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This route is for the surfing addicted – those that can't see the life without the surfboard and magnetic waves of Atlantic. Our bus trail will take you to the most beautiful surf beaches of Spain. The mesmerizing sunset at Cape Finisterre will change your life forever and Santiago de Compostela will conquer your heart.

Day 1

10:00 – Basques
13:00 - 17:00 Zurriola Beach (San Sebastian)
20:00 – 23:00 Mundaka (Biscay)

Day 2

08:00 – 13:00 Playa de Somo (Cantabria)
16:00 – 19:00 Playa de Rodiles (Asturias)

Day 3

05:30 – 09:00 Razo (A Coruña)
14:00 – Cape Finisterre
Day 1: Basques - Zurriola Beach (San Sebastian) - Mundaka (Biscay)
Basque Country, in case you haven't heard, isn't like the rest of Spain. Proudly perched on the northern Atlantic coast, near the border of France, the fabled region – locally known as Euskadi or País Vasco – has its own language, its own culinary traditions, and a distinctive geographic and cultural landscape. From fairy tale-like villages and modern architectural landmarks to world-class food and wine, here are 10 reasons to visit Basque Country.
San Sebastian
San Sebastian is famed for its beaches, quaint Old Town and first-class restaurants. Known as Donostia in Basque, you'll find a great choice of cultural events and a strong regional character here. The Old Town hosts a great scene of local eateries, markets and shops, as well as many landmarks around an impressive cathedral. From La Concha Beach to the Aquarium, there are plenty to see and do in San Sebastian.
Mundaka (Biscay)
Towering cliffs, scenic beaches and lush nature reserves are among the big attractions that lie just beyond Bilbao. Inhabited since Paleolithic times, Biscay Province provides a fine gateway to the wonders of the Basque Country from hiking through dramatic scenery in the Parque Natural de Gorbeia to taking in human-made creations in waterside Portugalete. Biscay Province also contains Gernika, where the horrors of the 20th century are well documented in a village that suffered devastating bombardments during the Spanish Civil War.
Day 2: Playa de Somo (Cantabria) - Playa de Rodiles
Playa de Somo (Cantabria)
Cantabria is a one-province region that is an excellent place to learn Spanish because this is the only official language spoken here. It also stands out because of the great diversity of its environment. The coastal landscape of beaches, bays and cliffs blends together with valleys and highland areas, such as the mountain range of The Picos de Europa, situated in the western area. Several short but fast-flowing rivers cross the region, forming valleys perpendicular to the Bay of Biscay.
Playa de Rodiles (Asturias)
Asturias is an ancient and magical land, as majestic and thrilling, as it is ancient and romantic. A place to wake up to and feel exhilarated, to feel part of the bewitching landscapes and to experience the sensation that you are standing in prehistoric country. The beautiful, broad golden sands of 1km-long Playa de Rodiles, backed by eucalyptus trees, front the sea at the mouth of the Ría de Villaviciosa, 10km north of Villaviciosa. Surfers might find a wave to catch here in late summer.
Day 3: Razo (A Coruña) - Cape Finisterre
A Coruña
A Coruña is the capital of the province of La Coruna, located on the Atlantic coast, it's a beautiful, but immense city, on quite a different scale to the other Galician capitals of Pontevedra, Ourense and Lugo, and it is quite unique in many ways.
The city is served by the International airports of La Coruña and Santiago and well connected by train to Madrid and beyond. The motorway network allows access to the rest of Spain and the port of La Coruna is a popular stopping place for many cruise liners.
Cape Finisterre
Finisterre is a very famous fishing port, it is well known throughout Spain and you will see many signs directing you towards it and discover several tourist leaflets suggesting you visit it. The signs will call it Fisterra and it is at the western most point of Galicia, known as the costa da morte.
There are two areas of potential tourist interest in Finisterre. The first is a small castle ruin on the hill above the town and the second is the port area at the foot of the town. In truth we found both disappointing, but others may disagree.

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