Thus, based on the weight of history and tradition, Ordizia market has become a benchmark for the region's agricultural products: native fruits and vegetables, Idiazábal cheese and lamb, among other products.See more
Do you want to help Pedro? It’s hard work being a shepherd: driving sheep, harvesting honey from a beehive, making cheese, going to the market… Put on your trainers and some old clothes. It’s time to get dirty!
Standing in the Aizkorri-Aratz Natural Park, the Erreizabal farmhouse immerses visitors in the reality of the shepherds who focus their activity on producing cheese.
Idiazabal cheese is one of the San Sebastian Region’s most authentic flavours, a gastronomic gem.
A new museum concept born from local initiative
Located in Ezkio-Itxaso, the museum revives the history and evolution of Basque farmhouses over a period of more than 1,000 years.
The museum explains the way bees live and function, with displays of both old and working hives.
The Sastarrain farm school is a special place for the youngest members of the family.
Saturday is the best day to visit Tolosa.
One of the oldest markets in Spain
This easily accessible market is held in what used to be a large interior courtyard.
Learn all about how this acclaimed cheese is made
The shepherds of our region open the doors to their farmhouses
Very special place with a curious karst landscape