Hiking routes in San Sebastián and natural tourist attractions
A 16th-century tower and an early 20th-century amusement park are just two of the attractions awaiting you on Monte Igueldo, the highest point in the Gipuzkoan capital.
Towering over San Sebastián’s old town is Monte Urgull, an ancient strategic defence and the site of the Castillo de la Mota.
The Peine del Viento or Comb of the Wind is Eduardo Chillida’s most famous and spectacular sculpture. Make sure you visit this iconic piece during your stay in San Sebastián.
Fall under the charm of the friendly, coastal town of Zarautz – home to longest beach in the Basque Country and first-class surfing.
Sitting between Bilbao and San Sebastián is the small town of Zumaia, where a rocky landscape hides many secrets just waiting to be discovered.
Come discover the charming seaside escape of medieval Getaria as you meander through a labyrinth of steep, cobble-stoned streets and savour freshly-caught chargrilled fish.
Surrounded by gardens, the peace and tranquillity of Playa de Ondarreta is something truly special.
Chillida Leku is a rather unique museum set in 11 hectares of land where nature and over 40 impressive sculptures harmoniously blend into one.
The legendary Jaizkibel mountain range affords spectacular views of the Basque Cantabrian coast and splendid hiking trails.
With 200 species of sea life and the collosal skeleton of a North Atlantic right whale, the San Sebastián Aquarium will take you on a journey into the depths of the ocean.