Welcome to Euskadi! Practically 25% of the territory of the Basque Country is a protected natural area: with a coastal biosphere reserve, 9 natural parks, 1 Geopark, 7 internationally recognised Ramsar Wetlands and 3 different biotopes, you can guess there are many different ways to enjoy a thrilling natural adventure in this amazing land: by sea - onboard a canoe, a standup paddle board or a boat; by foot; or on wheels - by bicycle!
From exciting and energetic activities to more relaxed, family-oriented pursuits, there is something for everyone, whether you’re travelling alone or with your friends and family.
Amidst this fantastic combination of natural surroundings and plans, you can go dolphin, whale or bird watching in the morning and then visit the world wide recognized Guggenheim Bilbao Museum in the afternoon. Take a stroll through San Sebastian, or visit the Basque Coast Geopark after a day of surfing! Breathe in the pure air of the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, watch birds migrate, and visit the unforgettable San Juan de Gaztelugatxe promontory -now better known as Dragonstone- and its surrounding geological landscape along the Flysch -the stunning rock formations of the coastal Geopark.
Walk the pilgrim routes of St. James, cycle along one of the green ways, or go mountain-biking. And, after a great day of action, recover your energy in one of the many small, historical fisher towns of a country than can pride itself of having one of the best cuisines in the World.