TXAKOLI ROUTE BETWEEN ZARAUTZ-GETARIA
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Everyday except 31/07, 15-16/08, 25-31/12.
Amara rail station (Euskotren) plaza Easo 9
Did you know that the txakoli route between Zarautz and Getaria is part of the Saint James Way of the North?
The meeting point will be at the main entrance of the Amara train station (Euskotren), Plaza Easo 9, at 8:30 a.m. Your guide will be waiting for you to board the train which will take you to the town of Zarautz, famous for its long beach and surfing.
After a short tour of the town, you will start hiking the first 500 meters along an old and steep Roman Road.
The rest of the way will pass between watchtowers, former viewpoints for the capture of the whale, farms and vineyards of txakoli, of the grape variety “hondarribi zuri,” which seem to reach the ocean. You will discover a mountainous and coastal landscape difficult to improve.
Along the way, you will have the opportunity to visit a Txakoli winery, where they produce their most appreciated white wine with Denomination of Origen “Txakoli de Getaria” & “Getariako Txakolina.”
To end up, you will walk around the narrow streets of the small, medieval town of Getaria, the birthplace of illustrious persons such as the navigator Juan Sebastian Elkano and the designer Cristóbal Balenciaga.
The return to San Sebastian will be by bus from Getaria.
-Visit to winery
-Txakoli and local products tasting
You will be redirected to the official booking center of San Sebastian Region
Price Tax included: Adults 75.00€, Young people (14-17) 65.00€, Retired people 65.00€, Children (0-13) 50.00€
Duration 6 hours
Discover one of the most emblematic pathways of our Gipuzkoan coastline, which links the towns of Zarautz and Getaria. The path runs through the “Txakoli Route,” with numerous vineyards of the grape variety “hondarribi zuri,” that give color to the path of watchtowers (atalayas), which in the past were lookout points for the capture of whales. ºIncludes txakoli tasting with “Denomination of Origin” (Getariako txakolina)
RUTA DE TXAKOLI ENTRE ZARAUTZ Y GETARIA