This article was translated by John R. Bopp
The Huffington Post has just published an article explaining how the incredible natural scenery that was on display in the first episode of the latest season of “Game of Thrones” was on the Basque Coast.
This article, penned by cavan Sieczkowski, explains where in the “real world” to find the impressive natural beauty of the Daenerys Targaryen’s Dragonstone, on the Westeros coast in the world that has captured the imagination of TV audiences around the world.
We’ve already blogged about how the creators of this series have chosen different places in the Land of the Basques over the seasons as backdrops for the adventures they’re bringing to life.
We’re sure that, as they say in the article, many visitors are going to want to come to our country to see for themselves these real-life places, like Flysch, or San Juan de Gaztelugatxe on the Basque Coast, or the Bárdenas in the south of Navarre.
Huffington Post – 20/7/2017 -USA
This Amazing New ‘Game Of Thrones’ Location Is Ready For Your Next Vacation
premiere episode of “Game of Thrones,” it was hard to miss the stunning natural beauty of her home of Dragonstone. The fictional Dragonstone is very much a real place, and it’s called Zumaia, located in the Basque Country of Spain. Zumaia is located in the north of Spain, and its Flysch Route is one of the region’s most famous sites, with its rugged cliffs along the sea and millions of years of history.