Basque tuna

Our gourmet guests know well the specific characteristics of our local white Northern Albacore compared to the common tuna. It represents the high range of tuna, differing fundamentally for its exquisite flavor, smooth texture, and white tone. Also for its size, around 10 kilograms, which provides fat and juiciness. The Northern Albacore fishing takes place during the summer months in the waters of the Bay of Biscay using traditional selective and ...

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A piece of Civilization

One of the most representative salt flats in Europe is located in the Salt Valley of Añana (Alava- Spain), at 60 km from the sea. Difficult to believe that this unique and magnificent place was a sea 200 million years ago! Now it is a white lake of 120,000 square meters, divided into 5,000 wooden structures (eras) so that it does not affect the flavor. The production is done by hand ...

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Gilda in San Sebastián

A few weeks ago one of our guests declared his love for our Gilda. Most people associate that name with the beautiful Rita Hayworth and her mythical 1946 film; however, for us, a “Gilda” is a delicious snack; one of the famous pintxos* that fill the counter space of all our bars around here. It is quickly recognized by its simplicity and its color: a green chili pepper, an olive, ...

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Connecting people

Closing the connection with an agent is one of the moments we celebrate the most in go Basquing as Boutique DMC. Ensuring that the projects woo people and that the concept is repeated is a great satisfaction for us. We have worked hard to establish a Bizkaia (Basque Country-Spain) connection with Canada and it has paid off. It all started at the Montreal fair, thanks to a project carried out with ...

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Be one of us and feel unique.

For go Basquing the relationship with our collaborators is fundamental. That's why we are so special! You can find a little taste of the great people that form DMC boutique here.  Juanjo is another collaborator with whom we share our values. Thanks to him, our guests have access to some of the best Basque gastronomic societies, which otherwise, are only open to members; around the table, they can share with the locals ...

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Swing & food

Golf starts with "go" by go Basquing. We have explored every different alternative and ideas around this sport. We know every course, how to access each of the possibilities private clubs, and have designed all the possible routes ... Our research was so intense that Basquetour, a well-known tourism institution, reached to us as consultants to study the possibility of building a golf program in the Basque Country. Thanks to this ...

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Castles and vineyards

Insurmountable walls, castles on hills surrounded by vineyards, cobblestoned streets with palaces and shields of noble families, gothic churches, underground caves that hide centenary cellars ... it could be the scene of a medieval film, couldn’t it? however, we are referring to a town 100% authentic: Laguardia (Rioja-Spain). Just one hour away from the Bilbao airport, in the middle of nature, the Rioja Alavesa makes you feel good. All partly thanks ...

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The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards

This year’s awards, equal to the Oscars in gastronomy, will be held in Bilbao (Basque Country-Spain). We already have hundreds of ideas for these days on how to enjoy with our groups of guests: take them to a private gastronomic clubs where they could eat with the locals and share their songs and ancestral recipes; visit a traditional stone-house grill where they can taste the different flavors of the local ...

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Are you more of flowers or anchovies?

May is the month of the flowers in Europe ... except for us, which it is the month of the anchovy ;) One of the key dates for this year is May 15th, the day of the anchovy (Antxoa Eguna *). The fishing village of Ondarroa (Basque Country-Spain) will fill its streets with small local stalls where they will offer more than 1,000 pintxos ** all made with this bluefish which ...

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Santo Tomás, Cider and a Sow!

December 21st is a very special day for San Sebastian. For the last two centuries, on this day, the Donostiarras* get together to visit the Santo Tomás Market; the baserritarras* are the main focus, who come down from the nearby towns to the Plaza Constitución (Constitution Square) to sell and display their local products and animals. Last year we came with a Japanese group. We wanted to give them a surprise ...

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