Port and old town of Bermeo

Bermeo is known since ancient times as one of the most important fishing ports of the Cantabrian coastline.

It's worth seeing the Casino (1894) and the "Batzoki", a modern construction by Pedro Ispizua. The Convent of San Francisco and its Gothic cloister (1357), the only mediaeval monastery cloister in Biscay. The church of Santa Eufemia, a gothic temple where the
kings swore the privileges of Bizkaia and inside you can see the magnificent tomb of Mendoza (15th-16th c.). In the port of Bermeo, you can visit the replica of the seventeenth century whaling ship Guria Aita.

The beautiful old port of Bermeo, full of colour and terraces, is the best place to enjoy a relaxing moment during your visit to this coastal village. At the entrance to the Old Port , we can also visit the Fisherman Museum, located in the Ercilla Tower (16th c.). Inside there is an exhibition of the systems of the Cantabrian fishing and old fishing instrument collections and their manufacturing. In Sabino Arana square, the Church of Santa Maria (19th c.) and the City Hall (17th c.) in Baroque style has two sundials at its façade.
The Arc of San Juan (14th c.) is only door which remains of the seven that had the old wall.
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