The real appeal of the tiny town of Elorrio (population 7,000) is the opportunity to experience rural Basque culture, with a glass of red wine. Surrounded by cool mountains, most the village's classic stone architecture dated from the 16th and 17th ... 

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1 star rating: I do not recommend this
September 2013

I wanted to give No Stars but the system would not allow it! I was extremely disappointed with this trip and the customer service. The transport was just a regular van which meant the guide had to turn around to talk to us and the road noise made it hard to hear. Not that it mattered as the guide's English was almost impossible to understand. The transport was late arriving and the whole trip was rushed. We were given FIVE minutes to buy and drink a coffee! We felt that driver and guide had to be back in Bilbao for another appointment in the afternoon. It is a shame as the places we visited looked interesting, but we had no time to see them. Very poor value for money . Not recommended.

Doing what: Elorrio, Oinati and Arantzazu

4 star rating: Recommended
October 2010

This was an excellent way to get out into the Basque country side. The church in Oinati was so beautiful to be in such a small town. Teresa, our guide was good.

Doing what: Elorrio, Oinati and Arantzazu

4 star rating: Recommended
July 2010

Many thanks to our guide. Arantzazu was the highlight! It would have been fantastic if the weather was clearer.

Doing what: Elorrio, Oinati and Arantzazu

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