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Unless 100 kilometers in the South of your campsite 4 stars in Léon (40), discover Spain.

We are in the habit of saying that there is not Spain but several Spain. Without entering diverse pro-independence considerations, the report is blatant between a very green Spanish Basque Country in the soft climate and much drier Andalusia.
The tourists will be charmed by the diversity of the landscapes or the languages (Castillan, Catalan, Basque), various countries and cities.
The tourists will be also conquered by the rich cultural heritage of this old important world power of coloni-al period leaving today still more than 400 million Spanish-speakers in the world.
Several magnificent cities are to be discovered a little time after the border; that it is about Saint Sébastien, inescapable gastronomic destination in the tortuous side streets and possessing an aquarium dating 1928, it is the first museum of natural sciences established in Spain. Bilbao, which shelters the famous Guggenheim museum and the biggest port of the country, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Hondarribia, Irun and its numerous blowed, Zarautz, Getxo, Laguardia or still the pass of Ibardin and its exceptional point of view and Barakaldo.

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Visit Spain from the campsite

Less than 1h30 from your campsite, the Spanish border invites you to a getaway. You just have to cross the Landes and the Basque country to find yourself on the Spanish side. You can cross the border to Irun to continue to San Sebastian: pearl of Cantabria, the port city is of unmatched charm. Its rugged old town offers a breathtaking panorama of the ocean. Further, less than 2h30 from the Landes Océanes, Bilbao is the capital of the Basque Country. Between its old center and its ultra contemporary architecture, it offers a rich heritage to discover. A must-see, the Guggenheim Museum has become emblematic of the city. For a simple getaway in Spain, enjoy a visit to Hendaye to cross the mouth of the Bidassoa by boat. You can enjoy tapas on the terrace overlooking the port of Fontarrabie, a charming medieval village with a lively fishing district.