is located in the northeast of Spain, on the Bay of Biscay.
San Sebastian Beach is known as a popular beach resort because
of its picturesque coastline. The most popular beach in San
Sebastian Spain is La Concha. San Sebastian is a humdrum of
boutiques, surf-shops and nightclubs, but the highly structured
boardwalk and extravagant historic mansions lend an air of
sophistication. You can enjoy a ride on the funicular to the
top of Monte Igueldo to get a spectacular view of the sea
and countryside. Another attraction is when you stroll through
sheltered woods to the summit of Monte Urgull you get to see
a statue of Jesus blessing the city. Remarkable primitive
Basque artifacts and a few dinosaur skeletons are displayed
in the town’s Museo de San Telmo. On the map of San
Sebastian you can notice it lies against the Bay of Biscay
and is surrounded by green mountains. The weather San Sebastian
is the primary reason why people head towards San
Sebastian Hotels in Spain in the summer months as
the place allows them an escape route from the inland heat.
Accommodation San Sebastian is the ideal base from where one
can explore the Basque Country. A visit to San Sebastian Spain
is incomplete without a visit to the old quarter (Parte Vieja).
It is here that one will come across a lot of the traditional
local life. One can enjoy a god time in the huge number of bars
and restaurants found here. The Basilica of Santa Maria del
Coro, patron saint of the city is another chief attraction.
The other two famous beaches of the region are Ondarreta and
La Zurriola. Ondarreta beach at the foot of Mount Igeldo gives
you a patrician feel to it because of the villas and gardens
that lead to the sand. There are many monuments to explore in
the city, such as the Cathedral. The city also offers several
parks and gardens. The sunsets in San Sebastian Spain
are spectacular, and so is the nightlife. Don’t forget
to try some seafood cuisine which is a specialty of the restaurants