Bakio the world
Northern Spain

La hermosa playa de Bakio, situada en el municipio vizcaíno del mismo nombre, cuenta con un largo paseo que recorre toda la playa, desde es posible divisar un extraordinario paisaje costero. Además, al estar situado en pleno centro urbano de Bakio, dispone de toda clase de servicios y lugares de ocio en sus inmediaciones. Asimismo, ofrece al visitante la posibilidad de realizar deportes como el surf, el piragüismo o el voley playa. Cabe destacar también que esta playa ha sido merecedora de los certificados ISO 9001 e ISO 14001 de gestión ambiental, lo cual garantiza la calidad de este bello paraje.

Copyright: Kepa Blanco
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5000x2500
Taken: 08/06/2013
Uploaded: 08/06/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014


Tags: bakio; surfing; beach; volleyball; canoeing; walking; bilbao; bizkaia; españa
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