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esc. Dcha. Ppal. Dcha, San Sebastian, 20002

Our ref: # 1107

This office building is located in San Sebastian and provides a comprehensive business management service to support any business wanting to set up an office. The building offers a prestigio...

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Pio XII, 31 - 1ª planta, Pamplona, 31008

Our ref: # 4393

This office building is situated on one of the main streets of Pamplona, with numerous transport links and excellent local amenities nearby. The building is situated close to a number of res...

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García Ximenez, Pamplona, 31002

Our ref: # 4395

This first floor office complex is located in the centre of Pamplona, next door to the Paseo de Sarasate, famous for housing the Government of Navarra. There are excellent transport links in...

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Area Information

San Sebastian, otherwise known as Donostia, is a city and municipality located in the north of Spain, in the Basque Country. It is situated on the Bay of Biscay, only 20 km (12 miles) from the French border. It is known for its gourmet Pinxto tapas selections, crescent moon beach and Castillo de Santa Cruz de la Mota.

Business Information

The main economic factors for San Sebastian are commerce and tourism. This is a very popular tourist destination in Spain. It is host to international events such as the San Sebastian International Film Festival. Locations in San Sebastian offer serviced offices. Notably San Sebastian has been chosen as a European Capital of Culture for 2016.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There is a four-mile oceanfront promenade along the city’s three sandy beaches that is the perfect spot for an evening stroll. You can follow the promenade from the port around Mount Urgull, and visit one of the cities many museums. There are also sporting activities available with surfboards and sea kayaks for hire. San Sebastian is a gastronomic mecca with many people visiting for the Pintxos alone, so eat at as many different establishments as possible. For a full meal Ni Neu is a restaurant at the Kursaal, the auditorium and convention centre situated in a pair of glowing modernist cubes next to Zurriola beach. Dishes include tuna tartar with green lemon cream, or roast lamb with coffee and cardamom.

Transport Information

The nearest major international airports to San Sebastian are Bilbao and Santander. There is a vehicle-ferry terminal at Santander with connections to the UK. You can get around the town by walking or by hiring a bike. There are also taxis available. San Sebastian is well connected in terms of trains with onwards destinations available to towns in France and Spain.

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