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.