From: 60,00  incl. VAT

3 days of guided activities along the coast of Gipuzkoa

Tuesday Getaria: We invite you to visit Getaria by sea and by land to get to know better the place where Juan Sebastian Elkano and other great sailors were born. We will understand the reason for its historical importance in the fishing sector by analysing its geography, its products and its people..

  • 11:00 a 12:30. Guided walking tour.
  • Free time in Getaria
  • 16:30-17:30. Guided boat trip.
Wednesday Zumaia: A tour of Zumaia will give us an insight into the past and present of Basque shipbuilding, as it is the historic home of shipyards.

  • 11:00 a 12:30. Guided walking tour of the old town. We will visit the hermitage and old fishermen’s guild of San Telmo and the church of San Pedro, all of them closely linked to the sea..
  • Free time


Orio: We will share the competitive spirit by walking around and getting to know the capital of rowing. In this town we will analyse the importance of its location, the Orio has been and is a source of fishing wealth, transport and energy.

  • 16:30-18:00. Guided walking tour of the old town. We will visit the parish church of San Nikolas de Orio and the Arraunetxe facilities, the latter with a visit to the facilities where the current winners of the La Concha flag train, and the rowing club’s flag room, the club with the highest number of flags in the Bay of Biscay.
Thursday Mutriku: Enjoying the charm of Mutriku, we will get to know lesser-known aspects of the nautical-fishing sector, such as the work carried out by the women, without forgetting to analyse the illustrious figures who have left, or not, their mark on the town.

  • 11:00 a 12:30. Guided walking tour of the monumental old town.
  • Free time


Deba: We will learn about Deba’s past as a very important commercial port and headquarters of traders. A perfect visit to learn more about the products for which the Basques were so important, such as their wood and iron.

  • 16:30-17:30. Guided walking tour. You will visit its streets and the church of Santa Maria la Real, a Gothic jewel closely linked to the sea and its merchants. .