Pension Kursaal

Pena y Goni, 2-1, San Sebastian - Donostia, 20002, Spain
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Where is this?

by LoSko

A simple question. I've found these pictures of San Sebastián:

http://viswiz.imk.fhg.de/~foursa/photos/29-san-sebastian/crw_7020_rj_web.jpg
http://viswiz.imk.fhg.de/~foursa/photos/29-san-sebastian/crw_7022_rj_web.jpg
http://viswiz.imk.fhg.de/~foursa/photos/29-san-sebastian/crw_7023_rj_web.jpg
http://viswiz.imk.fhg.de/~foursa/photos/29-san-sebastian/crw_7026_rj_web.jpg

This is a very interesting place. Does it have a name? How can I reach it? It would be great if you could locate it for me on a map.

Thank you

RE: Where is this?

by qaminari

It's part of a group called El Peine del Viento (the comb of the wind) and is located at the end of Ondarreta beach which you can reach by the Concha promenade, all around the the La Concha bay.
http://www.cd.sc.ehu.es/DOCS/book.SS-G/v2/SS.Ondarreta.html

Re: Where is this?

by mintbhat

San Sebastian is a coastal town, bordering between France and Spain. It's a wonderful place, and definitely worth a day's visit. The sunsets in San Sebastian can be spectacular, as is the nightlife. Shubha Nagesh

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

Basque language today

by Peret

500000 people, more or less, have the basque language as first language. You can see in the map the distribution. San Sebastián is the biggest city where you can hier it often, although is more spoken spanish, i think. But most of people of basque contry thinks the basque language is their own language, although a lot of them don't speak it. They had a lot of historical problems, and basque language was for long time forbidden, and never tought. If you shows your respect for this language, or you knows a few words, the most of people will be glad with you.

Castle

by travelife

San Sebastian is a small town easily manageable on foot. The castle on the top of the hill may take 20-30 mins walk uphill but is rewarding as you have a great view over the city, the harbour and the bay.

Gros and the "surf" beach

by bushes39

On the east side of the river is the neighborhood of Gros. There's a nice cathedral in Gros, great restaurants, and good shopping. Also, at the north end of the neighborhood, next to the river, is the Palacio de Congresos and the Auditorium Kursaal. There is also a beach in Gros, known as the surf beach, where the waves get big enough to surf at times.

San Sebastian

by ranger49

"Worth stopping for a while."

We have driven through the town many times, sometimes stopping for a coffee or lunch. It seems to have become much busier in recent years and inspite of underground car parking can be clogged with cars. This was one of the reasons we decided to stop a few minutes outside the town in a Casa Rural (see my accommodation Tip). The other was cost.

It is certainly a most impressive, elegant city with grand boulevards, hotels and bridges constructed in the really Grande style

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A pearl of Spain's north

by SirRichard

San Sebastian (Donostia in euskera language) is the most cosmopolitan of all the Basque Country cities. A very nice city to live in, charming Beach (La Concha) and delicious gastronomy ("Tapas" in the old part of the town) and very interesting villages around (Hondarribia, Zarautz...)

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Address: Pena y Goni, 2-1, San Sebastian - Donostia, 20002, Spain