Nestled on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea, it boasts an unparalleled wealth of gastronomy, culture and nature that leaves no one untouched.Due to its strategic location, it has been criss-crossed by the main routes to and from Europe, both by land and by sea.This is a land of high peaks in its nature parks and a land bathed by the sea, creating a contrast that is unimaginable in the eyes of the visitor, even for those who return again and again, as Euskadi allows the visitor to discover a little more of itself each day.

Euskera and gastronomy are its hallmarks; a language of unknown provenance and a cuisine based on fresh produce that – whether in the form of tiny gems such as pintxos(small plates) or around a good table – will make you enjoy yourself and find once again that elusive smile of yours that hasn’t been seen for a while.

You can’t miss the capitals of the three historical territories: Donostia-San Sebastián, Bilbao and Vitoria-Gazteiz (capital of Euskadi and Alava), the Rioja/Álava region, the Nature Parks, the coast with its fishing villages and the flysch, the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum, the Donostia Aquarium, the Balenciaga Museum in Getaria, Artium in Vitoria...

And, at the heart of all this, the shire of Goierri.When you are in this shire, you are in the centre of Euskadi, an outstanding place to get to know the entire territory.