All the chats in Province of Bizkaia

  1. Free chat in Bilbao
  2. Free chat in Barakaldo
  3. Free chat in Getxo
  4. Free chat in Santutxu
  5. Free chat in Portugalete
  6. Free chat in Santurtzi
  7. Free chat in Basauri
  8. Free chat in Leioa
  9. Free chat in Sestao
  10. Free chat in Galdakao
  11. Free chat in Durango
  12. Free chat in Erandio
  13. Free chat in Amorebieta-Echano
  14. Free chat in Bermeo
  15. Free chat in Ermua
  16. Free chat in Gernika-Lumo
  17. Free chat in Mungia
  18. Free chat in Arrigorriaga
  19. Free chat in Sopela
  20. Free chat in Ondarroa
  21. Free chat in La Cuesta
  22. Free chat in Ortuella
  23. Free chat in Zalla
  24. Free chat in Lekeitio
  25. Free chat in Elorrio
  26. Free chat in Güeñes
  27. Free chat in Berango
  28. Free chat in Derio
  29. Free chat in Elexalde
  30. Free chat in Berriz
  31. Free chat in Orduña
  32. Free chat in Zamudio
  33. Free chat in Landa
Province of Bizkaia

Vizcaya is one of the three Spanish provinces that make up the autonomous community of the Basque Country. Its capital and most populated city is Bilbao. It is located in the north of the Iberian peninsula and is bounded on the north by the Cantabrian Sea, on the east by Guipúzcoa, on the south by Álava and Burgos and on the west by Cantabria. Vizcaya is a very mountainous province and has an oceanic climate. It is composed of 112 municipalities organized in seven regions. With an area of ​​2217 km², it is the second smallest province in Spain, but it is the ninth most populated and the third in population density.

The majority of the population lives in the metropolitan area of ​​Bilbao, which is the sixth largest metropolitan area in Spain. The official languages ​​are Spanish and Basque. The western dialect of Euskera is indigenous to the Vizcaya territory. The territory of Vizcaya has its origin in the medieval manor of Vizcaya, from which derive historical rights and a statutory regime that are recognized by the Spanish Constitution. Thus, the Provincial Council of Vizcaya, like the rest of the Basque provincial councils, has a much greater autonomy than the rest of provincial councils. Like other Spanish provinces, it has its own statutory right. Vizcaya was one of the first industrial centers of Spain and counted since the late nineteenth century with a highly developed iron and steel industry. Altos Hornos de Vizcaya was the largest company in the country for most of the 20th century.

However, the oil crisis of 1973 had very deep economic consequences in Vizcaya, and the province underwent a process of profound industrial reconversion.