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Igartza Palace
In Igartza there is an historically interesting set of buildings, which are reached by crossing the 15th century bridge over the river Oria. The buildings comprise the Igartza palace (15th century), an ironworks, a mill (working) and Dolarea (a tavern, shop, inn and hospital long ago).
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Routes around Jaizkibel. Talaia track
Mount Jaizkibel is a key feature of the local landscape. Running parallel to the coastline, at its western end the mountain drops sharply away to the sea, with sheer cliffs standing up to 240 metres in height. At the eastern end, on the other hand, the terrain is less abrupt and small coves and ravines are formed where a number of small streams flow into the Atlantic. These areas are also a refuge for certain plant species which are extremely rare in the rest of Europe, such as some varieties of tropical ferns. Several colonies of seagulls, both lesser black-backed gulls and tallow-legged gulls, build their nests in the Jaizkibel cliff faces. Other marine birds, some very rare, such as the storm petrel, have also been spotted in this area, alongside very interesting reptilian species such as Schreiber`s green lizard and the western whip snake.
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Oñati-Arrikrutz cave
Arrikrutz the caves of Oñati form part of the Karst system of Gesaltza-Arrikrutz, being situated in the Aizkorri massif, at around 400 m above sea level. It is a cave that was formed in the limestone and dolomites in the upper Jurasic-lower Cretacic ages (between 154 and 96 million years ago). The system with 14 km of interconnected galleries and 6 superimposed floors is the largest cave of Gipuzkoa. The visit will be made to Gallery 53, located in the eastern sector of the Arrikrutz cave; a fossil gallery and former drain of the Aldaola River, it presents large galleries with interesting stalagmite concretions. The gallery of 390 m in length descends 55 m with an average slope of 9 degrees.
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Family museum short break
Do you want to have fun and learn as you play? In San Sebastian it`s very easy. When you visit the Eureka! Zientzia Museoa you`ll discover the fun side of science. And in the Aquarium you`ll have an extraordinary underwater experience, through the most beautiful seas on the planet. Your family will thank you with their biggest smiles.
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Tolosa Market
Tolosa has always been an unavoidable crossroads for travellers from Navarre, France and Castile, giving the town its significant trade development. Proof of this is seen in the fact that, even today, Tolosa has a weekly market every Saturday in the year in three different locations in the town: Sale of local produce in Tinglado Sale of non-local produce in Euskal Herria Square Sale of flowers & plants in Verdura Square
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Tidal area or flysch (Zumaia - Deba - Mutriku)
The term in Spanish 'rasa' or 'abrasion platform' is used to refer to the flat surface along the coastline, the formation of which is caused by the erosion of cliffs due to the effect of the waves. It consists of a series of strata which alternate hard layers (limestone and sandstone) with soft ones (loam and clay rocks) and looks like a cross section of puff pastry
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