Hotel Ithurria

Address: Ainhoa, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64250 , France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Ainhoa, is near Accoceberry Piment d'Espelette.
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    Travel Blogs from Ainhoa

    Roncesvalles to Akerreta

    A travel blog entry by jodiev on Apr 30, 2015

    37 photos

    ... before crossing it, and dropping steeply down a slippery 3.5 kms into Puente de la Rabia, just a few kms from my destination, Akerreta. I knew it would be stupid to even try to head down the path, if I wanted to preserve my knee to be able to walk the 550kms I have to go. You've got to know when to fold 'em. I had got to talking with the French family, and they had 2 cars at the road, and offered to drive me down the hill with them. I snapped up the offer, and was ...

    Pinchos, merlot and a busted car

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 10, 2014

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... such a good lunch! Once back at our wonky hotel we changed and headed out into the now bustling streets. We made our way across the old town to the newer area of town and Erin enjoyed the many shops including Spanish favourite Zara and some bathers shops. We stumbled across a street market and because it was about 7pm by this stage (it felt like 2pm because it's light so late) we thought a hard earned drink was in order. We noticed a stall selling fresh cider and enquired about ...

    03. Zuriain to Zariquiegui (23.1 km)

    A travel blog entry by pterano.dan on Jun 16, 2014

    ... and hadn't even known we were there. We laughed about it and continued our walk. There are 3 methods for traversing the Camino. The first of course is to walk it, the second is to bike across it, and the third option is to walk across using donkeys to carry all of your stuff. When we were planning the hike my dad had suggested we bike across but I was firmly set on walking. He had also joked about taking a donkey so that we could take more camping gear and ...


    A travel blog entry by jessbaddiley on Oct 31, 2013

    20 photos

    ... us all. We meet a new pilgrim who we haven't seen before, Victor who is from Madrid but lived in Ibeza. Kathy and Ailish the Irish lady's, Odear and Bob from Paris and Miguel the old Spanish man are all there.

    We enjoy the evening and then head back to our room where half the people are already in bed. About an hour latter Victor and the two Irish ladies rock up late banging on the door because it has been locked : ...

    If you like cycling, this could cause some envy...

    A travel blog entry by makeorbreak on Jul 10, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Tom last wrote from Cape Town before we embarked on a 5 day trip up the garden route to Port Elizabeth. We were so lucky with the weather considering it was winter in South Africa. Sadly the whales were a little slow to arrive in Hermanus this year, so we didn't get to see them but we had a lovely time driving through the Little Karoo and along the coast. The Swartbeck Pass was possibly the most stunning drive of our whole trip and another Geographers paradise.