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Basque Country, Spain Family-friendly activities

Our most recommended Basque Country, Spain Family-friendly activities

Bilbao: San Mamés Museum and Stadium Tour

1. Bilbao: San Mamés Museum and Stadium Tour

Access the Museum between gates 19 and 20 of the famous San Mamés stadium where the tour visit begins. Then experience a unique insight into the world of football at grass level. Live the experience of a real-life footballer as you run out onto the field from the tunnel, wander through the locker rooms, and imagine the buzz of excitement in the press room. Along with the stadium tour, visit the modern and innovative Athletic Club museum, home to a wide selection of fascinating football memorabilia. Explore the museum and marvel at its collection of 500 original football-related objects that have been collected over more than a century. See the past and present of the club come to life as you admire trophies, costumes, graphics and audiovisual material celebrating the Red and Whites. There’s plenty to see and do at the museum with 4 audiovisual productions, 13 interactive systems, 600 videos, an immersive video-wall, and a playroom equipped with entertainment for all ages.

La Rioja: Jamon Iberico Farm Tour and Tasting with Wine

2. La Rioja: Jamon Iberico Farm Tour and Tasting with Wine

Come and learn about our Duroc piglet breeding project under the organic farming method in the Ocón Valley, La Rioja, in the heart of the Biosphere Reserve. We will start the visit in our organic farm 'El Encinar' where our piglets live and breed happily, enjoying the sun and the open air, in contact with nature. We will continue the visit in our facilities where we elaborate our organic artisan meats and sausages and you will be able to see up close how we carry out the whole process. You will learn how Jamón Iberico de Bellota is created. The most prestigious ham in the world. Finally we will enjoy a tasting of our organic Jamónes paired with Rioja wine. Get ready for an amazing Experience!!!

From Guernica: Urdaibai Reserve Boat Trip with Transfers

3. From Guernica: Urdaibai Reserve Boat Trip with Transfers

Declared a protected area by UNESCO in 1984, the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve is a diverse area that includes forests, beaches, and islands. Take the opportunity to explore it on a guided boat tour and see what makes this part of the Basque Country so special. Start with pick up from Guernica before boarding the boat and crossing the estuary which is surrounded by forests on both sides. Then, head to some of the best beaches and islands that are part of the biosphere reserve. Your guide will take you to some of the reserve's most beautiful ports, beaches, and marshes and help you to discover some of the highlights of this unique ecosystem. Enjoy some local wine and a snack before you head back to land and return to your hotel.

San Sebastian: Pintxos and Wine Tour with 5 Tastings

4. San Sebastian: Pintxos and Wine Tour with 5 Tastings

Experience San Sebastian’s everyday life on this pintxos and wine tour and learn about the city's history, culture, and gastronomy. Taste the best pintxos (the Basque country's equivalent of tapas) and learn how to navigate the local food scene. Enjoy up to six food tastings paired with wine or cider. Meet your guide near the Good Shepherd of San Sebastian Cathedral and set out on your journey of exploration. Visit two of the city's most emblematic neighborhoods with stops at five hand-picked taverns serving unique house specialties. At each stop, sample traditional and modern pintxos including anchovies, local beef, seared local cod, and suckling pig. Each dish is washed down with your choice of local wine, cider, or non-alcoholic drink. With each food tour you book, a meal is donated to a person in need in San Sebastian.

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What people are saying about Basque Country, Spain

The visit is worth the detour because there is a superb museum, we visit the stadium from top to bottom in every detail. The price is up to what they show us. In addition we fell the day of a match they were preparing the stadium during the visit it was great. We do not regret at all.

My daughter and I loved the tour. Without being a football fan, we feel a certain emotion when entering the lawn and visiting the locker rooms. The course is very well done and it is an excellent family outing.

Exceeds expectations, visit a very well decorated museum, press room, substitute bench and coach, changing rooms...Fantastic

A very good tour, you need to bring apple earphones if you have an iPhone though

It's worth it, everything is very clean and pleasant.