Fishing Villages, Zumaia, Getaria and Txakoli Winery

Tour along the basque coast to visit the picturesque fishing villages of Zumaia and Getaria. Learn more about Juan Sebastian Elkano, the famous navigator and the first man to sail around the world and discover the secrets of the txakoli wine.

  • Zumaia and San Telmo hermitage.
  • The Flysch Cliffs, 60 million years of geological history.
  • Gearia, the port and the story of Juan Sabastian Elkano.
  • Txakoli winery and tasting.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 2: Moderate - some mobility needed

  • Duration

    5hrs

  • Max. passengers

    44

  • Booking code

    E-PAS1

  • From

    209 €

  • Notices

    Appropriate layered clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

Tour along the coast to visit the picturesque fishing villages of Zumaia and Getaria. We will start the day in Zumaia, known for its impressive flysch, its beautiful medieval historic centre, its fantastic beaches and the hermitage of San Telmo, as well as its delicious gastronomy based on fresh fish and seafood, tasty meats and its famous pintxos (tapas). 

From San Telmo we can enjoy the impressive views of Itzurun beach and enjoy the geological phenomenon known as Flysch, formed over thousands of years by the erosion of the sea and which leaves behind a landscape that does not seem to be of this world. A magical enclave where the iconic series Game of Thrones was filmed! 

We will continue our excursion in Getaria where we will walk through its medieval streets and port visiting its most famous landmarks such as the underground hermitage and the church of San Salvador and learn more about Juan Sebastian Elkano, the famous navigator and the first man to sail around the world. We will finish our excursion by visiting a Txakoli winery, the typical wine of the area, where we will learn more about the production process and enjoy a tasting of typical products 

Practical information: 

  • Included: Txakoli Wine tasting and local products. 

  • Language: English, Spanish and French.

  • Remarks/requirements: Appropriate layered clothing and comfortable walking shoes. 

  • Wheelchair accessible: No.