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All reviews san juan ring the bell game of thrones basque country car park the bus three times parking lot beautiful place amazing views great walk the cliff sunny day sea level good luck well worth the effort stone bridge
We went after 21h to see the church. A lot of advantages : evening sunset, free entrance and ofcourse almost no tourists. The guidance is top and the hiking route is very clean. View is amazing. Take care : good shape is a must.
We headed here from Bilbao, so we made sure to pack a picnic lunch with plenty of water and headed down with our backpack of snacks. Even the walk down was a bit strenuous, but the rewarding view of the island was a wonderful thing...More
We we were gifted with a beautiful weather on the day of our visit so we enjoyed every single minute of it.
Be prepared for a long hike with pendent up and down and lots a lots of stairs but it was so worth it....More
Hard ride on the descent and harder on the climb. There are places to rest, but being prepared is necessary. Ideal to go when the weather is bad, because with sun it can be hell.
All the people can make the journey, with more or...More
Despite the pelting rain (sometimes sideway), the blustery wind, the steep climb down to the island, and then up the steep stairs to the Church, I made it and rang the bell three times. It was arduous and I had to stop plenty of times...More
we visited on a special day when hundreds descend on this beautiful place for a celebration of San Juan, 24th June. I joined the many groups distinguished by their blue tee shirts, scarves and badges, and was lucky enough to be able to join one...More
The pictures you see of this place are amazing, and yet they don't do this spot any justice. You'll walk and walk and maybe lose your breath, but it is so incredible that I would do it again in a heartbeat.
This place is definitely worth the drive and hike down and up the mountain. We did not luck out with the weather, it was drizzling half the time we were up there however even with the rain the scenery is simply spectacular. I have never...More
It takes a while to get there, the roads are unclear but everybody has GPS nowadays. First of all, make sure you book in advance because the place is getting busier everyday and the day will come in which you either book or see it...More
The island and coastline are simply beautiful, the history fascinating. It’s hard work getting to it and you need good walking shoes, physical fitness and determination to get there. The climb up to the church is 292 steep steps. The return journey is up a...More
Response from Christian A | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I witnessed that they (the organization responsible for the site) made brought some people to the beginning of the bridge, but also from there it is around 500 meters per direction of walking. Otherwise you would have to... More
Hi, I witnessed that they (the organization responsible for the site) made brought some people to the beginning of the bridge, but also from there it is around 500 meters per direction of walking. Otherwise you would have to add up around 1 hour from the parking and to the parking.
The public buses operate to here so it is open, but I'm not sure as to their hours. I'd hazard a guess and say between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., you'd be safe. It does take at least an hour (and that's if you keep on... More
The public buses operate to here so it is open, but I'm not sure as to their hours. I'd hazard a guess and say between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., you'd be safe. It does take at least an hour (and that's if you keep on moving at a decent pace) so you'd need to make allowances perhaps.
The weather at this time time of the year is in the 10C range so maybe a couple of layers; you can always take off the jacket if you get too warm, and stay hydrated.
You're in for a real treat.