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Mutriku, Basque Country, Spain
Mutriku Marina is also known as Puerto Deportivo Mutriku and it is located in the town with the same name that has impressive buildings, beautiful waters and clean, impeccable beaches. This small marina is surrounded by a thrilling vegetation and it is the perfect place to spend a relaxing vacation in a natural environment. The natural harbour protects the village from the strong winds of the ocean. There are rural landscapes here that are relaxing and very authentic, which is why so many nature enthusiasts are attracted to this place. Travellers will be able to see large rocks lying on the beach, offering an amazing sight. Tourists who have a desire to spend some more time in the area can find accommodation services provided by the Hotel Zumalabe, the Hotel Arbe or Casa Rural Pikua. The fresh meals can be offered by Taberna Ametza, Restaurante Pikua, Jarri Toki and others. An incredible seaside village and turquoise waters will be enjoyed by those who have a taste for art.
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Cancellation Policy of Mutriku : restrictive
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Attractions in Basque Country
The Basque Country is also known as Euskadi in Basque, Pais Vasco in Spanish or Pays Basque in French. This is an extremely valuable region that includes the historical territories of Alava, Biscay and Gipuzkoa, being one of the autonomous communities in the northern side of Spain since 1978. The Basque Country is filled with green strips of land and stunning landscapes that have brought the appreciation of the tourists all over the world. The Pyrenees Mountains are the ones that separate Spain from France, but the similarities between the two territories cannot be ignored.
This region prides itself with a well-developed tourism, a rich culture, an excellent cuisine and many natural beauties. The Basque Country has a long history that began in the Palaeolithic, which is why the tourists can admire a great number of monuments, ruins and museums today. Many tribes used to live on this territory, such as the Vascones, the Varduli, The Tarbelli, the Berones, The Autrig... more info
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