San Sebastian Beach guide
The beaches of San Sebastian, with unique personality are one of the main attractions in the summer.
LA CONCHA BEACH
The most classic, the most photographed, the most visited …
We talk about La Concha beach , the most central of the city. La Concha is different from the rest, stretches along a mile of white sand. A real picture of elegance and civility.
La Concha is considered one of the most beautiful urban beaches in Europe. He grew up under the Real Veraneo early last century and is known as the Pearl of the Cantabrian.
Located between Mount Igeldo and Miramar Palace gardens, Ondarreta beach offers more than half a kilometer long and 100 meters wide sand where sunbathing.
The volley ball, shovel or football are true classics on this beach. The days when the storms hit our shores, Ondarreta waters attract many to our surfers and bodyboarders.
The railing of La Concha
The railing of La Concha is one of the most universal icons of the city.
Your localizacióny ornamental forms make it unmistakable.
Wave, surf and youth. These are the main components of the beach Zurriola , the busiest beach of San Sebastian.
Located in the district of Gros, between Kursaal cubes and Mount Ulia, Zurriola beach has become, since its refurbishment 15 years ago, a favorite destination for surfers and young people around the world wanting to have fun and meet people.
At the “Zurri” beach, youth has been especially moving. That dynamism, is its main attraction. Championships and constant surf lessons, volley ball, football or shovel … The Cradle of beach activity is here, in the 800 meters long occupying Zurriola.
THE OTHER BEACH
The beach on the island of Santa Clara is an expert in the art of appearing and disappearing. Its small size, not exceeding 30 meters in length, at the mercy of the tides, but has also provided the exquisite charm.
Being small is not supposed to be deserted, quite the opposite. The beach of the island has all kinds of services, from beer garden to aid station, even can boast of having a “natural pool” of seawater.
How to get
During the summer a motor boat service runs every half hour from the port to the island pier.