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Getaria [1] is a small fishing town in Guipuzcoa, on the coast between Zarauz to the east and Zumaia to the west. The town is dominated by a rocky promontory, nicknamed El Raton, or mouse. It has an attractive harbor, an interesting church and several restaurants and bars serving excellent fish and seafood. It is the birthplace of Juan Sebastian Elcano, who was the first western person to circumnavigate the globe, completing the journey begun by Magellan.

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Getaria lies on the N634 coast road between Zumaia and Zarautz. There are two fee-paying car parks: one on the western approach from Zumaia, the other close to the fishing port on the Calle de Portua. Both are free after 8pm. A free car park can be reached by turning first left on entering the town centre, and following Calle de Sahatsaga uphill.

  • Mayflower Restaurant, c/Katrapona 4, +34 94 314 0658. Fresh grilled fish and a fine harbor view from the terrace. Ideally washed down with a glass of the local Txakoli wine. Booking advised at weekends.  edit
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