Hesperia Donosti

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Zarautz 120, San Sebastian-Donostia, Basque, 20018, Spain
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Rated 23% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Solo25
  • Business56

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Forum Posts

Beaches in San Seb

by Rachaels24

I will be staying in San Seb from 12 - 14 July and wanting some advise on any beautiful beaches, great restaurants and things to do. We will at some point catch the bus to Pamplona for the seatival so any advise there would be great also.
Thanks

Re: Beaches in San Seb

by Roadquill

There are two main beaches in SS, La Concha which is very sheltered and where most of the beach lovers go and is right below the preminade, and then another beach a bit north which is not sheltered and there are some waves. Most people sun and swim at La Concha. The weather in July can be sunny or rainy. On the sunny days the La Concha can be crowded and at high tide there is not much dry sand. SS has some of the best tapas (pintxo) bars I have ever eaten at. Most of these are in the old town section. As for eating in Pamplona during St. Fermin, best to check my Pamplona pages. I will be there again about the same time you are. Let me know if you have any specific questions, Karl

Re: Beaches in San Seb

by cassiovieggore

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g187457-d805520-Reviews-Arzak-San_Sebastian_Donostia_Basque.html

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g187457-d877927-Reviews-La_Cuchara_de_San_Telmo-San_Sebastian_Donostia_Basque.html

I am puting to test a new Microsoft software and found some nice restaurants to you in San Sebastián.
They are on upper links. I never had been served by them but they were mentioned as good restaurants. I will now try to find the restaurants in the Spain map.
Cassiovieggore

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

Parte Vieja

by unexplored

Where the younger backpackers go, the parte vieja is brimming with reasonably priced pensiones and restaurants. Its proximity to Playa de La Concha and the port makes this area a prime nightspot; scores of places offer a night's sleep above loud tapas bars.

The Big Week

by bushes39

The second week in August is a festival week in San Sebastian known as 'la semana grande' (the big week). There is a lot of fun to be had during this week. The town fills up with people from all over (especially France and England). There is an international fireworks comptetion (a nightly shaming of any 4th of July fireworks display you'll ever see), concerts spread throughout the city, outdoor theatre performances, shows aimed for kids, and much much more. Book stuff early for this one (or sleep on the beach with everyone else).

El Sagrado Corazón

by mikey_e

The Sagrado Corazón is the name of the giant statue of Jesus that adorns the top of Mount Urgull. It was erected in 1950, long after the Castillo de la Mota was built. The statue is by no means a rival in size to the one in Rio de Janeiro or even in Lisbon, but it does somehow provide a bit of perspective on the height from which you look down on the city. You have to go through the largest chapel in the Castillo de la Mota in order to reach the observation deck just below the statue, and from there you can walk up to the base. It appeared that there was actually another chapel at Jesus’ feet, but it wasn’t open and I got the impression that it was only used for specific special occasions. Nevertheless, whatever your views on religious symbols in public, visiting the Sagrado Corazón is a must. The views onto Santa Klarako Uharte (the small island at the mouth of La Concha), the sea and the beach are breathtaking and will undoubtedly provide you with those one or two photographs you proudly display to anyone asking you about your trip to Donostia.

Plaza de la Constitución

by Emke

This is a beautiful square, not as beautiful as placa reial in BCN, but nice enough to sit down and sip some txakoli wine and eat some pintxos. The numbers on the houses refer to the time that this quare was a bullring.

Donostia - European Copacabana

by hartti

"Beach in the Center of Town"

The site of San Sebastian on the South coast of the Biskayan Gulf is ecellent for surfers and sun-takers because of the long sandy beach. Almost whole of the coast in the front of the town is a common and frequently used beach, paradice the the sun-takers. Very few large cities in the whole world can offer such a possibility.

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Address: Avenida Zarautz 120, San Sebastian-Donostia, Basque, 20018, Spain