Frequently asked questions
Yes, the reservation to Hondalea is free of charge, but you will need to get a reservation on line. There is, however, the option of taking guided and group visits, the prices and details of which are indicated on the “Visits” section of the Website www.hondalea.eus. The motorboat service is for a fee (www.motorasdelaisla.com).
Yes, these are guided tours which last approximately 2 hours and include a transfer by motorboat, a guided tour of different areas of the island and access to Hondalea. Information can be obtained and reservations made through the website: www.hondalea.eus. Languages: Basque, Spanish, English and French.
Yes, there is a specific program for these types of groups, with specific contents and educational objectives. Information can be obtained and reservations made through the website: www.hondalea.eus. Languages: Basque, Spanish.
No. The visit can be made at one's own pace.
On the website: www.hondalea.eus
At any time, provided that there are slots available. The service allows reservations to be made up to 5 minutes before the start of the visit.
A maximum of 4 reservations can be made at any one time.
In 2023, it will be open from April 3 to 16 and, after that, during the summer.
Not necessarily, you can carry it on any electronic device that allows you to show it to the Hondalea staff.
In case of adverse weather conditions, the motorboat service will be suspended and the visits to Hondalea will be cancelled. Should that occur, visitors will be informed as soon as possible via the means of communication initially used for making the reservation.
Approximately 20 minutes.
The trip by motorboat from the port of San Sebastian takes approximately 10 minutes, and then it takes about 15 minutes to get to Hondalea. Visitors are therefore advised to leave the port at least an hour before the start of the arranged visit.
Yes, there is no age limit, as long as you have a valid reservation. Access to Hondalea is via the cobblestone ways and natural paths; it is therefore not recommended for persons with reduced mobility.
No. Out of respect for the work and fellow visitors, you are not allowed to move around within Hondalea shirtless or barefoot.
No equipment is necessary to access the interior of the Hondalea space, although as access is through natural space, suitable footwear and comfortable clothes are recommended.
It is not allowed, but Santa Klara Island has different areas where visitors can picnic.
Not immediately. In the event of objects falling, you must inform the person in charge of the installation. During your stay in Hondalea, visitors are asked to closely watch personal items and belongings.
No, animals are not allowed on Santa Klara Island.
Those in force at any given time as dictated by the competent authorities.
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