San Sebastian, known as Donostia in Euskara, the language of the Basque Country….
Oh god another language to get our heads around !
As we discovered, food in the city of San Sebastian is far more than just something to survive on.
In this corner of Spain, food and all it encompasses is life! , so we’ve pretty much eaten our way around Spain and this place may just top them all.
This is reason enough to visit San Sebastian, as it’s lovely to walk around a city that is this picturesque.
No matter what direction you look, there is either a beautiful building or great scenery to see!
So don’t pass by – we stopped off in a great little aire at €3.30 per night, (N43.30796 W2.01485.)
So here are some of our highlights in case you are planning a visit !
El Peine de Los Vientos
La Concha Bay
One of San Sebastian’s most famous landmarks is the statue of Christ on top of Monte Urgull that looks over the city.
Looking up at San Sebastian’s Christ statue from below you don’t even realize there is a castle! The Mota Castle, or Castillo de la Mota, has historical significance, some parts date back to the 12th century and it was conquered by Napoleon’s French Army.
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