The jewel of the Basque Country is a frenchified city with a passion for fine dining and culture, which, despite its size, dazzles the visitor with its charm and beauty. Take one of our cheap flights to San Sebastian…
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The jewel of the Basque Country is a frenchified city with a passion for fine dining and culture, which, despite its size, dazzles the visitor with its charm and beauty. Take one of our cheap flights to San Sebastian and discover a cinematic city, which effortlessly combines tradition and nature with modernity and elegant architecture.
The urban beaches of Zurriola, Ondarreta and La Concha are the best places to relax and unwind. These last two are located in the emblematic Concha Bay, in front of the picture-perfect little island of Santa Clara. There are two options when it comes to taking in the best views of the bay: walking along the promenade or climbing up Mount Igueldo for a bird’s eye view. The promenade is lined with typical buildings of the city, including the old Royal Bath House and the Miramar Royal Palace, both built in the 19th century, when San Sebastian was a spa town. The El Peine del Viento group of sculptures, by local sculptor Eduardo Chillida, is the perfect finishing touch to the promenade next to the bay.
Despite being home to several beautiful Belle Époque buildings, such as the Hotel María Cristina, San Sebastian’s architectural trademark is the Kursaal, the impressive Palace of Congress designed by Rafael Moneo, which hosts the International Film Festival of San Sebastian. Providing the best that world cinema has to offer since 1953, this is the most important festival in Spain, and one of the most important in Europe. Many celebrities have not been able to resist the charming capital, as well as the stunning landscapes and luxury gastronomic delights it has to offer. World-famous for its high standard of chefs, San Sebastian is the world’s ‘pintxo’ capital. The Old Town (known as ‘Lo Viejo’) is filled with wonder, and is home to the best pintxo bars you could ever find!