Measuring around 66 km in length, the River Bidasoa rises in the Navarre Pyrenees. During its upper course it is known as the River Baztan, and only becomes the River Bidasoa after it passes through the town of Oronoz-Mugaire. Its name is believed to come from the ancient city of Oiasso, the Roman museum of which is located in Irún.
The boat trip along the River Bidasoa is a gentle journey along the last kilometres of its course, just before it flows into Txingudi Bay and from there out to the Cantabrian Sea.
Lasting around one hour, the trip takes you along a river which acts as the dividing line between two towns in two different countries: Hondarribia in Spain and Hendaye in France. Along the way you will see spectacular views of Mount Jaizkibel, as well as a number of small islands located just prior to the estuary, which form part of the region's rich cultural and natural heritage.
The days on which your chosen activity is carried out are shown in blue. If you want to do a trip on another day, you can rent the boat privately (mainly designed for groups).