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  • Mundaka port
  • Elantxobe
  • Casa de Juntas y Arbol de Gernika
  • Murueta
  • Playa de Laga y Ogoño
  • Surf
  • Windsurf en Laida
  • Playa de Laida desde Portuondo
  • Faro de Matxitxako
  • Laidatxu beach, Mundaka
  • The Atalaya, Mundaka
  • Bermeo coast
  • San Juan de Gaztelugatxe
  • Oma forest by Ibarrola

Tourist Info

The Portuondo campsite is located in Mundaka, a municipality in the district of Biscay known as Urdaibai. This area of outstanding natural beauty brings together a combination of beaches, mountains, culture and great fun with a rich natural environment, declared a UNESCO Biosphere reserve in 1984, making it one of the most emblematic tourist enclaves in the Basque Country.


This privileged geographical location means that there are many significant areas of interest for tourists, sportspeople and culture lovers alike within a 9 miles radius. Guests at the Portuondo campsite really are spoilt for choice when it comes to options for holidays and getaways:

Campsite location Tourist Info

Tourist Info

Water sports:
In the vicinity of the Portuondo campsite you can enjoy marine sports such as diving, kayaking, sport fishing and sailing. The more sedate can take motor- or sailing boat tours or go whale-watching.
Just 1/2 a mile away from the Portuondo campsite you can enjoy waves that have been rated as the best in Europe for surfing.
The area offers numerous activities for enjoying fresh air and nature, ranging from trekking to the chance to enjoy scheduled excursions around the Urdaibai Estuary area, as well as mountain bike tours, bird watching and visits to a reserve of native fauna.
The campsite itself has access to a beach, or you can enjoy touring the nearby beaches such as Mundaka (1/2 mile), San Antonio (3/4 mile), Laga (12 miles), Bakio (9 miles) or Laida (opposite the campsite).
In the area around the Portuondo campsite can be found villages and points of renowned cultural interest in this province of Biscay such as Bermeo (with San Juan de Gaztelugatxe and the Cape of Matxitxako) or Gernika, where emblematic sites such as the Casa de Juntas (Assembly Hall), the Jai Alai courts and the Peace Museum can be visited. Also in the area are Kortezubi, with the Santimamiñe Caves and the Forest of Oma, and Busturia, where the Basque Country Centre for Biodiversity can be found.
If you miss the hustle and bustle of city life, you can visit Bilbao, the "city of iron" of yesteryear, now more commonly known as the “city of titanium” thanks to the famous Guggenheim museum, and enjoy all that it has to offer.
One of the main attractions of the Basque Country is its cuisine, which can be enjoyed in all Basque villages, towns and cities. Why not start at our Portunodo restaurant, which is well known for its fresh fish and seafood?
Other links of interest:

Mundaka tourism:

Urdaibai tourism:

Biscay tourism:

Basque Country tourism:

Surfing in the Basque Country:

Basque Surfing Federation:

Camping Portuondo 48360 Mundaka (Bizkaia)

CIF: B-95128567

Nº Registro Empresas Turísticas País Vasco: PBI00001

Teléfono +34 94 687 77 01   Fax +34 94 687 78 28

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