10am – Check in for bus departing Barcelona. Meet us at Plaza Catalunya in front of the Hard Rock Cafe.
11am – Bus leaves Barcelona. It will not wait for latecomers.
3pm – Check in for bus departing from San Sebastian. Meet us at Kursaal Opera House
4pm – Bus leaves San Sebastian.
8 – 10pm – Included dinner at campsite.
Cheese & Wine Day at the Stoke Campsite – Sample the flavours of local bodegas and cheesemakers at the Stoke campsite!
Mixed netball competition running all day, contact email@example.com for more information
Evening – Barbecue dinner included and a big street party that night
10:30pm – Check in for one day bus departing Barcelona. Meet us at Plaza Catalunya in front of the Hard Rock Cafe.
11:30pm – Day trip Bus leaves Barcelona.
Early Morning – Day trip Bus from Barcelona arrives. Hot breakfast.
Around 7am – Walk up the hill and partake in enormous wine fight
Afternoon – Chill out, get showered and de-purple yourself.
3pm – Day trip bus leaves campsite for Barcelona.
Evening – Massive campsite party
8 – 10am – Hot breakfast
12pm – Buses leave to go back to Barcelona and San Sebastian
Haro, La Rioja
La Rioja is the número uno wine making district of Spain, it has over 500 wineries and is only a short distance from Bilbao. If you’ve been lucky enough to find a bottle of La Rioja in your hands you’ll know what we’re talking about! La Batalla del Vino 2018 takes place on a hillside vineyard just outside the village of Haro, a walk up the hill from our campsite.
If you choose to combine San Vino Wine Fight Festival 2018 with a stay at our infamous Surf Camp in San Sebastian, then it’s just a 2.5 hour coach trip fuelled mostly by wine drinking and singing. If you’re combining the trip with a Barcelona stay, then the journey is a little longer but that just means even more wine drinking and singing.
Avenida de Miranda 1
How To Get There
Take the Stoke bus from Barcelona or San Sebastian on the 27th, or make your own way to Haro. Check GoEuro for the best deals on flights, buses and trains. If you fly choose either Bilbao or Biarritz airports. From Bilbao airport there are regular buses to San Sebastian. To get to San Sebastian from Biarritz International Airport take a French SNCF train to Hendaye, change to the nearby Euskotren station (located just outside the SNCF station) and take a Euskotren to San Sebastian. Each train ride is between 30-40 minutes, with the total train trip cost less than €10. A coach service also exists between Biarritz airport and the Hendaye train station, via Saint-Jean-De-Luz (change buses there). The coach ride is less than one hour and costs about €4. You can then reach Haro from San Sebastian-Donostia by bus or train.
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Will I drown?
If you accidentally trip and fall in a deep puddle of wine the only other option apart from drowning is to drink your way to survival.
What should I bring?
Sunglasses and sunscreen as it gets pretty hot, a pillow and torch for your tent, goggles, condoms, a waterproof camera, swimmers to have a dip in the pool afterwards, old shoes that can be thrown out after the madness, and shampoo if you don’t want your hair stained red for the next month. Oh and don’t forget a towel.
Are there hot showers to wash off my wine-stained body parts?
Sí, there are showers at the campsite and we highly encourage a rinse off at the end of the day, before you climb in your tent and turn everything you touch purple. You’ll also smell like vinegar at this point which greatly decreases your chance of having someone join you in said purple tent.
Can I store my valuables somewhere safe and sound?
Don’t want to leave a shiny new iPad lying around the tent? How about a valid passport crucial for your return home when you’re fragile and still hungover, ready to hug mum and dig into a home cooked meal? That’s why we have a secure locked box for small valuables! Thank us later.
What do I wear? Do I need goggles?
We sell white clothing so your fave tee doesn’t turn permanently purple and goggles are also available for those who want to be able to see for the rest of their lives, but sunnies can do the job.