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Spanish Basque Country
Camping Spanish Basque Country
The 4-star Camping Village Eskualduna in Hendaye can be considered the gateway to the Spanish Basque Country and all its treasures. In the purest spirit of the region, you’ll enjoy an exceptional vacation in our beach front establishment. When you rent a mobile home, chalet or pitch at camping Eskualduna, you’ll enjoy our water park, food store, restaurant and Wi-Fi internet access. And above all, you’ll have the chance to discover the Spanish Basque Country and a people who will delight you forever.
A land of history, tradition, hospitality, culture and festivities, the Spanish Basque Country boasts an exceptional geography that attracts millions of visitors every year. Its proximity to France, its mountains and its seaside resorts mean that it can offer the full spectrum of tourist activities.
Camping in the Spanish Basque Country: must-see sites
San Sebastián, the jewel of the Spanish Basque coast, is less than 30 minutes from Hendaye and Camping Village Eskualduna. Don’t miss La Concha Bay: a semicircular sandy beach lined with historic buildings and the famous Paseo de la Concha, offering breathtaking panoramic views over the bay. At one end, you’ll find a small fishing port with colorful boats, the facades of fishermen’s houses, the aquarium and Mount Urgull.
If you’re looking for an apéritif on a terrace, you’re just a few steps away, in the heart of the old town, whose many narrow streets are packed with stores and bars where you can enjoy delicious tapas, called pintxos in Basque. Before setting off again, the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, the Hotel Maria Christina and the La Perla spa are well worth a visit. Note that for 5 euros, a rail shuttle called El Topo will take you from Hendaye and back in 30 minutes.
A hundred kilometers to the west, Bilbao is a must for anyone wanting to get an idea of the dynamism, culture and identity of the Basque Country. A symbol of the Basque capital’s recent transformation, the Guggenheim Museum, a veritable work of architectural art with 33,000 titanium plates, stands proudly on Calle Iparraguirre. Another of Bilbao’s curiosities is its estuary. A stroll here will delight fans of architecture. The bridges and footbridges overlooking the river are real gems. Bizkaia is also a World Heritage Site. The estuary walk will take you to the old town, a lively district loved by its inhabitants. Here you’ll find everything you need to quench your thirst for festivity and delicacies.
Your vacation in a campsite in the Spanish Basque Country with swimming pool
A stone’s throw from the Eskualduna campsite, just across the border, Fontarrabie (“Fonta” for those in the know), is another place not to be missed for its typical, festive atmosphere. By road, or by boat from Hendaye, this ancient fortified town boasts a remarkably well-preserved urban heritage. The historic center, with its labyrinth of cobbled streets lined with colorful shuttered houses, is a festive place par excellence. For atmosphere and tapas, head for the streets around San Pedro and Santiago. Another of the town’s assets is that it’s home to a number of young chefs who have gone on to gain experience in the finest restaurants and have returned to make Fonta a Mecca of Basque gastronomy.
Finally, Guernica and Pamplona are two other Spanish Basque strongholds well worth a visit.