The 100-meter-wide shoreline extends for a kilometer, offering an impressive total surface area with plenty of space for sunbathing.During the most popular months of June, July, and August, the shore is lined with classic striped beach cabanas, lounge chairs, and sun parasols.
Besides sunbathing and swimming, tourists will also enjoy strolling La Concha.
The beach, known as La Perla, overlooks the cityscape of San Sebastian and has an ambience of elegance.
A protected location in the bay ensures calm, gentle waters that are safe for swimming.
A favorite pastime in the Old Town is strolling the quaint cobblestone streets in search of traditional Basque tapas.
This atmospheric quarter is filled with authentic pintxo restaurants and is at its liveliest in the evening when tourists and locals flock to the area.
The expansive shoreline extends for several kilometers along a curving coastline, bookended by the Urgull and Igeldo hills.