Hotels in San Sebastian
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San Sebastian 67 yd from city centre
Pensión Peñaflorida is situated in the San Sebastian City-Centre district in San Sebastián, 300 metres from Victoria Eugenia...
San Sebastian 91 yd from city centre
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. This property...
San Sebastian 207 yd from city centre
This property is closed from 15 March 2020 to 11 April 2020 (dates subject to change). Make yourself comfortable in this...
San Sebastian 208 yd from city centre
Ideally located near Concha Beach as well as the city centre, this hotel has great access to the local tapas bars and provides...
San Sebastian 216 yd from city centre
Opened since 2000, Urban House Hostel owns 3 different buildings 2 minutes from each other. Our buildings will make you feel...
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Located on the coast of the Bay of Biscay, San Sebastian is a beautiful city that is an integral part of the Autonomous Basque Community of Spain. Medium in size but large in culture and history, it boasts award winning urban beaches and stunning architecture that has been likened to that of Paris and a reputation for fine cuisine.
Anyone planning a budget vacation to San Sebastian can find appropriate accommodation throughout the town. It’s worth paying a little bit extra for a stunning view of the seafront and ocean.
Neighbourhoods of San Sebastian
San Sebastian consists of a number of districts:
- Old Quarter: This is where you will find many of the city’s most important historical buildings, along with plenty of tapas bars and restaurants.
- Downtown: One of the best areas for shopping, featuring an organised grid network of busy roads.
- Gros: This is arguably the most scenic area of the city, home to Zurriola beach and standing across from the Uremea River.
- Beaches: The four main beaches in San Sebastian are the Playa de la Concha, the Playa de Ondarreta, the Playa de la Zurriola and the Playa de Gros.
What to see and do in San Sebastian
There is plenty to see and do in San Sebastian, with some highlights including the San Telmo Museum of Basque history, the Good Shepherd of San Sebastian Cathedral, and a visit to the picturesque Santa Clara Island.
What to eat in San Sebastian
Some of the traditional dishes that you must try in San Sebastian are boquerones en vinagre which are pickled anchovies, pintxos which are a tapas mixture of olives, peppers and anchovies, and txuleta which is a grass fed beef dish.
Typical events and festivals in San Sebastian
Some of the best annual festivals in San Sebastian include Carnival in March, the Olatu Talka in June, and the huge Semana Grande celebration in August.
How to move around in San Sebastian
San Sebastian is a perfect city for walking, but visitors can also take advantage of the bus routes, taxi services, and bike rental opportunities across the region.
The climate in San Sebastian
The weather is pleasantly mild all year round in San Sebastian. The period of Midsummer, from July to August is always the hottest, and this sees an annual surge in tourism over the summer holidays.
More interesting facts about and sights in San Sebastian
Did you know that the very first Cristobal Balenciaga retail shop opened in San Sebastian in 1924?