The Pension Aussi II is situated in the Old Town of
Donostia and close to two Beautiful Beaches

Donostia's old town

Also known as Parte Vieja, is the heart and soul of the beautiful city of San Sebastián in the Basque Country of Spain. Steeped in history and charm, this historic quarter is a must-visit for anyone exploring the city.

The old town is a maze of narrow, winding streets lined with picturesque buildings and bustling with local shops, cafes, and pintxo bars. The area is known for its vibrant energy and lively atmosphere, particularly in the evenings when locals and tourists alike flock to the area to enjoy the famous Basque cuisine and socialize with friends.

One of the most iconic landmarks in the old town is the Plaza de la Constitución, a grand square lined with arcaded buildings and home to several cafes and bars. It was once the site of bullfights and public executions, but today it serves as a popular meeting spot for locals and visitors.

Another highlight of the old town is the San Telmo Museum, a cultural institution housed in a former convent that showcases the history and traditions of the Basque Country. The museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in learning more about the region's rich cultural heritage.

La Concha

La Concha Beach is a picturesque and iconic destination located in the beautiful city of San Sebastián in the Basque Country, northern Spain. Renowned for its stunning natural beauty and crystal clear waters, it is considered one of the best urban beaches in the world.

With its unique horseshoe shape, La Concha Beach stretches for more than a kilometer, providing an idyllic setting for beachgoers. The soft white sand is perfect for sunbathing and the calm waters invite visitors to take a refreshing dip or engage in water activities such as swimming and paddleboarding.

One of the reasons why La Concha Beach stands out is its backdrop. On one side, the beach is flanked by the majestic Urgull Mountain, with its historic fortress perched on the top, offering spectacular panoramic views of the Bay of Biscay. On the other side, the elegant Belle Époque architecture of the city provides a charming contrast, adding to the overall charm of the beach.

The promenade that runs alongside the beach is a popular spot for leisurely strolls or bike rides. Lined with palm trees and dotted with beachfront cafes and restaurants, it provides a perfect setting for visitors to enjoy a leisurely meal or indulge in a refreshing drink, while taking in the breathtaking views of the beach and the city.

Despite being located in the heart of the city, La Concha Beach manages to maintain a clean and peaceful atmosphere, making it an ideal place for relaxation and enjoyment. The city authorities ensure that the beach and its surrounding areas are well-maintained, making it a family-friendly destination for locals and tourists alike.

Zurriola Beach

Zurriola Beach is one of the most popular and vibrant beaches in San Sebastian, a picturesque city located in the Basque Country of northern Spain. Known for its beautiful scenery and excellent surfing conditions, Zurriola Beach attracts locals and tourists alike all year round.

Stretching over 800 meters long, Zurriola Beach offers ample space for sunbathing, beach sports, and leisurely walks. The beach is divided into three sections: the eastern area, which is primarily used for surfing and water sports, the central area, which is perfect for families and beachgoers looking to relax, and the western area, which is lined with trendy bars and restaurants.

Surfers from around the world are drawn to Zurriola Beach for its consistent and challenging waves. The beach is known for hosting prestigious surfing competitions, attracting professional surfers and spectators alike. Whether you are an experienced surfer or a beginner looking to take lessons, Zurriola Beach has plenty of surf schools and rental shops that cater to all levels.

Aside from surfing, Zurriola Beach offers a range of activities to enjoy. Beach volleyball and beach football are popular sports played on the sand, with designated areas set up for those who wish to partake. The beach is also equipped with lifeguards and first aid services, ensuring a safe environment for all visitors.

If you need a break from the beach, the nearby neighborhood of Gros offers a vibrant selection of bars, cafes, and restaurants. Here, you can indulge in a variety of delicious pintxos (Basque tapas) while enjoying the lively atmosphere. The streets of Gros are particularly lively during the evenings, as locals and tourists gather to socialize and experience the city's vibrant nightlife.


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