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Saturrarán beach of Mutriku (Guipuzkoa)
Saturrarán beach located in Mutriku. Beautiful wild beach located next to Ondarru image taken from www.mutrikukoudala.net. More information: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/4234035
Itzurun beach of Zumaya (Guipuzkoa)
In addition to being a world reference in the world of geology, the 'Flysch' of Zumaya offers beaches such as Itzurun, where beach and rocks merge into a cozy and very pleasant beach. This area has spectacular landscapes because the sea wasted the soft materials (marls) and left the hard materials (limestone). For this reason, you can see beautiful landscapes like the one known as Itziar's eyes, which is part of the flysch and appears to be a great skull at the edge of the sea and that can be seen at the top of the attached link (http: // www. panoramio.com/photo/39484486). Image taken from flickr.com (montxo).
Lapari de Deva beach (Guipuzkoa)
Beach also known as the wild beach of Deva and only accessible when the tide starts to go down. See: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/1659203. Photo: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/77777467
Malcorbe Beach / Malkorbe de Guetaria (Guipuzkoa)
Beach located to the southeast of the mount of San Antón, between the points of Mazoparria and Altzoko-Arria.
Sopelana Beach (Biscay)
Sopelana beach. One of the best beaches in Euskadi without a doubt. In the link you can see the beauty of this beach despite the bad weather. Photo: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/15162592 (original photo taken from acbd2.blogspot.com).
Barrika Beach (Biscay)
Secluded beach, with little influx of public, which is accessed by going down a long staircase. It is composed of rocks and does not have any equipment.
Arrietara Beach / Atxabiribil de Sopelana (Vizcaya)
Semi-urban beach, with fine dark sand. It has a high occupancy rate and is very popular with surfers, since it is one of the beaches of the Basque Country most suitable for the practice of this sport.
Gorliz Beach (Vizcaya)
Semi-urban beach that has a high occupancy rate. It has a good level of services: showers, toilets, sunbed and umbrella rental, and offers the possibility of doing different water sports in it. Photo: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Playa_de_Plentzia.jpg
La Zurriola beach in Donostia (Guipuzkoa)
Beach located east of the mouth of the Urumea estuary and near the tip of Mompás.
Laida beach of Ibarrangelu (Vizcaya)
Extensive beach, which has a large influx of people. It offers a good level of equipment, and the possibility of various water sports. It belongs to the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve.
Laga beach of Ibarrangelu (Vizcaya)
Secluded beach, which has a high influx of public, but despite this enjoys a certain tranquility.It is nestled within the Urdaibai Biosphere Reserve, and boasts the symbol of the Blue Flag.
Zarautz Beach (Gipuzkoa)
Enjoy the sea breeze, relax in the water, relax on the sand and walk with the caress of the waves at the ankles is done in a special way on the beach of Zarautz. Two kilometers of length and sculptures along the promenade bring uniqueness to this space.
La Concha de Donostia beach (Guipuzkoa)
Beach located in the Bahía de la Concha, between the fishing port of San Sebastián and the Loro peak, which separates it from Ondarreta beach.