SAN SEBASTIAN: OLD TOWN & CONCHA BEACH

Hello my lovely readers πŸ™‚ How’s everything going?

Today I want to share with you my second post of my trip to San Sebastian. This time I’ll share with you the old part of the city.

We started this walk at Buen Pastor Cathedral, a neo-gothic building, tribute to the large European medieval cathedrals. WithΒ 75 meters is still the highest building in San Sebastian.

Then we walked around the cute streets of the old town.

We arrived to the ConstituciΓ³n square, which is the centre of the old town. Years ago it used to be a bullring ans that’s why you can still see the numbers of the old stands in the balconies.

Then we went to the Basilica of Santa Maria, which is an 18th century baroque church.

We also went to San Vicente’s church, is the oldest building in the city. It was built in the XVI century, in a Gothic style.

Later that day we enjoyed an afternoon on the beach. The most famous beach in San Sebastian is “La Concha” beach. It’s called like that because it has the shape of a shell. It’s famous for it’s characteristicΒ white railings. Truth been told it has one of the nicest beach walks I’ve ever seen.

After going to the beach we decided to walk around the beautiful pier of the city. It was sunset time, so it looked even more beautiful.

 

Have you ever visited San Sebastian? What’s the most beautiful beach you’ve ever seen?

xoxo Darly
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