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I didn’t research this place before we went. We drove from Bilbao on a long weekend holiday. It was difficult to find a parking space. You have to walk down about 1.5 km on a path that can be slippery and difficult for people with...More
The walk is steep down a cliff side and up steps to the top, it’s a great day out but make sure you go early as we didn’t realize it would take as long as it did and had to walk back in the dark...More
I walked between Bakio and the chapel . It was up and down (and hilly at some places), but it was a wonderful walk. It was rewarding when one of the most scenic views, as I have ever seen, appeared from the walking path.
We climbed up the cliff on probably hottest day of October, and we couldn t have picked better day for it. Sun was shining, reflecting itself in ocean waves, the surrounding rocks and whispering of the sea made one of the best walking experiences i...More
Well worth the visit and a really nice hike from the mainland parking area to the monastery itself. The steps up are quite steep so you need to be in reasonable shape, especially if it is hot. It is best to arrive early - we...More
Going downstairs we could see everyone in their way back sweating and having a hard time. Meanwhile, we had an easy way down. The stairs were pretty easy. At the top, we found stunning views, it was truly amazing. However, in our way back to...More
We picked a very busy day, a bank holiday with a paella festival on, great atmosphere at the base. Two of us went to the top, and rang the bell 3 times (to make a wish), well worth the hike. The views are fab!
Response from Mr_ReVilo | Reviewed this property |
sure we were there w/o car. You take bus (at Moyua Plaza) from Bilbao to Bakio (no. A3518). On weekends there s no buses up to the San Juan, but there are private vans, that can take you there.. It cost 2... More
sure we were there w/o car. You take bus (at Moyua Plaza) from Bilbao to Bakio (no. A3518). On weekends there s no buses up to the San Juan, but there are private vans, that can take you there.. It cost 2 eur per pax.. but even by foot, it s just maybe 40 mins walk uphill.. and beautiful surroundings.. mountains, beach, ocean.. and since almost everyone goes up by car, the walk is quite in solitude :)
Hi, sorry but I have no idea. I guess if the weather allows it, yes but due to it's nature, during bad weather conditions it is either closed or can be visited only at own risk. There must be some info on the web just search... More
Hi, sorry but I have no idea. I guess if the weather allows it, yes but due to it's nature, during bad weather conditions it is either closed or can be visited only at own risk. There must be some info on the web just search for it. In December it is probably very different comparing to it's summer 'edition' :), so not too friendly, but as we've been there once in our life around end of April, can't help much...