DAYTRIPS FROM BILBAO

Day Trips from Bilbao

Nature. Gastronomy. History.

Organized daytrips from Bilbao

65€/adult

32.5€/child
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GAME OF THRONES SCENERY / 5 hours/ every thursday at 8:30

Guernica & San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

Learn more about the history of the Basque Country on a trip to the amazing rock islet of Gaztelugatxe from Bilbao. Visit some of the local villages and get some free time to climb to the hermitage of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe.

75€/adult

37.5€/child
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8 hours / every tuesday at 8:30

Loyola, Getaria, Zarauz & San Sebastian Day Tour

Follow the highway towards the east, into the province of Gipuzkoa. On the way to the Sanctuary of Loyola, you will be able to admire the areas of inner Basque Country, combined with rural valleys and industrial villages in between mountains!

65€/adult

32.50€/child
5 hours / every wednesday at 8:30

Elorrio, Oñati & Sanctuary of Arantzazu

Discover the Basque Country - rural villages, palaces, historical buildings and a breathtaking landscape. Visit the oldest University of the Basque Country and see the medieval tower houses.

75€/adult

37.5€/child
Duration 8 hours

Vitoria & Rioja Day Tour from Bilbao

It is a full day excursion with guaranteed departures for two or more people on Mondays at 09:00 o'clock in the morning to Vitoria & Rioja area with guided visit to Wine Cellar.

90€/adult

45€/child
Duration 9 hours

Mountains and Sea Full-Day Tour

See the historical monuments of Vitoria-Gasteiz and discover the surprising corners of the Basque Country, including the old salt flats of Salinas de Añana and the medieval village of Balmaseda.

Dragonstone

If you are a fan of Game of Thrones be prepared to feel like a Targaryen (the natural settings were used for the series) while visiting San Juan de Gaztelugatxe (Dragonstone).

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe stands in front of the Biscay coast as one of the greatest jewels of the Basque Country, a space, in which travelers from all over the world converge to meet in person one of the most acclaimed natural wonders in the world.

What was once the islet of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, has been transformed into a peninsula by the human being by building on the tidal plain the narrow road that takes us to its highest point.

A road that makes it possible for this Basque enclave to have become one of the most visited places in the north of the peninsula.

Gernica

Many people from all over the world have heard about Guernica thanks in part to Pablo Picasso. The town was bombed in 1937 and it was said events that inspired Picasso’s most famous work of art, the “Guernica”. The bombing almost completely destroyed the city and ended the lives of many civilians. Guernica is also a place of great political importance because it is the home of the Guernica Tree, under whose branches autonomy was granted to the Basque Country in the Middle Ages

Aranzazu Sanctuary

The Sanctuary of Arantzazu, is by its own merits, one of the most charismatic and important temples of Euskadi. One of the most visited religious buildings in our environment. Located on the very abyss, surrounded by authentic nature, this religious complex of Oñati is one of the most representative elements of contemporary sacred art in Euskadi. And, although this temple has been destroyed and rebuilt up to 3 occasions (1553,1622 and 1834), the current version of the temple (twentieth century), attracts the attention of experts and inexperienced. And it is not for less, the forms and styles of each one of the elements that compose it are authentic works of art.

Getaria

An impressive coastal area, a charismatic fishing port and a beautiful historical center give rise to the municipality that saw the birth of 2 of the great characters of Basque history, Juan Sebastián Elkano and Cristóbal Balenciaga. Getaria, a Gipuzkoan town located in the region of Urola Kosta, is presented to the world as one of the best gastronomic spaces in Euskal Herria, but not only for its gastronomy is Getaria known, this small coastal town of approximately 10 square kilometers in length and of 2,700 inhabitants, it is also known for its Txakoli wineries, its beaches, its history and the peculiar silhouette that forms along Mount San Antón, a form, to which it owes the nickname of “the mouse of Getaria”.

Vitoria - Gasteiz

Vitoria-Gasteiz hides behind its great walls hundreds of corners worthy of admiration, no doubt, the great unknown of the Basque Country. This city, capital of the Basque province of Álava-Araba and of the Basque Autonomous Community itself, is known throughout the Basque Country for its quality of life, its large green spaces and of course, for its great culture and enogastronomic history.

Laguardia & Rioja wineyards

A medieval town, located on top of a mountain with a perimeter wall and incredible views. In its streets we can find some palatial houses that still retain their blazons and carved shields and a great religious heritage.

One of the charms of Laguardia is that all the subsoil of the villa is pierced by the cellars dug under the houses and streets, about six meters deep. Also around the villa you can see wineries of more modern architecture.

The Salt Valley

Come to the Salt Valley of Añana and enjoy a unique experience: visit and get to know one of the most unique architectural, landscape, archaeological, geological and historical complexes in the world.

The uniqueness of the salt flats of Añana and its recovery project are being recognized by thousands of visitors. Therefore, the Salt Valley is a candidate to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also a Good of Cultural Interest

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