In a natural environment and only 15 minutes from the city of San Sebastian, we find Caserío Peluaga. It’s a 15th century building completely restored located in the municipality of Oiartzun. Visitors can stay in this typical farmhouse, made of wood and stone collected from the area. They also offer different hiking, gastronomy and agrotourism experiences.
This caserío-museum is located in the Ezquioga-Ichaso municipality, in the area of San Sebastián. Although its origins go back to medieval huts, the part that nowadays is best maintained was built between the 15th and 16th centuries. It stands as an exponent of the Golden Age of the Basque farmhouse. What makes this building unique is its wooden structure, which is in perfect condition together with the cider press.
Caserío Iturran, is the perfect place to discover the wonders of Pagoeta Natural Park, a mountain near the city of San Sebastian, located 700 meters high. This farmhouse maintains its original 18th century structure and has been rehabilitated as a Park Interpretation Center. A perfect place to visit with children and show them the world of bees.
The secret of Caserío Larrañaga is hidden on its unique indoor architecture, with beautiful vaulted stone ceilings. The stonemason Martín de Abaria decided to rebuild the farmhouse, which was affected by a fire in 1711. Nowadays, it works as a hotel and restaurant, serving the best of Basque gastronomy.
Located in the beautiful valley of Lastur and only 10 kilometers from the beach of Deba. This caserío was a hardware store during 14th century and then it was renovated into a rural house. Guests have the possibility of getting to know the process of making wool and idiazábal sheep cheese.
The origins of this old caserío date back to more than 500 years. It belongs to Ataun village, only 30 minutes away from San Sebastián. Surrounded by a unique natural environment, it offers a wide range of agricultural and farming activities, like visiting its vegetable garden or its farm, as well as adventure sports.
The main activity offered in this caserío is deer breeding in semi-captivity in order to produce top quality ecological meat. There is also a vegetable garden and a farm with horses, donkeys, goats and sheep. The building that houses this caserio is completely renovated and dates back to 16th century. It has a field of 19 hectares and it is located in Murumendi, 700 meters high.