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How to Find the Best Orio Hotels with Hotels.com

The experts at Hotels.com have created an excellent range of Orio Hotels for you to browse. Whether you want a set of connecting rooms for a family trip or a huge and opulent urban retreat for a romantic break away with your partner, we are sure to have something that is perfect for you. We make sure that all of our Orio Hotels are illustrated with a portfolio of photographs taken from a variety of different angles and a set of ratings from previous guests to ensure that you can book your rooms with real confidence. Find Orio Hotels in the heart of Orio, or opt for something more isolated with a sea view when you book via Hotels.com.

What's Orio Like?

Located in the autonomous Basque country, Orio is a traditional fishing town. Sailing on, or strolling beside, the sea is one of the classic things to do here, and Antilla and Oribarzar are the two most popular beaches. These clean, quiet beaches have soft white sands, rock pools and lots of space for playing games or making sand castles. There are two beautiful chapels here, that of St. Martin de Tours and that of San Nicolas de Bari. Orio is on the famous St James Way, which has been a path for pilgrims for centuries. Nature lovers should not miss out on the opportunity to pay a visit to Pagoeta Natural Park, either, which is located close by. Eels and sea bream are two iconic dishes that are native to this part of the world, so make sure to give them a try, especially when you can enjoy seafood freshly caught from the sea.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Orio

Do as the locals do and take a brief siesta after your midday meal! And why not memorise a few Spanish phrases to help you along on your visit? For example if you want to start a conversation with someone, you could ask 'Habla inglés?' which means 'Do you speak English?' Note that 'habla' is the polite form of the verb 'to speak' here; the informal form is 'hablas' but if you are just starting off a conversation with someone then it is best to use the polite form. The more informal form is generally used only in Spain with friends and relatives and children. At Hotels.com, we have built up a treasure trove of local knowledge and we use this to help us to create the very best selection of hotels for you. So why not book your hotel in Orio today?