Five Days Culture
San Sebastian Sightseeing and Pintxos
A walk through San Sebastián from East to West, climbing a mountain, crossing a river, getting to know its architecture, its geography, the secrets of its history and ‘cool,’ as well as its authenticity. There will be pintxos and an in-depth course on how to roll like a local in the beloved Basque bars.
Biarritz, Saint Jean de Luz & Hondarribia
Are these the luckiest 40 kilometers of coastline in Spain and France? They are the luckiest 40 kilometers of coastline in Spain and France. The Côte Basque is world-famous for its quality of life, beaches, landscapes, idyllic houses and amazing gastronomy. A tour with stories from the Belle Epoque, pirates, surfers from 1950s Hollywood, cheese, chocolate, pintxos recommended by the New York Times… Need I say more? REALLY?
Guggenheim and Basque Coast
A tour of a section of Basque Highway 101 through the greatest hits of the Basque coast (Did someone say “Dragonstone”?), arriving at the titanium museum that put Bilbao on the map.
Basque Mountains, Ocean and Sanctuary of Loyola
Rocky mountains, a Basque baseball game, winding roads, a piece of Baroque Rome hidden in a valley, cliffs that explain the last 900,000 years of the planet, a beach inhabited by dragons, a Basque sailor who went ‘round the world for the first time ... oh wait! Is all of this true? Yes, of course. Ikusnahi never lies.
Unspoiled French Basque Countryside
Inland France has little to do with the famous Côte Basque. Get ready for a trip in which silence, white houses, dizzying mountains, cascades of red peppers and gastronomy are our daily bread. We know that it will be difficult for you to pronounce the names of the towns on this route, but it’s better this way: no one else will know the secrets we’ll let you in on.
- Price: two people €
- Extra adult + €
- Child (10-17 years old) + €
- Children under 10 years free of charge
- Private tours
- Professional guide
- Meals, drinks and tickets not listed above