Basque beauties

Dattani, Meera
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/25/2009, p50
Trade Publication
The article profiles the region of Basque Country or País Vasco, Spain, from tourism point of view. The region is in the northeast corner of Spain, and is autonomous. It is reported that, the jewel of the region is the seaside resort named San Sebastian, with its picturesque crescent-shaped bay, La Concha, and the beaches of Ondaretta and Zurriola. The region's coastline, Costa Vasca, as reported, is dotted with scenic fishing villages, white sandy beaches and coastal walks.


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