Best Rooftops In San Sebastian

view of the river urumea from tabakalera in egia

What could be better than finding an idyllic rooftop in San Sebastian, sitting back and enjoying a glass of wine whilst admiring the views? The good news is, it is possible.  But the bad news is that apart from a couple, most of the rooftops in Donostia belong to hotels and are reserved exclusively for … Read more

Miramar Palace

The gardens of miramar palace in San Sebastian

The Miramar Palace stands prominently on the San Sebastian coastline between Ondarreta Beach and La Concha Beach. It’s the first thing your eyes are drawn to as you look towards the city from the La Concha Bay.  Whilst it has a prominent location, it’s actually one of the best spots in the city to get … Read more

Paseo Nuevo (The New Promenade)

sunset at paseo nuevo in san sebastian

Circulating Monte Urgull, Paseo Nuevo (The New Promenade) is one of San Sebastian’s finest walkways.  Starting at the San Sebastian Aquarium, it’ll take you around 40 minutes to work all the way around the promenade to the Zurriola Bridge and Kursaal.  The whole time you have views of the horizon over the Cantabrian Sea. It’s … Read more

San Telmo Museum

Outside the San Telmo museum in San Sebastian

Hidden in the corner of Zuloaga Square in the Old Town of San Sebastian, you’ll find the San Telmo Museum.  A harmony of architecture and artistry, the aluminium facade blends in beautifully with Monte Urgull almost appearing as though the building is carved out of the mountain itself.  The perforated holes in the facade even … Read more

Things to do in San Sebastian

The pico del loro on la concha beach in San Sebastian

San Sebastian is probably most famous for its beaches and culinary excellence. And whilst visiting La Concha beach and trying the city’s popular pintxos is a must for all visitors, there’s plenty more that the city has to offer. There are things for foodies, sport enthusiasts, history buffs or those who simply enjoy a bit … Read more

San Sebastian Old Town (Parte Vieja)

view of the narrow streets in the parte vieja in san sebastian from the constitution square

The Parte Vieja or Old Town of San Sebastian is one of the most liveliest corners of the city.  Sandwiched between the River Urumea, La Concha Beach and Monte Urgull, the neighbourhood is probably Donostia’s most visited attraction.  And there’s a good reason why.  Famous for its pinxo cuisine and vibrant nightlife, the Parte Vieja’s … Read more

La Concha Beach

View through the holes of the white railings railing on la concha beach

Any visit to San Sebastian isn’t complete without a trip to the Playa de la Concha! Voted as one of the best beaches in Europe, it’s the picture-perfect setting. But what makes La Concha unique is its location. It’s set in the centre of San Sebastian next to the town hall and shopping district of … Read more