Abaraxka Hostel

There are hostels that are on the road, that we find on our way to some where, hostels just stop by … but then, there is a hostel that is also a destination: It is called Abaraxka.

Casa Abaraxka Etxea

The house has two floors:

On the top floor, 3 rooms with two beds and a bathroom.

On the ground floor, a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with a sofa bed for two people and a bathroom. Access to the private terrace.

There is a floor heating system on the lower floor and central heating in the rooms. Fans, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, flat screen TV and wifi available to guests.

The rooms of the hostel

For 2 people
2 bedrooms with WC.

For 4 people
6 bedrooms with shared WC

De 10 personas
2 Habitaciones con WC compartido.

Services

  • ZONA DE USO POLIVALENTE
  • ZONA EXTERIOR ADAPTADA PARA NIÑOS
  • WIFI GRATUITO
  • PARKING GRATUITO
  • ASCENSOR
  • INFORMACION TURÍSTICA
  • ADAPTADO PARA MOVILIDAD REDUCIDA
  • WCS EN LA MISMA PLANTA
  • CALEFACCIÓN CENTRAL
  • aULAS Y ESPACIOS DISPONIBLES PARA ALQUILAR
  • TERRAZA PANORÁMICA DE USO EXCLUSIVO DEL ALBERGUE
  • OPCIÓN DE VENIR CON PERROS

Information

Capacity for 50 people

Schedule:

Entry: 16:00-21:00

Departure: before 12:00

Breakfast: 8:00-10:00

Queries and reservations

679 464 473

info@abaraxka.eus

Prices

LOW SEASON NIGHT
Casa Abaraxka Etxea for 8 people 180€
Casa Abaraxka Etxea for 6 people 150€
Bunk per person 18€
Double room with bathroom 50€
HIGH SEASON
Casa Abaraxka Etxea for 8 people 210€
Casa Abaraxka Etxea for 6 people 170€
Bunk per person 20€
Double room with bathroom 60€
Breakfast 4€/person/day
Rental of towels 2€/stay
Room for work group 150€/day

Prices with 10% VAT included

More options: request a quote

What to see? What to do?

Located on a hill of Azkoitia, you can enjoy  one of the most beautiful views of the Urola Valley, facing the impressive Itzarraitz massif and from where you can see the Basilica of Loiola and  Azpeitia.

In Abaraxka the rural and the urban meet. A house that is also one of the ways to get into the Basque Country and, in minutes, be closer to its beaches, its mountains, its streets and  its people.

By Abaraxka, there is also a greenway for bicycle excursions, hiking, or any activity related to nature. And Abaraxka is just fifteen minutes away, by car or bus, from Zestoa and the famous Ekain cave, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO; twenty-five minutes from of Itzurun, in Zumaia, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Basque coast where you can also admire its cliffs or enjoy the 8 km along the cost up to Deba, in what is known as the flysch route, a German word that designates the formations of rock layers of sedimentary origin with which our planet tells us its life through the years; 30 kilometers away is Zarautz, base of Basque surfing and international events for those who practice this sport. Equidistant from the four Basque capitals, Abaraxka is 40 kilometers from San Sebastián and Bilbao and a little more from Vitoria and Pamplona.

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