It is nearly impossible not to fall madly in love with this city.
As my friends told me and I agree, accommodation standards in San Sebastián are generally good, but prices are high and availability in high season is very tight.
THINGS TO DO.
- Rent a bike, tour or personal and wander around the streets, and old town (La Parte Vieja)! Its beautiful.
- Checkout El Paseo Nuevo
- PHANTOM BEACH – La Concha Bay (option: 10-minute boat ride offered by Motoras de la Isla – Paseo Mollaberria)
- As for many places, Hop on Hop Off Bus tours are a good option to see different attraction spots.
- Stops include:
• Republica Argentina Street, in front of the Victoria Eugenia Theatre.
• Teatro Victoria Eugenia
• Townhall-Alderdi Eder gardens
• Plaza Zaragoza-Hotel Londres
• La Perla-La Concha beach
• Ondarreta beach
• Funicular-Peine del Viento
• La Sirena hostel
• Igledo Mountain-Theme park
• Antiguo-Las Esclavas
• Miramar Palace
• Justice Palace
• Buen Pastor Cathedral
• Gros-Pinares Square
• Ulia mountain-Navarra Avenue
- Stops include:
- Checkout the famous sculpture located at the end of the beach Ondarreta. Its called El Piene Del Viento.. The sculptures are embedded in the rocks just a few feet left over the sea
- Cable car up that takes you up the mountain
- See the City Hall building, also near the Concha Bay
- Zurriola Beach (Surfers beach)
- Igeldo Hill (a hill where you can take rides from the top)
- Miramar park (A nicey grass area for a picnic)
- Arzak (3Michelen star, very famous yet very expensive but worth every bite lol i loved it.)
- Café Oquendo (its right in front of the Teatro Victoria Eugenia)
- Txubillo (Japanese pinchos)
- Bar Néstor (appetizers, salads, yemdi7oon ilpotato omlette ihnak bes majarabt’ha)
- La Cuchara de San Telmo
- Juanito Kojua (traditional Basque cuisine)
If you need more recommendations (Roadtrips from San Sebastian, other places in Spain), please feel free to contact us 😀
~ Put down the map, and get wonderfully lost.