Last Sunday was the premiere of the seventh season of Game of Thrones. You probably didn't notice – people were kind of quiet about it.
One of the scenes shows Daenerys arriving at Dragonstone, the original Targaryen settlement.
It prompted lots of people to tweet, asking themselves where Dragonstone really is.
And if it's available for visits.
Well, wonder no more, as the beach is totally real and in Zumaia, Basque Country, Spain.
It is indeed awesome.
That's right. It's quite normal that you want to see this.
The episode also features San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, a church out in the sea, also in Basque Country.
Game of Thrones significantly shortens the distance between the two locations.
It's still gorgeous.
And although it's stunning...
...keep in mind that there are no dragons (I think).
This post was translated from Spanish.