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A coastal town in central Gipuzkoa in Spain, Zarautz sits about 15km west of San Sebastian with a population of around the 22,890 mark that swells to a mammoth 60,000 during the summer months. If you want to sun the body in the place where royalty have, Zarautz is where Queen Isabella II and Fabiola of Belgium once wallowed away their summer holidays. Its' beach is famous for being the longest surfing beach in the Basque County and one of the longest of the Cantabrian coast. Coworking in Zarautz is for those into dipping their feet and their bodies into the ocean during coffee breaks, who love the laid-back vibe of an international coastal town and who love to surf. It is a walkable city that has been attracting beach lovers since the 19th Century and aptly nicknamed "the queen of the beaches".
Outside of the summer season the town takes a deep breath and goes into slow mode with nothing much happening. An affordable tourist destination, everything you need is on hand in its' streets or on its' beaches, from surf schools to dedicated areas set up for water sports. You will get your taste of history in between salty mouthfuls as the town was founded in 1237 and for years it was merely a fishing village. It is rumored that the shipyard of Zarautz built the ship that made the first trip around the world, the Nao Victoria, which was commanded by Juan Sebastian Elcano.
From stunning lookout points perfect for taking selfies to beaches where you can bare it all, Zarautz is also home to the Rip Curl Pro Surf championship. A great town to spend a surfing summer and still being able to work in one of the new coworking venues springing up around the streets, it really does give you a work/life balance if
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