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Ignatian Way
Recreates the route that Ignatius of Loyola, being a knight, ran in 1522 from Loyola to Manresa.This itinerary offers the opportunity to experience a pilgrimage, following the spiritual process that made Ignacio.The road begins at the birthplace of Azpeitia (Guipúzcoa) and ends in the Cave of St. Ignatius in Manresa.The mountainous terrain through which the pilgrims will be walking, with its pleasant trails, green forests, and steep inclines, will give us a chance to discover the secrets of this land in which such creative and sturdy men and women have been forged.  Those who love natural landscapes will enjoy Euskadi tremendously.  The diversity and beauty of its rugged landscapes is evident not only in the areas which have been designated nature reserves but also in most of the Basque territory.
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THE ST JAMES’ WAY BY GIPUZKOA: THE COASTAL ROUTE
The Coastal Route nowadays is another way of enjoying the sea views and alternating hikes up small mountains with urban landscapes whilst getting to know the districts of the Gipuzkoa Coast one by one. It starts in Hondarribia and takes in the most extraordinary landscapes offered by the sea and mountains in Gipuzkoa. It finishes in the pretty seaside town of Mutriku, just before pilgrims start their descent into Bizkaia.1st Stage: Hondarribia-Lezo-Pasaia    2nd Stage: Pasaia-Donostia    3rd Stage: Donostia-Orio    4th Stage: Orio-Zarautz5th Stage: Zarautz-Getaria-Zumaia6th Stage: Zumaia-Itziar-Deba7th Stage: Deba-Markina Xemein  
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Hermitage of La Antigua
The first documents that mention this hermitage are from the year 1366. It has a unique inner beauty of which its mixture of stone and wood is the highlight. The defensive outside part contains a fourteenth century Romanesque entrance and a cross installed during the extension carried out in the fifteenth century.La Antigua tourist oficeBeloki Hiribidea s/nZumarraga 20700Tel: 943 722 042turismobulegoa@urolagaraia.comwww.urolagaraia.com
Markets in Ordizia and Tolosa
Marketsare a pleasure for the senses and the best showcases for local quality in Gipuzkoa. Ordizia’s Wednesday market is the most important in the province and its prices are the reference for the rest of the territory. The other outstanding weekly event takes place every Saturday in Tolosa. Ordizia fair The origin of this market goes back to the 11th-12th centuries, around the hermitage of San Bartolomé –a meeting point for Ordiziain habitants and for the producers of the surroundings. Nowadays, the fair takes place in the town centre, in the Plaza Mayor (Main Square). Every Wednesday, the fair gathers buyers and sellers of agricultural and livestock products coming from the whole Goierri region, in a very lively and colourful atmosphere. Tolosa Market Every Saturday, El Tinglado market witnesses the sale of local products, such as the highly esteemed Tolosa bean, the black pudding, the ‘mondejus’ –avariety of white pudding–, and the green chili peppers typical ofthe neighbouring village of Ibarra.
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Albaola
Albaola The Sea Factory of The Basques is located at the entrance of the Bay of Pasaia (Gipuzkoa), close to the ancient steam dredger Jazikibel and situated in a renovated shipyard.In this magical and hidden place the ship writing carpenters repair and build boats with high historic and ethnographic value.Albaola factory evokes many sea odysseys lived by the Basque people along the New World trough the whale hunters and their vessels. More than a museum, this factory is an imaginative and open space where you can learn, thanks to a dynamic process, the sea history of the Basques watching the public construction of the replica of one of its most famous ships: XVIth century whale ship San Juan.San Juan whaling ship is the living exponent which shows the importance of 16th century Basque sea industry.  In order to carry out this construction, a collaborative network is created and formed by cultural equipments and social agents related to the heritage, the history, the naval construction, the education and the environment.  In addition, this construction is one of the most special projects of the European Capital of Culture 2016 – Donostia-San Sebastián.  You can visit the whaling ship construction process here, in the Basque sea factory, it’s dynamic and it develops over time to the rhythm of its constructive stages inside a big shed where the big structure pieces are finally assembled.All this process is set in a permanent exhibition based on the whaling and the sea activity of the Basques during the 16th century.Albaola completes your tourism experience inviting you to navigate along the bay of Pasaia: the access to the museum can be made by the sea thanks to a maritime transport service located at 'Muelle del Hospitalillo'. You can park your car at the free parking of Trintxerpe situated on the same wharf and you can board on this green boat where an exciting tour will start.   Time table: From Easter to September open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.From October to Easter open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.mExcept during the 1st of January, and the 24, 25 and 31st of December.
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Basque Coast Geopark
We offer you the possibility to explore the planet’s past and delve into its mysteries, on theFlysch Routeor theKarst Route. It is also the ideal place to enjoy nature, local culture, traditions and gastronomy. TheFlysch Routeincludes boat trips, cliff walks, visits to interpretation centres, trekking, geotours…You Choose! On theKarst Routeyou will discover a mosaic of landscapes created through the erosion of limestone.
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