At Petritegi we want you to discover and enjoy the ancient culture of Basque apple and cider. Come to visit our Cider House in Astigarraga, built in 1526 and enjoy an Unique, Cultural and Gastronomic Experience with us. All this in a natural environment and surrounded by apple trees just 7km away from San Sebastián City center. We are waiting for you!
A plan designed for lovers of Basque cider and gastronomy, including a guided tour of Petritegi followed by a magnificent traditional cider house menu washed down with our natural cider.
A complete guided tour introducing you to the world of Basque natural cider: you will discover the Petritegi apple orchards, the different apple varieties and their pollination, how cider is made and consumed.
We will show you how cider making has evolved at Petritegi. Visit us for an inside look at a Basque cider house in the company of an expert guide. You’ll also pour cider straight from the barrel.
The possibility of getting to know San Sebastian, the Urumea river and the cider houses through a descent or ascent of the river by canoe and sampling the traditional “sidrería”menu.
Petritegi gives you the opportunity to stay in Astigarraga, the heart of Basque cider culture, thanks to our latest project: the Sagarlore Rural Hotel. Sagarlore offers quality accommodation in an eco-friendly spirit.
Workshops for boys and girls aged 2 to 14. The aim of these workshops is to give young people an educational, fun look at the rural world, while teaching them about history and culture connected to the making of natural cider.
We’ll show you how to Make your own cider. This initiative is intended to introduce boys and girls to the world of cider in a creative way, accompanied by an expert.
This offer is exclusive for adults with children between 7 and 12 years of age.
Nature, sport and gastronomy come together in this adventure designed for families
Listen to bertsolaris and abeslaris sing while you dine and wash it down with cider txotx-style from the barrel in a fabulous atmosphere, just like our ancestors used to do.