of the fisheries in the bay of Biscay. Don't leave without saying hello to lamia Xixili. The legend that surrounds him is an emblem of basque mythology.
In Mundaka is essential to go through the streets of its old town. Traditional houses and perfectly groomed, with windows of colors-blue, green and red will take you to the port. From there, walk to the Hermitage of Santa Catalina overlooking the beaches of Urdaibai. Don't forget the surf board! The wave of Mundaka is considered to be the best wave of the left in Europe.

Biosphere reserve of Urdaibai

22,000 hectares of pure nature. This is the reason that in 1984, UNESCO declared this area a Biosphere Reserve. Our must-haves in the area are the wonderful beaches of Laida and Laga, a walk through the magical Forest of Oma, the work of Agustin Ibarrola, and a visit to the town of Gernika, where to discover the roots of basque culture.


Bilbao, villa cosmopolitan that combines tradition and avant-garde. Immerse yourself in the historic part of visiting the Old town, the market of the Bank and the Arriaga Theatre. From here, enjoy beautiful views with a walk by the river to the Guggenheim Museum, a key piece in the modernization of the city. The Museum of Fine Arts, the Parque de Doña Casilda and Gran Via street are also visits are highly recommended, without forgetting the San Mamés stadium, “the cathedral of football”.
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