Towering cliffs, fine sandy beaches, great seafood cuisine… Discover the most charming fishing villages along the Basque coast.
Things to do Basque Coast: Urdaibai, Bermeo and Gernika
Euskadi boasts a spectacular coastline, with its abrupt cliffs and an immense deep blue sea that will not cease to amaze you. Discover the most quaint fishing villages in the Basque country on our Basque Coast Day Trip: Urdaibai, Bermeo and Gernika
On this tour we will visit some of the most traditional fishing villages along the Basque country. Our English speaking guide will accompany us as we skirt the estuary, Bilbao river, leaving behind industrial towns such as Barakaldo, Sestao and Portugalete.
When we reach Getxo, we will be taken aback by the Hanging Bridge, the first transporter bridge that was built in the world. Do you dare go up on it? From the top walkway which is 61 metres high, you will be able enjoy spectacular panoramic views.
Be prepared to be amazed by the medieval beauty of the Butron Castle, the scene of battles between the local noble families. Our tour continues as far as the Hermitage of San Juan perched on the top of the islet of Gaztelugatxe, accessible via a narrow path of 241 steps.
Our Trip along the Basque Coast ends with a visit to the most popular towns on the Urdaibai Biosphere: Bermeo, and Mundaka, picturesque fishing villages and Gernika, famous for the Picasso´s painting.
Highlights to see in Basque Coast: Urdaibai, Bermeo and Gernika
Hermitage of San Juan
Casa de Juntas
And much more!
Guide in Spanish and English
Older than 13 years old: 65.00 €
Children (2-12): 32.50 €
Children (0-1): free
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Visits / Tickets to monuments
Hotel Carlton – Federico Moyúa Square, 2
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
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