Oiasso, standing at the mouth of the Bidasoa River was the port city of the Vascones in Roman times.
Gipuzkoa is in itself a place packed with traditions, history, art, etc., making it the perfect place to visit museums of different kinds and subject matter. From museums dedicated to hugely important artists such as Chillida and Balenciaga to smaller yet no less interesting options such as the one dedicated to Victor Hugo in Pasajes San Juan, or others with specific themes for the younger members of the family.
This is a good starting point for visiting places such as Arrate, Akondia, Kalamua, Urko and Aginaga and stands in the colony of Arrate.
The Debabarrena region, and more specifically Eibar, has always had close connections with the arms industry.
Ekain is one of the best kept treasures in the Basque Country and one of the most important prehistoric sanctuaries in Europe.
The House of History takes a look back in time at the city, and it does so in the place most suited to the purpose: Mount Urgull.
The Way of St James has several routes opened by pilgrims from Europe as they headed for the tomb of James the Apostle in the 9th century.
The Larruntza Mill, in the San Gregorio neighbourhood of Ataun, looks at the life and work of the prestigious anthropologist and ethnographer Joxemiel Barandiaran.
The Santa María La Real- Archaeological/Monumental Site in Zarautz consists of the Zarautz Bell Tower —which houses the Museum of Art and History of Zarautz— the Santa María La Real Parish Church.
The Basque Interpretation Centre for Historical Memory, in Elgeta, focuses on the Spanish Civil War.
An underground baroque cathedral created by the forces of nature.