The regatta of Bidasoa begins when the river Baztan is transformed into the river Bidasoa in the Valley of Bertiz where there is a good touristic destination, the Natural Park of the Estate of Bertiz that has beeches and fir trees, besides a wonderful botanic garden with 160 species next to the Interpretation Centre of the Nature of the big house of Tenientetxea. The Green Way Bidasoa begins in Doneztebe/Santesteban and it finishes 28 km more to the North, in Endarlatsa: it is a restored stretch of the railway stretch of the Train of Bidasoa or Txikito that lets knowing the adjoining villages and in the dams of Bidasoa the jumps of salmons. Likewise the walkers have the itinerary that begins in Bera/Vera de Bidasoa and it passes by Lesaka, Igantzi and it has a drover on the foot of the cave of the saint that it is said that it has therapeutic powers. In the East, already in the valley Baztán, the north localities such as Zugarramurdi and Urdazubi/Urdax highlight with its caves and stalagmites-stalactites. Likewise, owing to the proximity of the French coastal villages of Hendaya and Saint Jean de Luz with its beaches and cliffs, the traveler can also go to those municipalities. Gastronomy of the region of Bidasoa: the wood pigeon and other game dishes highlight inside the varied gastronomy that includes the precious salmon of Bidasoa, the derivative of duck or the pepper cakes. Likewise there are different festive rituals of big ethnological interest.
Border village with a nice and quiet environment, next to the Tximista river. National price of tourism for embellishment and improvement of the villages. It is located 70 km from Pamplona, 40 km from San Sebastián and its beaches.
* Marked routes to the columbariums.
* Infernuko errota
* Azkua Mount.
* Aizkolegi Palace.
* Caves of Zugarramurdi.
* Lordship of Bertiz.
* Mill of Zubieta.
* Basque-French territory
Hiking, Cycling. Guided visits to columbariums