CRISTOBAL BALENCIAGA: MODA Y PATRIMONIO
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Captain Hook didn’t know how to swim, but you’ll have to swim, dive, kayak and pass through undersea tunnels if you want to be a good pirate!
Located in Pasajes San Pedro, only a few kilometres from San Sebastian.
Sea is the only frontier of the Mater Museum, a Basque tuna fishing boat converted into a floating museum, an opportunity to learn all about fishing in the Bay of Biscay and the work of those who manned them.
The San Sebastian Aquarium is the oldest aquarium and museum dedicated to marine natural sciences in Spain.
Pukas Surf Eskola is the longest standing surf school in San Sebastian, an international reference in the surfing world.
Rent a kayak and choose a river – the Deba, Orio or Urola.
This is the perfect place if you're looking for sea kayaking.
Axi Muniain is one of the biggest names on the surfing panorama.
Diving is fun and easy and can open up a fascinating world filled with delightful surprises.
The area features spectacular cliffs, protected beaches, and the seafaring towns of Zumaia, Deba and Mutriku.
Here´s another way to see La Concha Bay, one of the loveliest bays in the world.
Hop aboard a little boat that will ferry you across the beautiful bay to Pasai Donibane (Pasajes San Juan)
The westernmost beach in the San Sebastian Region sits on the mouth of the Bidasoa river
This 2,500-metre beach is the longest beach in the San Sebastian Region
Located in Zumaia, Santixo is a wide beach with calm waters and the kid-friendly atmosphere.
Located in Orio, a quiet 3500-square- metre beach with plenty of space for sunbathing
Unique beach next to the charming port of Mutriku
A beautiful family-friendly beach beside the fishing port in Getaria