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Top 8 Game of Thrones filming locations to visit by boat

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Barrika, Northern Spain

Fictional setting: Currently unknown

True location: Northern Spain

The much anticipated seventh season of Game of Thrones sees its film crew return to Iceland and Northern Ireland, but for the next chapter in the story, it is rumoured that some north-east coastal towns in Spain will also be appearing on our television screens — including Barrika, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe and the Port of Bermeo. It is suspected that the incredible Muriola Beach in Barrika will be the landing site for Daenerys and her fleet of Dothraki soldiers.

How to visit: Superyachts can moor at the Maritime Museum at the heart of nearby Bilbao, a port city famed for its museums, contemporary art galleries, rustic restaurants and architecture. Alternatively, it can be arranged for superyachts of any length to berth in the Port of Bilbao's cruise quays or commercial docks. Take a private car to the filming locations, which are approximately an hour's drive away.

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