The sports centre of Agorrosin is proposed as the start and finish of the route, although there are various alternative access and exit points.  As the green belt of Bergara, this route goes round the urban centre and through the recreational and small conservation areas.  Overall you will enjoy the countryside, vegetation and fauna in the surroundings of Bergara as well as interesting elements of great historic-artistic value and magnificent views of the Deba valley and the town.


Near the entrance of Agorrosin there is an information panel indicating the starting point and gives information about the characteristics of the route.

Once you have crossed Boni Laskurain walkway the road goes towards the hamlet of Goiauzoa, to the shrine of San Martzial. This is the steepest stretch. Outstanding along route is Askatsu fountain and the oak grove that is still preserved.  Next to the shrine of San Martzial you will find a recreational area as well as resources in order to get to know the nature and traditions of the area. Further ahead, amid farmhouses, the route takes you to Surraga cross from where there are magnificent views. On the way down, 200 metres from our path is the Agarre granary.  After admiring it you can head towards Gabiria tower and also the hamlet of San Antonio.

From San Antonio you start the second part of the route.  For this you head up to the old railway track, bequeathed to us by the company “Ferrocarriles Vascongados”.  It is an easy flat route that gives you a chance to enjoy the beautiful views of the countryside and the historic quarters of the town.   Also outstanding is Errekalde Wood which reaches as far as the town.  On arriving at the former railway station you descend to Moiua mansion and once again you are back in the town to finish the route in Agorrosin.

Here, the Activity Centre has a bar-restaurant, swimming pool and spa where you can put the finishing touch to your day.