Well with the travel from San Sebastian or a stop on the way to Bilbao this beautiful spot had the sea, unusual rock formation supposedly from continental collision of European and African continents and surrounding country side.
When I paid this route, I was hesitating a bit about it... But it was really great. Good explanations, great views, nice people on board... If you have good weather, I would definitely recommend this visit
If you don't want to hike for hours (it might be worth it!), check for a 1hour boat trip along the flysch coast with the zumaya tourist office. They are very helpful and competent! You can also see several view points between zumaya and deba.
If you are traveling around Bilbao, San Sebastian, please go to Zumaia, and take a walk as long as you want around the beautiful and geological formations. Flysch. You can see the lines, the steps of the origin of the formation of the earth. Very...More
Our family with teens had the best time doing this hike. We started at Zumaia and walked 15 km from there. Took the train back. Beautiful cliffs, forests, plains, etc. One of the highlights of our trip to the Basque Country.
Almost fools you into thinking it's a lava flow pouring into the sea. Read aetiology on Google search. Nil explanatory notes except in Basque. Steep climb.to vantage point at Zumaia and was high tide. Worth a few photos.
If you are visiting San Sebastian, you must go here. It is only 30 minutes from San Sebastian. The place is not easy to find. I found it using "San Telmo Chapel" on my GPS
This place is a geological marvel and it is the kind of place that you cannot have enough by just looking at it. The rock formation is great and it looks like an endless pile of tiles placed next to each other to form one...More
This place is a geological marvel. So unique with interesting history. Bring your walking shoes as youy can walk quite a bit on uneven ground searching for different views. We didn't have much time here but are glad we came. We caught the bus from...More
Different plan from the rest. The Flysch is something different you are not used to seeing in many places. I recommend taking the boat to enjoy the good views and the flysch from a different part. I also suggest choosing a sunny day to admire...More