DAY 4: EASTERN COAST
A ship from the 15th century, medieval walls and fishermen’s houses are waiting for you along the 20 kilometres between San Sebastian and the border between Gipuzkoa and France.
DAY 5: WESTERN COAST
Heading towards the west this time, you will find surfing beaches, fishing ports, txakoli wineries, the museum of the famous fashion designer Cristóbal Balenciaga and a geographical quirk that guards the tectonic secrets of the last 50 million years.
DAY 6: HIGHLANDS
You can’t move for greenery in the countless national parks surrounding San Sebastian, dotted with villages with a long tradition in ranching and farming and gastronomic markets that are over 500 years old.
DAY 7: FRENCH COAST
20 km to the east of San Sebastian is the French ‘Pays Basque’, with such gems as Biarritz and Saint-Jean-de-Luz overlooking the sea or tiny villages that take us back to times of yore.