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The coastline near Bermeo, between Cape Matxitxako and Bakio, is well-known for its spectacular eroded landscape full of caves and natural rock arches and is classified as a Protected Biotype, both for the quality of the water and the historical interest of the area, which was first documented in the 11th century.
At the heart of this coastline stands the magical promontory of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, which forms a peninsula out into the Bay of Biscay and is joined to the mainland by a bridge built on the rocks. Crowned by a small chapel eighty metres above sea level dedicated to St John, you can reach it by climbing 231 steps up a rocky slope. The rock simulates a castle in the sea, called Gaztelu-aitz (castle rock) or Gaztelu-gache (harsh or difficult castle) in ancient times. The small island of Akatx can be seen out to sea.
Old houses of British province give us a feeling like they just came out of the pages from fairy tales. They are traditions which are carefully preserved and passed on from generation to generation. Looking at these wonderful homes, it seems that behind those doors there is a lit fireplace and someone is cooking the most delicious English tea.
Dusk falls over the temples and homes of Tsarang, once the most important town in Mustang. Here, cliffside caves offer clues to a time when the remote Himalayan kingdom was a hub linking Tibet to the rest of the world.
In his sprawling home in the Los Angeles hills, Peruvian-born Mario Testino brings his home country flavour into his unique decor. And naturally, with none other than the Natalia Vodianova acting as the statuesque woman of the house, showcases his beautiful hacienda through the lens of his own camera.