When you arrive in this town, you will be impressed by the beautiful buildings that line its streets. There is an important complex in the historical quarter, which was declared a cultural site by the Basque Government in 2005. The complex is made up of buildings including the Insausti Palace, the Floreaga Palace, Idiáquez or the Casa Negra, the Balda tower house, and the Church of La Asunción. You can see the last Romantic-era organ built by the great Aristide Cavaillé-Coll (1898) in the church. The pelota courts by Jorge Oteiza are a cutting-edge architectural complex that combines the artist’s work with the town’s passion for playing this traditional Basque sport.
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Birthplace of Saint Ignatius and Jesuit temple
A unique tour of Loyola, La Antigua and Arantzazu
Immerse yourself in the history of Azpeitia and visit its most iconic buildings
The chance to understand different periods in history