Donostia-San Sebastián

San Sebastian is a small city but it hides a good handful of corners that you should not miss:

La Concha is Donostia’s jewel par excellence and one of the greatest emblems of Donostia / San Sebastian, it is the incomparable setting. Located in front of Santa Clara Island, La Concha beach fills the magazines and newspapers and has been selected as the number one beach in Europe and in Spain.


Treasures of the old town:


Walls, cannons and fortresses guard Donostia’s most precious treasures: pintxos!

Enjoy walking down to the port and strolling through the Old Part enjoying its famous pintxos, miniature culinary delights, and markets such as, for example, La Bretxa Market.


Discovering the architecture:


To delve into the city’s architectural treasures, the tour starts at the sea and follows the course of the Urumea River and its magnificent bridges.
From the first bridge, the Zurriola Bridge, you can see the modern Moneo cubes of the Kursaal (simulating two rocks stranded on the sand) on one side and the impressive complex with a typical Belle Epoque design on the other, formed by the Victoria Eugenia Theatre and the five-star Hotel Maria Cristina.


Take a dip on the longest beach in the Basque Country and enjoy the pintxos in the bars and the atmosphere. Walk among txakoli vineyards with a unique view of the sea, then sit at a table to sample the local produce and, finally, go shopping in original and well-kept shops.


A popular fishing village that does not go unnoticed due to its rich historical heritage (the jewel of which is the Church of San Salvador) and the curious silhouette of Mount San Antón, better known as “Ratón de Getaria“. It was also the birthplace of illustrious figures such as the navigator Juan Sebastian Elkano and the couturier Cristóbal Balenciaga. In its narrow streets and harbour you can taste the best grilled fish accompanied by the wine called “Txakoli“.


Hondarribia is one of the most charming towns in the Basque Country. Its well-preserved old town, relaxed seaside atmosphere and good food are just some of the reasons that make Hondarribia one of our favourite places.

Hondarribia (Fuenterrabía) is a colourful fishing village rich in both architecture and gastronomy. It is a pleasure for both the eyes and the stomach.

In addition to its impressive gastronomic offer, Hondarribia has a very well preserved Old Town, surrounded by a medieval wall, the only one in the province of Guipúzcoa. Its labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets and the great Castle of Charles V take the visitor on a walk through the Middle Ages.

Apart from the Old Quarter, Hondarribia has another area that is no less emblematic than the previous one: the Marina neighbourhood. This is where most of the bars and restaurants that have made the town famous are to be found. The main street that runs the length of the neighbourhood is pedestrianised, lined with trees and lined with beautiful houses and establishments where you can eat or taste the famous pintxos typical of the area.

It should not be forgotten that Hondarribia is a coastal town and as such, you can enjoy its beautiful beach, which stretches 800 m, offering sand and calm waters to locals and tourists alike.

Chillida Leku

Chillida Leku is a unique museum, which is in itself a great work of art. Here the fusion between art and nature takes place in a natural way. The sculptures blend into the landscape as if they had always been part of it. In the garden, the beech, oak and magnolia trees coexist with the monumental steel and granite sculptures in perfect dialogue with their surroundings.

Santa Barbara

From there you can enjoy excellent views of Hernani and its surroundings, as well as of Jaizkibel and the sea. All that remains of the fort are the half-ruined remains of its walls. Under the shelter of its walls there is a building with a small bar and stone tables ready to enjoy the natural environment.

Frontón Galarreta Jai Alai

Enjoy any of the spectacular modalities of Basque pelota with basket, in which technique and speed are the main features.