During this one-week Cultural Stay, explore the Basque culture and traditions found in sophisticated resorts and art havens on the Bay of Biscay and gem-like villages nestled amid the Pyrenees. Settle in at the Parador de Hondarribia, a historic upscale Spanish property, which adds to the special spirit of this program. 

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France and Spain’s Basque Region

A One-Week Stay at the Parador de Hondarribia

9 days from $4,590

During this one-week Cultural Stay, explore the Basque culture and traditions found in sophisticated resorts and art havens on the Bay of Biscay and gem-like villages nestled amid the Pyrenees. Settle in at the Parador de Hondarribia, a historic upscale Spanish property, which adds to the special spirit of this program. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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Parador de Hondarribia

Hondarribia, Spain

Located in the medieval center of Hondarribia and at the highest point in the town, this unique parador is also known as the Castle of Charles V which dates from the 10th century. Enjoy panoramic vistas of the coast including the Bidasoa estuary and the Bay of Biscay from the hotel terrace. The 36 guest rooms are all uniquely decorated and arranged and are spacious and comfortable with an array of hotel amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi. Stone walls, floors and archways and public spaces decorated with breath-taking tapestries and fine antiques remind guests of the parador’s storied past.

Number of nights: 7