Visitors’ can enjoy a wide range of attractions . Each of the boroughs boast exceptionally stunning scenery, and together form a mountainous and coastal setting of unmatchable beauty.
Getaria’s fishing harbour, one of the finest on the Cantabrian coast, its restaurants and grill rooms, together with its church and medieval old town, make this a must for visitors, who will be able to savour the succulent fish roasted on the grills and accompanied by an excellentTxakoli de Getaria wine.
Following a visit to Santa Maria la Real, the Archaeological and Monumental Site of Zarautz, we can make our way down to the sea promenade and enjoy a stroll along Zarautz’s spectacular beach, which is extremely popular with surfers…the lively terrace cafés and bustling streets make Zarautz a highly attractive town for visitors.
Aia is a rural borough lying next to Pagoeta Nature Park and an ideal location for lovers of hiking.We strongly recommend a visit to the Blacksmith’s, the Mills of Agorregi or Iturrarán Botanical Gardens.