Don’t miss our selection of the most emblematic places you can’t miss during your holiday in vibrant San Sebastian.
The restaurant scene in Donostia-San Sebastián has conquered culinary experts from across the world. Make sure you sample the local cuisine during your visit to the Gipuzkoan capital.
Going out for pintxos in Donostia-San Sebastián has evolved from a tradition to one of the best culinary experiences the world has to offer.
Take a look around the best shops in San Sebastián and enjoy an alternative way of getting to know this wonderful city.
Surrounded by gardens, the peace and tranquillity of Playa de Ondarreta is something truly special.
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.
Miramar Palace is based on an English architectural design and affords sweeping panaoramic views across the city of San Sebastián.
San Sebastián’s Semana Grande or ‘Big Week’ offers seven days of parties, folklore and tradition.
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.
Young and old march together to the thunderous beat of drums during the Tamborrada of San Sebastián, a festival steeped in tradition in honour of the city’s patron saint – St Sebastian.