Zarautz Glamping on the Beach Quad Tent
Calle Monte Talai Mendi,
20800, Zarautz, Guipúzcoa
Map & Directions
Auschecken Omio Hier finden Sie die besten Angebote für Flüge, Züge und Busse nach San Sebastian.
Busse fahren stündlich ab San Sebastian. Von der Bushaltestelle „F. Garcia Lorca 2 ”in der Nähe des Bahnhofs von San Sebastian und steigen Sie an der Haltestelle Pilartxo-Enea aus.
Euskotren Züge fahren von San Sebastian (Amara) nach Zarautz (San Pelaio).
Begleiten Sie uns jederzeit zwischen dem 30. Juni und dem 22. Juli in unserem Zarautz Beach Camp (mindestens 2 Nächte)
- Großes Glamping-Zelt, in dem Sie aufstehen können, Bett mit aufblasbaren Matratzen mit Spannbetttüchern, Kissen und Schlafsäcken
- Strom und Licht in Ihrem Zelt
- Gratis Wifi
- Nachttisch, um deine Scheiße in Ordnung zu halten
- Spiegel und Mülleimer
- Aufdeckservice auf Anfrage
- Täglich Frühstück und Abendessen
- Täglich 2h Surfunterricht und Ausrüstung
- Tägliche Yoga-Lektion - eine Vielzahl von Stilen (Kater-Yoga, lustiges Strand-Yoga ...)
- Zugriff auf alle unsere fantastischen Geräte. Surfbretter, Neoprenanzüge, Yogamatten, Skimboards, Slackline, Strandspiele und Poibälle.
- Klippenspringen (wenn die Dünung stimmt)
- Unbegrenztes Bier und Sangria (10 € / Tag)
- Bustransfer zum Pamplona Bulls Camp (25 €, 5. - 14. Juni)
- Bilbao BBK Live Tickets (11. - 14. Juni)
- San Sebastián Pintxo Touren und Kneipentouren
- When you arrive follow the signs to the Stoke Travel check in desk
- Tents are allocated on arrival. If you want to be in the same tent as your friend please check in together.
- If you are travelling solo we will tent you with someone of the same sex.
- We can cater for dietary requirements, please email us to let us know.
STOKE TRAVEL’S COMMON SENSE GUIDE TO STAYING SAFE AT THE CAMPSITE
*If at any time you feel unsafe, please don’t hesitate to contact the onsite Noble Security team, or any member of the Stoke Travel crew who will radio for security.
As far as situations go, a Stoke Travel trip is amongst the safest. Unlike in the ‘real’ world, everybody here is intent on having a good time with new and old friends – your fellow Stokies are way more likely to hold your hair back while you puke than steal your wallet.
That being so, we’re more in danger of hurting ourselves while on a Stoke Travel trip than falling foul of our fellow travellers. Here’s a quick little guide to partying safe with Stoke Travel.
- Drink plenty of water.
You’re going to drink heaps of beer and sangria, and you’re going to have a plenty big hangover, but you can really limit it by smashing a few cups of water throughout the day and evening.
- Remember to eat!
We’re going to hook you up with a hearty breakfast, depending on your trip, maybe even dinner as well, and as the bare minimum that should keep your stomach lined and engine running. Do not skip these meals, even if you are suffering horrifically from one of the aforementioned hangovers. We also strongly advise getting a lunch in there too, maybe even every day.
- Zip your tent up when you’re in it and when you leave it.
Seems basic, but you’d be surprised how often drunk us forgets to do this. When you get in your tent at night make sure you zip it up to prevent unexpected rain showers from disturbing your slumber. Same goes for when you leave your tent. It’ll take two seconds to zip it up, but that’ll save you from wet clothes, chafe, and maybe even pneumonia. If you also brought your favourite pair of socks and want to make sure they’re safe, you can purchase a lock from the guru tent for only €5.
- Don’t be a creep.
Like, seriously, has that ever worked out for you? Similarly, if you see somebody being a creep and making people uncomfortable let us know and we’ll have a friendly word to them. Sometimes they just don’t realise how gross they are.
- No means no, consent matters.
At a very basic level if you hit on somebody and they say no then you’ve just got to cop that. They’re just not that into you. It sucks for about three seconds, but you’re literally surrounded by hundreds of young, like-minded travellers. Suck it up and move on. When you do find somebody who’s into you and you want to move through the bases, make sure you get consent. It really, really, really, really, really does matter.
- If you see somebody having a bad time, make sure they’re ok.
We are all brothers and sisters and gender non-specific relations out here. If you see somebody struggling in any way, check on them, grab a Stoke staff member and just do what any decent human being would do.
Staying safe at Stoke Travel is super easy, but sometimes we get a little out of control and forget the basics. If you ever find yourself in any kind of situation do not hesitate to contact Stoke staff, or security, and we’ll sort you out immediately. We’re here to help – help you have the best time possible. Mwah.
What to Bring
ALTHOUGH THESE ARE ALL THINGS YOU SHOULD BE BRINGING ON A STOKE TRIP, IT MAY VARY DEPENDING ON THE TRIP YOU HAVE BOOKED – PLEASE SEE THE ‘DON’T FORGET’ AND ‘INCLUSIONS’ SECTION OF YOUR TRIP TO SEE EXACTLY WHAT TO BRING
- Cash. You may not be able to get cash out until you’re in the city centre, so better to come prepared than be left in the lurch
- We need your passport details! Either send them through to us with your booking number to firstname.lastname@example.org, or bring your passport with you to camp so we can check you in
- When you arrive follow the signs to the Stoke Travel check in desk
- Phone charging is available at our guru tent for €1. This is cash only. Our charging stations are often at capacity. We’d recommend bringing a portable charger to ensure your phone stays charged, so you can get all those snaps
- We can cater for dietary requirements, please email us at email@example.com to let us know if you have any
- Your best party shirt – If you don’t have one, don’t worry! Check out our Stoke Threads store for some absolute doozys!
- Warm clothes (it can get a quite chilly at night, and sometimes even during the day)
- A towel (we don’t sell or rent them on site)
- A pillow if your backpack won’t do
- Condoms (better safe than sorry, right?)
Beginnen Sie Ihren Tag mit einem gemütlichen, warmen Frühstück in unserem Chillout-Bereich und tauschen Sie Geschichten über die Possen der letzten Nacht aus, lesen Sie den Surfbericht und freuen Sie sich auf das Surfen. Steigen Sie in unseren Surfbus und genießen Sie die Fahrt durch den Nationalpark zum Strand, schnappen Sie sich Ihr Brett und spüren Sie entweder die besten Ufer am Strand auf oder nehmen Sie an Ihrem Unterricht mit einem unserer Surflehrer teil.
When your all surfed out, we’ll either have lunch in the sunshine at the beach together, or head back up to the house for a hot lunch and a cold sangria. If you’re feeling bendy join a yoga class on our yoga deck; maybe you want to head out hiking through the Basque hills that our surf house backs onto; you can choose to go into town and explore, join in on a Spanish Class, head back down to the beach for another surf; go play volleyball; you can go skateboarding; or just relax! In the afternoon you will most likely find yourself hanging out at the house watching the sun go down over a few drinks, sharing stories or becoming lord of the ping pong table.
If you’re the sensible type you can get in a good night’s sleep and be up bright and early for sunset yoga and breathtaking views out over the valley. If some more drinks, music and exploring sound more like you, then either join us on on our party nights in San Sebastian, movie nights, dinners in our favourite restaurants in the area and visiting the many festivals that dot the region in summer. a trip to a traditional Basque cider house or maybe even one of the many festivals that may be on during your stay.