Aisia Orio

Address: Cm. Hondartza Bidea, 1, Orio, Basque, 20810, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cm. Hondartza Bidea, 1, Orio, is near Monte Igueldo Funfair Pleasure Park and Plaza de Los Naranjos.
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    Travel Blogs from Orio

    Day 2 San Sebastián - Donostia to Orio 12km

    A travel blog entry by jessica.benson on Jul 02, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    We woke up unintentionally somewhere around 5:30am, I took off my eye cover only to see that half the room was already cleared out, 5:30am... and we were already behind. After the night we had last night we were ready to do whatever it took to avoid that situation again. Ryan came over to my sleeping sack shortly, and I then found that my mom and sister were already awake as well. We all had an equally restless night, woke up drenched in sweat several times, Ryan's bunk was ...

    A real hard grind

    A travel blog entry by oldfool on Sep 04, 2013

    10 photos

    Leaving Pasajes we boarded a small boat to take us across the harbour .70 Euro. Walking out to the sea breakwater we started up some stairs which just wouldn't end. Again we were in for a long ascent. The distance to San Sabastion is about 10 kilometres but the up and down is the killer. Neither Clive, the fellow I met from Vernon, or I were prepared for all the climbing. When we got to San Sabastion we had a small lunch ...

    Northern Spain, The Pyrenees and Cadaques

    A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 07, 2013

    ... time in their lives such as Picasso and Bunuel. The village surrounds a beautiful little bay and its backdrop are stark rocky hills of the Cap de Creus peninsula. Access is via a narrow, steep, meandering road. This has contributed to its relative isolation over time and has stopped the ribbon-style development that we see along much of the coast of Spain. Buildings are white and low rise. It has a lovely promenade. It's great for swimming and snorkelling. There's plenty ...

    Raining days, in a sunny beach town.

    A travel blog entry by holley.jackson on Jun 27, 2012

    50 photos

    ... but alot of fish meats and breads, similar system where they add it all up at the end then charge you.

    Bar hoping was fun but the girls where so much younger than me and i tried some feral Spanish thing they mix red wine with coke, seriously who in there right mind would do something like that hahaha.

    Stuck to beer after then headed home a bit earier. so I wouldnt miss my earlier morning train.


    Day 3: Pasaje de San Juan to Orio (24km) Footsore

    A travel blog entry by brendymac on Jun 14, 2011

    1 comment

    Day 3: Pasaje de San Juan to Orio (24km) Footsore and tired, I crawled into Orio with two Spanish men I'd met along the way. The hostel is lovely tonight again, though a bit dearer at ‚10 (avg. ‚5). The big feature today was the hills though, and not just little ones- think the mountains of Mourne or the Connemara pins! We had to climb up 2 great hills ...