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Basque Country Holidays

Walking holidays, road trips & tailormade tours to the Basque Country

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Let us introduce you to the people and places of the storied Basque Country, a grand old region of lively produce markets and elegant old towns, of sunny vineyards and lush green hills.

Basque Culture

Basque Culture
For decades, the proud symbols of Basque identity were something of a political lightning rod. No longer. Now the cultural fabric of the Basque Country shines through clear.... Read More

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Wineries of Basque Rioja
Between the Pyrenees mountains and the high plateau, Mediterranean and Atlantic climates blend to create optimum conditions for Rioja's famous medium bodied wines.... Read More

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Bilbao's storied streets
A symbol of Basque modernity, but far from burying its past, what the Guggenheim's arrival did was wake us all up to what had always been hiding in the heart of the city all along... Read More

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Pintxos bar hopping
Even in a world beyond 2020, cities mean socialising. And invariably, Basque cities mean socialising centred around pintxos; these tiny works of culinary art... Read More

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Market day in Guernica
Weekly Basque markets are a celebration of human relations and food. In Guernica, there's no better victory over the atrocities of Civil War than to see market life thriving again... Read More

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Camino del Norte trails
The Basque have always had a strong relation with the sea. But just reading the history books is one thing - walking along clifftop trails and tucking into fresh seafood is quite another... Read More

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Beyond the Basque Country
If you want to keep exploring, there's a tempting road journey to be had, linking the Basque Country and Catalonia via the pine forests, glacial lakes and high mountains of the Pyrenees... Read More

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Basque Culture
Wineries of Basque Rioja
Bilbao's storied streets
Pintxos bar hopping
Market day in Guernica
Camino del Norte trails
Beyond the Basque Country

Basque Culture

Basque Culture
For decades, the proud symbols of Basque identity were something of a political lightning rod. No longer. Now the cultural fabric of the Basque Country shines through clear.... Read More

1 of 7

Wineries of Basque Rioja
Between the Pyrenees mountains and the high plateau, Mediterranean and Atlantic climates blend to create optimum conditions for Rioja's famous medium bodied wines.... Read More

2 of 7

Bilbao's storied streets
A symbol of Basque modernity, but far from burying its past, what the Guggenheim's arrival did was wake us all up to what had always been hiding in the heart of the city all along... Read More

3 of 7

Pintxos bar hopping
Even in a world beyond 2020, cities mean socialising. And invariably, Basque cities mean socialising centred around pintxos; these tiny works of culinary art... Read More

4 of 7

Market day in Guernica
Weekly Basque markets are a celebration of human relations and food. In Guernica, there's no better victory over the atrocities of Civil War than to see market life thriving again... Read More

5 of 7

Camino del Norte trails
The Basque have always had a strong relation with the sea. But just reading the history books is one thing - walking along clifftop trails and tucking into fresh seafood is quite another... Read More

6 of 7

Beyond the Basque Country
If you want to keep exploring, there's a tempting road journey to be had, linking the Basque Country and Catalonia via the pine forests, glacial lakes and high mountains of the Pyrenees... Read More

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Basque Culture
Wineries of Basque Rioja
Bilbao's storied streets
Pintxos bar hopping
Market day in Guernica
Camino del Norte trails
Beyond the Basque Country