Landscapes and Places
It’s ever so lovely to see the sunshine again ☀️ The world feels much happier when there are beautiful golden rays beaming down from the sky, wouldn’t you agree?Find out how beautiful Reyno de Navarra is!
Doneztebe/Santesteban is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain. Ezkurra river crossing the town, Doneztebe.
Snow in the locality Doneztebe/Santesteban. The hamlet sprawls around the church of San Pedro. Renovated in Baroque style, with a distinguished interior, the parish church boasts a notable ashlar tower of medieval appearance which was part of the former Castle of the Count of Lerín.
Santa Catalina bridge in San Sebastian - a coastal city located in the Basque Autonomous Community, Spain.
Ciboure, boats in the harbor Ciboure - small fishing port which was defended by Fort Socoa, built under Louis XIII and reworked by sharing Vauban. Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Biscay, Basque Country, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, Aquitaine. France.
Sunbilla bridge. Navarre. More than five hundred years contemplate us. On the Bidasoa River, this bridge has served throughout the centuries of communication between the mesetary highlands and the Cantabrian Sea, through Irun.
Bidasoa Greenway. The Bidasoa is a short river which runs through Navarre and the Basque Country and forms the border between Spain and France on its way to Irun.
St-Jean-de-Luz Harbor Once a major whaling port, St Jean de Luz is still an important fishing port for sardines, tuna and anchovies. This is a typical picture-postcard harbour, with its brightly coloured boats, piles of fishing nets, the scent of salty sea air and the tinkling sound of its jetty mov...
End of winter in the center of the region of Mallereka in Navarre, is the village of Doneztebe-Santesteban.
San Sebastian's Good Pastor's Cathedral (Guipuzcoa, Basque Country, Spain) - the most prestigious religious building, in a neo-Gothic style, built in the 19th century.
Carousel since 1900, located in the park Alderdi Eder in San Sebastian (Basque Country). A funny "machine" rotates all year round near the beach of Playa de la Concha, entertaining kids and their parents.
Mountains and valleys, rivers and oceans, parks and forests, villages and towns — I've curated a selection of landscapes and places that inspired the nature ambient photographer in me.
Here you can found up pictures I've took in both sides of Basque Country, located in the western Pyrenees, straddling the border between France and Spain on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, as well Kingdom of Navarra – Land of Diversity.
Navarra – a small community that surprises visitors with its authenticity and natural, gastronomic and cultural diversity. Try it out...