San Sebastian Tourism Blog

We want to use our tourism blog to give a voice to everyone who has experienced San Sebastian, so that you can all share experiences from a personal perspective, showing us authentic, undiscovered and alternative places. Above all, we want you to immerse yourself in the city and enjoy San Sebastian to the maximum!

San Sebastian Tourism Blog

The best vegan options in San Sebastián

Food and drink

Barandilla de la Concha

Donosti Feeling

Why 'San Sebastian cheesecake' is conquering the world

Food and drink
Las olas en Donostia

Wave-spotting in San Sebastián

Donosti Feeling

Start of the spring tides

Did you know..? 7 fun facts about San Sebastian

Donosti Feeling

Donostia / San Sebastian inspires us

Donosti Feeling

Discover the new and charming hotels in San Sebastian

Donosti Feeling

In recent years Donostia has been witness to a burgeoning array of hotels so that those who visit us can enjoy San Sebastian to the full. Most of the new accommodation offered are hotels with a certain charm due to their location, style, size or functional characteristics.

Did you know that the water in Donostia is high quality? Learn about our fountains!

Donosti Feeling

In Donostia, we work for a sustainable-city model... so we want to encourage you to drink water from the tap and from our fountains! If you think about it, drinking tap water is the most affordable, practical and ecological alternative. But what's more, Donostia's tap water isn't only potable. It's also high-quality, one of the best three...

Discover the true San Sebastian through its neighbourhoods

Donosti Feeling

Four locals from San Sebastian tell us about their neighbourhoods and why you simply have to visit them.

Welcome to Egia: the SoHo of San Sebastian?

Donosti Feeling

Last year I moved to Egia and I couldn’t like more my new neighbourhood! So I’d like to invite you to discover it too. Egia is frequently compared to Greenwhich Village or Soho (on a "Donostia style" version and smaller scale, of course!) ;), for being home to many local artists and cultural groups. The neighbourhood is full of personality, euskaldun (basque language is frequently spoken) and it’s always been well-known for its musical, artistic and cultural scene.

Antigua, the magic neighborhood!

Donosti Feeling

Those of us from the Antigua neighborhood call ourselves “antiguotarras” before “donostiarras”, since this is the city’s oldest and most magical neighborhood that has its own character along with everything else you could imagine!

GROS, the trendy neighborhood!

Donosti Feeling

Hi, guys! Today I'm going to talk about Gros, a neighborhood that has recently become quite trendy and is constantly growing. With all these ingredients, it’s impossible not to like it!

Amara, a quiet neighborhood just steps from the city center!

Donosti Feeling

Looking for an affordable place to stay just steps from the city center in a quiet area off the beaten tourist path? Come to my neighborhood, Amara!

Zaitugu or the untranslatable

Basque

I’ve just met Sheila at the campus party. I spoke to her in Basque, thinking that she was around these parts, because by the look of her she could have come from Azpeitia, Vitoria-Gasteiz or the El Antiguo district. But as it happens she doesn’t. She’s Sheila, the English friend of my flatmate who’s...

Belle Époque carousels

Donosti Feeling

Inudeak eta Artzaiak and the Caldereros

Culture

The Basque carnivals

Basque

Theatre and dance enthusiasts (dFERIA)

Culture
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