Mutriku – Sheltered Coast

Mutriku is a familiar destination on the Basque coastal route. Apart from boasting gorgeous, rocky views it’s a small town with a population of just over 5000 people. What attracted me about this place was its monolithic power station, which at first I thought were coastal guards from torrential storms; walking along it immediately submerges you into the Atlantic.  The grey skies didn’t detract too much from the subtle hues of charm that this port town radiates. Not a bad place to stop for lunch before continuing the rest of your trip.


Which way is up?


Every town in the Basque Region has old men hanging out in random places


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