If you you're a rural lover, what can you expect, of a city that borders with the Pyrenees and is in the north of Spain. A lots, exactly. Almost too much. Welcome to Guipúzcoa and to the contrast of high mountains, green meadows, and the infinite blue of the sea, almost blurred in the blue of the sky.
Irún, Eibar, Beasain, are some of the most well-known towns around here, but that doesn't mean they are the most interesting ones around or, in other words, the only ones worth a visit, since every step you take in this region a new story begins.
A story with the main characters have already been assigned to Costa Urola, and its medieval air, and the natural reserve of Pagoeta. Bidasoa Txingudi offers a plot twist, with archeological findings from Roman times, and some of the most peculiar landscapes, a true wonder for those coming for rural tourism in Guipúzcoa. The natural reserve Aiako Harria, with its mining character can be the perfect end to your very own film of you stay in such a special place and, who knows if it might end up in San Sebastian's film festival.