Built in the early 20th century, this castle displays Gaudi as he truly began to emerge with his own personal, unique style. Although this building does not include some of the features Gaudi was known for later in his career, like fluid curves and vibrant colors, the design still evokes a powerful impression. Some of the most distinct features include a towering spire, blue and white tile window frames, and Romeo and Juliet style balconies. Although Gaudi quit the project part way though, most of his original designs came to fruition, and the gate, ceramic benches, and stone mosaics are all completely his design.
At Sagardi, the chefs whip up delicious renditions of classic Basque cuisine, which include dishes... Read more