Queso Aia
Basque Coast Getaria   Orio   Zarautz   Aia   Zumaia
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Despite the tranquillity that prevails throughout its 11 neighbourhoods, populated by accommodate cheese, cider and txakoli producers, there is plenty to see in verdant Aia, the region’s lung. As you explore these neighbourhoods, you come across tower houses, chapels, churches, farmhouses, mills, foundries, rivers, streams, fresh and saltwater marshes, meadows, wetlands, ancient convents, a hexagonal cemetery, caves, megalithic monuments and a botanical garden (Iturrarán) that hosts a surprising Garden Collectors Festival every year, with exotic plants from five continents. In the context of such enviable biodiversity, the cheese tastes so much better and, after you have completed the essential tour and lost yourself in Aia’s streets, you will enjoy recharging your batteries in its bars and restaurants even more.

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