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Campervan Adventures in Spain & Portugal: Zumaia, Flysch Formation & Getaria



Today we got up and walked to the viewpoint by camp. It wasn't very far, but the trail was steep and it was soooo humid! 




Then it was on to Zumaia to spy on the Flysch rock formation



It was a beautiful day and gorgeous views!














We wandered as far as this small beach and then looped back to town.


Itzurun Hondartza beach on the edge of town




I love all of the fun rocks!









Then it was time to head on and we stopped at viewpoints 




And Getaria - this tiny town that is 3 streets wide on a little peninsula



Of course we needed some gelato


It was a really nice, short stop but Raymond's allergies were going crazy by this point - sneezing constantly and had to wear a mask to be able to do anything outside. He was pretty miserable so we decided to start heading towards home and drive as far as we could until we stopped for the night. We made it to Saint-Épain France and camped on this farm there. It was pretty nice, but we arrived there late and left early so we didn't see much. 

13.66 km walked/ 67 flights

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