"Guetaria (en euskera y oficialmente Getaria) es un municipio de la provincia de Guipúzcoa, País Vasco (España). Guetaria es un pueblo costero, conocido principalmente por ser la localidad natal del marino Juan Sebastián Elcano, el primer hombre que dio la vuelta al mundo. Es un destino turístico habitual dentro del País Vasco. Son famosos sus restaurantes que preparan pescado a la parrilla y el vino blanco con denominación de origen que se cultiva en sus cercanías que recibe el nombre de chacolí de Guetaria."
"Getaria is a coastal town located in the province of Gipuzkoa, in the autonomous community of Basque Country, in the North of Spain. This coastal village is located on the Urola Coast, with Zarautz to the east and Zumaia to the west. Getaria is known for being Juan Sebastián Elcano's hometown, a seaman well-known for being the first man to circumnavigate the earth. He was captain of the Nao Victoria, the one ship in Magellan's ill-fated fleet which completed the voyage. Today, Getaria is also famous for its restaurants serving grilled fish and a white wine with a protected designation of origin which is cultivated in the surroundings of this coastal town and takes the name of Getariako Txakolina. Moreover, the Cristobal Balenciaga Museum is also located in this village. Thus, its most famous sons are Juan Sebastián Elcano, captain of the Nao Victoria, Admiral Miguel de Oquendo, who commanded the Guipúzcoa Squadron of the Spanish Armada, the explorer Domingo de Bonechea, and the couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga Eizaguirre. In May 2012, a two-man team from Getaria won Google's "Model Your Town" competition by creating a complete 3D representation of their hometown."