Take a trip to San Sebastián, a charming coastal town in the heart of Basque country, located in northeastern Spain just 20 km away from the French border. Discover the beautiful beaches, the stunning views and some of the best food of Spain in San Sebastián to enjoy a unique holiday experience in this cosmopolitan city. San Sebastian's Parte Vieja (Old Part) offers some of the country's finest dining, so be sure to spend enough time perusing its winding streets and going through dozens of delicious restaurants and cozy bars. Visit the Cathedral del Buen Pastor, an impressive Gothic building made with stones from quarries of Mount Igueldo, or the city's excellent Aquarium. If you are feeling adventurous, go to Playa de la Zurriola, known as one of Europe's best-surfing destinations, for a lesson.
Make time for a day trip to Bilbao, home to the Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art and other architectural masterpieces, only one hour away. Explore the surrounding mountains of Mount Igueldo by taking a train to the top, where an old-time amusement park offers great views of the city, or hike to the top of Mount Urgull to relish the untouched nature of this mountain.
Our car hire suppliers in San Sebastián include Hertz, Europcar, Enterprise and Avis.
Our supplier depots are conveniently located at the San Sebastián Airport, as well as the San Sebastián Rail Station and several locations in the city centre. Explore the interactive map in the search form to find which San Sebastián depot is convenient for you to pick up your car hire.
Parking in the San Sebastián's city centre can be very difficult and the length of time during which one can park is often restricted and charged. The old part of the city is a car-free zone. However, there are a series of car parks around the city which are reasonably priced, typically between €1.85-2.20 per hour.
Many highways in Spain will have tolls, and drivers must take a ticket when entering. Pay points are posted along the way, and will charge based on distance. There are designated lanes for various forms of payment and credit cards are accepted, but cash is always a good idea. Some roads have a fixed charge, which must be paid regardless of distance.