Things to see in San Sebastián
The historic Plaza de la Constitución sits on what was once a bullring and is one of the most iconic and attractive sights in San Sebastián.
The magnificent, neo-classical Aiete Palace is located in 235 hectares of lush grounds, and served as a summer residence to the Spanish monarchs Isabel II, Alfonso XII and Alfonso XIII; as well as dictator General Franco during the autocracy.
A well-preserved medieval quarter, an enchanting fishing neighbourhood and sensational cuisine are just some of the excellent reasons to take a trip to Hondarribia.
Widely considered the jewel of the area’s international tourism, Biarritz has so much to offer. From beaches beloved by surfers the world over, to views so stunning they will tear you away from its world-renowned spas.
Visit one of San Sebastián’s cider houses to drink in an age-old tradition as you sample some of the best food in the Basque capital.
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.
San Sebastián’s old town was the birthplace of the Basque capital. Today, it’s a tourist hotspot.
Come discover the rich Basque patrimonial heritage at San Telmo Museoa through riveting collections in a 16th century monastery with an avant-garde touch.
Irún, in the Basque Country, is a great place for a family holiday. Find out more about what you can see and do there.
Located at the very heart of the city centre, the monumental Victoria Eugenia Theatre has hosted over a century’s worth of the most important cultural events in San Sebastián.