Festival internacional de la oralidad 2017See more
San Sebastian is one of the prettiest postcards you´ll ever see. La Concha Bay, the Wind Comb, Sagüés, the Belle Epoch area, the old town, Monte Igueldo and a long list of special corners are why this amazing city is recommended by everyone who visits. So, get your camera ready and put on your best smile. San Sebastian's incredible backdrop will provide you with the rest.
The swells rise up forcing water through holes in the ground and creating a geyser affect.
A 19th-century military construction built for defensive purposes.
La Concha Bay is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks.
Plaza de la Constitución is San Sebastian's old town square.
Sagüés, at the far end of the Gros neighbourhood, is the epicentre of the surf scene on the Côte Basque.
It's impossible to go to up Monte Igueldo without taking pictures.
In 1893 Queen Maria Cristina and her royal entourage began to summer in San Sebastian, making the city the resort of choice for royalty.
La exposición pretende ser un homenaje al artista en su ciudad natal 25 años después de su fallecimiento.See more
A temporaly exposition of unknown Balenciaga dresses.See more
Exposición de fotografía de Sebastiao SalgadoSee more
29 JulSee more
We propose a trip to one of the Basque Country’s most typical markets, the Tolosa Market. Make your way into the Tinglado marketplace to find local produce, to the Plaza de la Verdura to smell and delight in the colour of our flowers and plantsSee more
Autobus Hop On - Hop OffSee more