Sierra de Urbasa

The Sierra de Urbasa, together with the Sierra of Andía, make up a natural park covering more than 20,000 ha of beechwoods, crags and cliffs, farmland and prehistoric remains. This is fantastic hiking country

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Sierra de Urbasa ”Beech woods cover 70% of the territory, together with other species such as yew, juniper and pine trees. On the ‘rasos’, flat land located at around 1.000 metres above sea level, the woods give way to pastures dotted with heather and hawthorns with horses and sheep grazing; the latter’s milk is used to make the delicious Idiazábal cheese.. ”

Official website: Parque de urbasa (In English with instructions how to get here, etc)

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