3 days tour

Discover the Basque farmhouse

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Igartubeiti, a trip to the sixteenth century

KEY DETAILS

  • LIVE GUIDE: English, French, Spanish, Basque
  • INSTANT CONFIRMATION

 

WHAT YOU´LL DO

Delve into the seventeenth century visiting Igartubeiti farmhouse, one of the most referent Basque Farmhouse of the Golden Age. Thus enjoy the txakoli, the exclusive Basque white wine.

  • Day 1: Guided tour in Ordizia: the old part and D’elikatuz dynamic space
  • Day 2: Guided tour to Igartubeiti farmhouse
  • Day 3: Get to know txakoli cellars


WHAT TO EXPECT

Day 1

Arrive to OrdiziaGuided tour to the old part and experience D’elikatuz dynamic space. It is a diet and gastronomy centre for children and adults, which consists of two thematic areas: world diets and Basque Country gastronomy throughout time; apart from many general contents about food, fairs and markets, Basque cuisine, gastronomic societies and cider houses. This place will let you know and experience textures and flavourd. D’elikatuz offers a large room to temporary exhibits and but we could also find concerts, conferences, campaigns and similar temporary events.

Accommodation.

 

Day 2

Breakfast in the hotel.

Guided tour to Igartubeiti farmhouse. Lonely, monolithic, dressed in white, self-sufficient. There an unique building in the Basque Country with these characteristics: the referent farmhouse, example of the typical Basque civil architecture between that dofields, mountains and forests. These strong-wall buildings were the backbone of the territory during centuries being, at the same time, houses and farms with a very marked identity.

Near Zumarraga, in the rural setting of Ezkio, we find the Igartubeiti Farmhouse, a 16th century masonry and wood building that has reached our times in perfect conditions. The inside has been prepared for revealing the ins and outs of a baserri (farmhouse in Basque), its rooms, constructive elements and functions. The Igartubeiti has its doors wide open in order to show us how apples are pressed, how grass is dried and the secrets the ganbara -loft- hides under the gabled roof.

Free afternoon to explore the valley.

Accommodation.

 

Day 3

Breakfast in the hotel.

At the appointed time, tasting of txakoli de Getaria and Idiazabal Cheese.

A wonderful journey in search of an exclusive white wine: the Txakoli. We’ll tour the cellars where this characteristic wine is produced, hidden in the depths of labyrinths of vines, in inland settings or on the edge of coastal cliffs. This fruity, young – but closely linked to landscapes and ancient traditions – wine can only be explored in Euskadi-Basque Country.

Though Getaria Txakoli may be associated with the town that shares its name, this wine is currently produced with Designation of Origin throughout Gipuzkoa.

We suggest you explore and enjoy a Txakoli and Idiazábal cheese pairing at the hands of a renowned chef, member of Euro-Toques and Nariz de Oro (‘Golden Nose’) winner. Enjoy this pairing in the Igartza monumental complex in Beasain and taste one of the few ecological – free of pesticide and chemical fertilizer- Txakolis made in Gipuzkoa.

 

BEFORE GOING

With a private tour guide, the schedule, duration and activities can be adjusted to meet your needs. Please, provide any special requests you have.

Please note that this tour is a culture and food tour. But, you will get a pair of local snacks as well as a walk through the old quarter of San Sebastian in order to learn about the Basque culture and gastronomy. Please note that you will not receive a full meal.

 

CANCELLATION POLICY

  • Cancel up to 15 days in advance for a full refund
  • Cancellations between 15 days and 48 hours will be charged 50%
  • Cancellations 48 hours in advance will be charged 100%

 

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