Beach, promenade, culture, and gastronomy

When our guests ask for a quiet day that includes beach, a short hike and some cultural visit, one of our proposals is Pasajes (Basque Country-Spain): cradle of the great whalers and Basque shipyards. A town divided into two banks: Pasajes San Pedro and Pasajes San Juan. This time we started the walk in San Juan to get closer to the mouth of the sea. When we came back, some decided ...

Read More

Do you want to travel in time?

On the coast of the Basque Country (Spain), between two coastal villages lies a landscape that uncovers some of the most impressive episodes in the recent history of the earth. 13 kilometers of cliffs with a formation of rock layers called Flysch which surface is a treasure of more than 60 million years of history. Accompanied by a geologist you will travel to the bowels of the earth to discover, for ...

Read More

Team building with local soul

In the Basque Country there are many possibilities to organize team building activities, so it is important to know our clients' objectives. In addition to being clear about their requirements in terms of being easy to execute, we like and need to know if they are looking for inspiration, creativity encouragement , mental speed, group cohesion, develop some type of competence, participation ... This way we can focus our efforts and narrow ...

Read More

Inspiring way

The Old Port of Getxo is a very authentic place. One of its strategic points is located in a small square. Under maples ‘shade, sipping on some Rioja wine, having a conversation with white-bearded sailors, arrantzales* fixing and working on their boats and the local farmers selling tomatoes on the walls that protected the medieval town. After sampling a grilled sea bass caught that morning, we went to the yachting port. ...

Read More

Dream and reality

"That day we woke up in a stone house facing the Cantabrian Sea (northern Spain). The beach was empty. The sand, white and fine, tickled your feet; and from the shore, the waves were calling. They whispered in a slow and hypnotic rhythm, so we dragged ourselves to a Malibu XXL board. There, eight of us adventurers paddled towards the cliffs of a nature reserve. When we were exploring one ...

Read More

Looking for magical places

Today I finished the day with a mojito, on a walkway 45 meters from the ground, in an UNESCO World Heritage place, facing the Cantabrian Sea. A courageous initiative that comes from the idea of an entrepreneur, the Don Peppone Restaurant, and the Bizkaia Bridge collaboration, with Marta Uriarte as Managing Director. A terrace chill-out built at the base of the world's first ferry bridge is inspiring; especially lying on the comfy ...

Read More

Ideas that arise hidden in a cabin, surrounded by cliffs, parks and vineyards.

We have the instinct to find special places and people. We are always looking for ways to inspire. Wherever they are, we come to them. In this case from the hand of one of our collaborators, of which we have already talked about in this blog. José Ángel conveys passion, strength, determination, illusion ... He lives in the land where his vines are, in the middle of a UNESCO biosphere reserve ...

Read More

A space where to kiss, conspire, hug, hide, sing, jump, taste … and work

A gigantic wine storage, from the beginning of the 20th century, converted into a multipurpose space for culture, food, sports, reading, art ... Philippe Starck designed "Azkuna Zentroa" as a place to unite people. As soon as you enter, in the open 610 square meters of the Atrium of Cultures, 43 pillar welcome you; they represent all the different cultures, architecture, wars and religions men have seen through history. 120 artisans, architects ...

Read More

Expect more than just the Guggenheim

One of the most renowned museums in the world, it changes its appearance several times throughout the day. The titanium that gives its shape absorbs the colors and the light of the sky, the estuary, the hills and the downtown’s buildings. Inside, the forms created thanks to the height and materials used such as glass and white stucco, inspire and prepare our mind and soul to enjoy the art pieces housed. ...

Read More

Carola crane

The Carola Crane recalls the industrial past of Bilbao (Basque Country - Spain), nowadays awarded as part of the UNESCO Creative Cities network, displaying a contemporary architecture with works by architects such as Gehry, Hisozaki, Calatrava, Stark, Moneo, Siza, Foster… This is a place of reference for our guests. This is our meeting point to enter the Maritime Museum and learn in a pleasant way how Bilbao went from being an ...

Read More