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Our most recommended San Sebastián Activities

  • From Bilbao: San Sebastian and Biarritz Full Day Tour

    1. From Bilbao: San Sebastian and Biarritz Full Day Tour

    Delight in the renowned beaches of Biarritz, meander through the narrow streets of Saint Jean De Luz, taste local cuisine at the fishing village of Hondarribia, and marvel at the architectural beauty of San Sebastian on this full day tour from Bilbao. Follow the highway towards the east, through stunning natural landscapes, to arrive at Biarritz. Known as the Beach of Kings, it was a magnet for famous and royalty such as Napoleon III, Gary Cooper, and Frank Sinatra, and is still nowadays a very important tourist destination. Stroll through the old port, the Virgin on the Rock, and the scenic streets of this sea-side village. Next, following the panoramic coastal road views, you will continue onto Saint Jean De Luz, a lovely small village located on the French Basque coast. The house of Louis XIV, the Church of Saint Jean Baptist, and charming narrow streets are tourist highlights. Onw...

    We loved Estefan! Knowledgeable and very enthusiastic. We thought it was good value for money, and loved 3/4 stops. The lunch stop in Honorarriba, could have been skipped. It wasn’t very good in my opinion. Really enjoyed it overall.

  • San Sebastian: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Train

    2. San Sebastian: Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Train

    Come aboard this sightseeing train and you will discover everything that makes San Sebastian a unique and special place. The departure point is located in the heart of the historic city center next to the Cantabrian sea, on Paseo de Salamanca. The train route goes around the historic center, along the bay of La Concha to see the Santa Clara Island, Mount Urgull, the Miramar Palace, the Buen Pastor Cathedral, the Victoria Eugenia Theatre, and more. Hop on and off at your leisure. The vehicle, an articulated train with 2 carriages, has screens in case of rain, panoramic roofs in all carriages providing easy visibility for all passengers. They also have TFT screens with information about different places on the tour and the various excursions that you can purchase from the Donostia-San Sebastián City Tour office.

  • San Sebastián Small Group Bike Tour

    3. San Sebastián Small Group Bike Tour

    The activity takes place in San Sebastián's romantic area and departs in late morning or afternoon from the Good Shepherd Cathedral. Depending on the time spent at every spot, which depends on the interests of the visitors, the total length of the activity may vary. From the Cathedral you will visit up to 15 spots in total, including 3 beaches, the Comb of the Wind and more.

  • From San Sebastian: Zumaia and Basque Coast Geopark Walk

    4. From San Sebastian: Zumaia and Basque Coast Geopark Walk

    After gathering with your group and guide in San Sebastian, take the train to Zumaia where your tour will begin as you move between the narrow medieval streets and buildings of the little village. This area is famous for having the most incredible cliffs of the Basque coast, and whilst there you will not only learn about the history of the unique place but also the geology of the region. You will also be able to observe hidden fossils as you walk through them. The next stop on your tour will be Itzurun beach at the UNESCO Geopark. Receive a first-hand experience of the many rocks and unique layers. This stop will be followed by a walk around the iconic "Ermita de San Telmo” for sightseeing, and last but not least, you will visit the rocky cove of Algorri, where secrets of dinosaurs and biodiversity that have evolved through millions of years will be revealed To finish your experience, ...

    Beautiful scenery. interesting to know about the geo system. Excellent Guide well prepared and well informed. Speaks good English. Be prepared for ups and downs hills. Must wear good shoes for walking.

  • From San Sebastian: Guipuzcoa Coast Tour w/ Lunch

    5. From San Sebastian: Guipuzcoa Coast Tour w/ Lunch

    Pickup from your hotel will take place at 9:00 AM. Proceed to stops at Orio and Zarautz, where you will have the opportunity to see the traditional and the modern Basque coastal lifestyle from fishing boats to popular surfing spots. In Getaria, see fields of vineyards where txakoli, the most famous Basque white wine, is produced. Finally, visit Zumaia where San Telmo hermitage, the Flysch area and Itzurun Beach are located. This town has become well-known for being one of the areas where the last season of "Game of Thrones" was shot. You have the option to book this tour as a private or shared experience. Along the journey a lunch will be served, included with your tour. The tour will conclude with a drop-off at your hotel so you don't have to worry over logistics; just get ready to enjoy an amazing trip.

  • San Sebastian: Guernica, Mundaka, Urdaibai and Bermeo Tour

    6. San Sebastian: Guernica, Mundaka, Urdaibai and Bermeo Tour

    After being collected from your hotel, your tour kicks off and heads toward Gernika. Your first stop will be to the Guernica Peace Museum, where you will learn all about the tragic bombing that took place there during the Spanish civil war. Following this, you will advance towards Mundaka. Once there you will discover a quaint village on the coastline, famous for it's surfing waves that attract professional surfers from all over the world. Your final stop will be Bermeo, a traditional fishing village that showcases the Basque coastline lifestyle at it's best. Your tour will then end as you are dropped off at your hotel or other location of your convenience in San Sebastian.

  • From San Sebastian: French-Basque Countryside Private Tour

    7. From San Sebastian: French-Basque Countryside Private Tour

    The first stop on the tour is Saint Jean Pied De Port which is considered the start point on the famous St. James Way, the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The Basque language is still spoken on both sides of the border of this stunning medieval town. Next, it's the town of Bidarray, an off the track town in the countryside. Drive along the famous Pass Du Roland to get to Espelette town. Labourd style houses make this town unique, as it's known for its dried red peppers hanging from their facades. Taste some of the typical products of the region. Ainhoa is known for its church, a cemetery full of the traditional disc-topped monuments and white and red houses - a very typical Basque village. Finally, it's Sare, one of the most beautiful villages. Placed at the base of the first mountain in the Pyrenees mountain range, La Rhune, Sare is a major prehistoric site and has carefully pre...

  • San Sebastian: Private Gastronomy Tour and Cooking Class

    8. San Sebastian: Private Gastronomy Tour and Cooking Class

    Immerse yourself in the Basque Country's world-famous gastronomy scene in a cooking class with a local chef. The experience begins with a private guided tour along the Old Quarter of San Sebastian. Explore the main sites as well as some hidden gems often missed by visitors. Learn about Basque history, culture, and traditions while picking out the best seasonal products at a local market. Once the shopping is complete, walk to the private cooking area where the class will take place. Learn the main elements of a Basque meal and how to prepare them according to local tradition. At the end of the course, sit down to enjoy your culinary creation with a glass of local Basque wine.

  • San Sebastián: Electric Scooter Tour

    9. San Sebastián: Electric Scooter Tour

    Explore the stunning city of San Sebastián, riding an electric scooter. Discover five neighborhoods, four sculptures, three beaches, two emblematic plazas, and a river. Start at the foot of Mount Ulia, in the neighborhood of Sagües. Arrive at the Urumea River to see the main architectural trends in San Sebastián. Travel en route to Urgull, an old military fort that has protected the city for centuries. Get unbeatable views of the bay of La Concha. Go to the port and the access gates to the Old Town. Enjoy the 2.5 kilometers that separate the Town Hall from the sculpture of the Wind Comb by Eduardo Chillida, at the other end of the Bay. See a bay in the perfect shape of a shell, a spa, old trees twisted by the maritime winds, and a palace that was the summer resort of Spanish Royalty for several years. Start at the top of Mount Igueldo and get the most amazing views of the city. Learn...

  • From San Sebastian: Rioja Wine Tour

    10. From San Sebastian: Rioja Wine Tour

    This tour features the Basque wine region called Rioja Alavesa. This area is home to the best wineries of Rioja. Along the way, find not only wine, but discover amazing historical places. The St. James route passes through the area with medieval villages where there will be a few stops. Also along the way, experience art, culture, and the best that Spain has to offer. Leave from San Sebastian early in the morning. Upon arriving, taste the wines in some of the oldest wineries in Rioja Alavesa. After that, head to Laguardia Medieval village. Here, learn part of the history of La Rioja while you have time to eat pintxos and drink wine. Finally, visit a fourth winery in the area. All the wineries you are going to visit produce high quality wines with the traditional Rioja process.

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What people are saying about San Sebastián

It is worth taking a boat trip and having a pleasant time on the island. It is recommended to spend the day on the island. There are picnic areas with shade. Ideal to carry a sandwich, swimsuit and towel in your backpack. Very good views !!!

Beautiful scenery. interesting to know about the geo system. Excellent Guide well prepared and well informed. Speaks good English. Be prepared for ups and downs hills. Must wear good shoes for walking.

Angel is a great guide, his explanations are excellent and the visit to the geopark together with the views that there are are one of the things you must do in San Sebastián

Super economical. The Walk is very enjoyed. I had to change the date of the Tour at the last minute and they had no problems, very kind in the attention.

It is very good and you can eat for less than € 20 which being there is fine