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Topic: Driving from san sebastian

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By:

Stephen

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Driving from san sebastian

« on: May 06 2006 15:05:00 »

Hi

I'm going to san sebastian in september and i want to drive to Mudaka & surrounding breaks and return back in evening to San sebastian.  

What time does it get dark in the evening in San Sebastian in last 2 weeks of September?
Can anyone tell me how long a drive im talking about?
Whats driving like over there?

Stephen



By:

Pat

RE: Driving from san sebastian

« Reply #1 on: May 06 2006 23:05:00 »

Its about 110km from San sebastian to Mundaka, so by the time you've got out of San Sebastian, I suppose give yourself an hour and a half depending on traffic. It's motorway most of the way and you need to take the Gernika-Lumo exit off the motorway. Driving is fast and you'll see loads of wrecks on the side of the road. Take it easy on the road and you'll be ok. There's no rush!! Starts getting dark about 6pm that time of year. If there's nothing happening at Mundaka, check out Bakio.

By:

Stephen

RE: Driving from san sebastian

« Reply #2 on: May 07 2006 03:05:00 »

Thanks for that Pat. 6pm for darkness is quite early. In the meantime i found one of these route planners .. The AA road website. Very good.

By:

Stephen

RE: Driving from san sebastian

« Reply #3 on: May 07 2006 03:05:00 »

Do you know what crowds would be like in  Mundaka in late September?

By:

Pat

RE: Driving from san sebastian

« Reply #4 on: May 07 2006 08:05:00 »

If it's firing, it'll be crowded!!!! But saying that, everytime I've been to Mundaka it hasn't worked and I've gone to Bakio where there's at least a wave.
When I say it starts getting dark at 6, you should still have light til about 7pm I reckon.
Why not stay a night on the campsite.......it's not too expensive, the food's great and you get a stunning view of the estuary from the restaurant  campingportuondo dot com
but book in advance


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