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Puerto Deportivo El Abra-Getxo, Basque Country, Spain
Puerto Deportivo El Abra-Getxo is also known as Port El Abra Getxo and it is located in Bilbao, the well-known city on the Spanish coast, in the province of Vizcaya and the largest city in the Basque Country. Being situated on the River Nervion, it offers a lush vegetation and a great diversity of sights and views. Travellers who will reach this destination will discover a complex city, that is both romantic, active, vibrant and relaxing. The main landmarks that must be seen while in Bilbao are the Plaza Nueva, the White Bridge, the City Hall, the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Arts, the Palacio de la Diputacion and many more. This is a wonderful location that will make everyone forget about the daily routine and will boost the levels of their energy. The architecture, the historical heritage and the leisure activities are well developed in this city. Bilbao is also an amazing destination for water sports lovers and those who enjoy knowing new cultures.
Facilities of Puerto Deportivo El Abra-Getxo
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Puerto Deportivo El Abra-Getxo : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
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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