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10 - Hondarribia, Pasaia and San Sebastian

On this tour you will see the coastal beauty and the beautiful villages of Hondarribia and Pasaia and absorbing San Sebastian the way you prefer/like.

After picking you up around nine at your hotel we drive along the amazing coast to Hondarribia. Here we will take our time to walk around and see the beauty of this old village. You can enjoy a good coffee with a delicious pastry if you wish !

After Hondarribia we will visit Hirutza Bodega, for the best Txakoli !

On our way to Pasaia we drive along the coastal road and the Jaizkibel mountain. In this charming coastal fishing village, Pasaia we will walk through the narrow, coloured and paved streets and through the small tunnels that link the houses.
This place was the inspiration for the famous French writer Victor Hugo.

For the afternoon in San Sebastian you have different options for enjoying the time you have. Spent it in a total free way or get a guided tour by a local who will show you around, you decide !!

We will end our day in one of the best places of San Sebastian where we will have a pintxo and a refreshing drink !!


Tour info

Duration of the tour 8 hours

The price includes
Always a happy private (English French German or Dutch-speaking) travel guide
Pick up and return at your hotel
Sweet treat or pintxo break
All transport costs
Visit of the local manufacturer and the taste of the products

Not included
Drinks or foods not listed above

Places you will visit
Hondarribia
Pasaia
San Sebastian


Rates/Prices

From 75€ per person
up to 6 persons

All of our tours at Ikusi are flexible and can be customized. We want to offer you the best service – for any queries, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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the guide

Remco Roos

Hello my name is Remco Roos and I am specialist in guiding that serves you personal assistance to offer unique experiences in the Basque Country. My goal is to take you to the heart of the Basque Contry’s cultural, gastronomical and geographical treasures.

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