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Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Pasajes in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Pasajes (aka Pasaia) is a fishing port and municipality on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Spain, facing the Bay of Biscay. It lies at the narrowest point where the square shape of Spain connects with France, 11 km to the NE. It is part of the autonomous community of Basque Country. Spanish and Basque are the co-official languages. This Basque village is said to be the send-off port for many famous travellers, including General Lafayette who set out in 1777 to aid the American Revolution. Here the French writer Victor Hugo penned his Voyage aux Pyrénées in 1843. Victor Hugo House is the home fo the tourist office.

The entrance to the port is impressive, like entering a narrow keyhole between cliffs. The natural harbour is completely sheltered. The best way to see Pasajes is by foot. The Plaza de Piedad and Plaza Santiago are side-by-side with colourful fishermen’s houses, modern buildings, and highways snaking through the town. Wander through the narrow alleys off the main street. Several restaurants specialise in seafood dishes, especially squid, and "Pintxos", bar finger food. Basque cuisine is an important part of Basque culture, and one of the reasons for tourism. Walk around town, past the central square and colourful balconies, to take in the atmosphere.

Pasajes is claimed to be ‘the cutest’ of three fishing villages nearby to San Sebastian. From the Fort of San Marcos, 3km uphill, one takes a magnificent overview of the port. To the east of Pasajes is a mountain ridge (to just 500m), again with magnificent views for the hiker. Ten kilometres to the west is San Sebastian, which frequently tops lists of the world's best places to eat. Its Playa de la Concha is the equal of any city beach in Europe. Visit the Old Town, the commercial district, surfing beach of Playa de Gros, and upmarket Playa de Ondarreta.

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