Meet your guide and pick up your bike and helmet midmorning, and then kick off the two-wheeled tour at San Sebastián’s distinctive town hall, known as the Ayuntamiento. Before you start pedaling, check out the big antique carousel nearby and learn some curious anecdotes about the city, such as its connection to Japan and the origin of all of those tiny trees.
Get cruising along the bidegorri bike path that hugs La Concha Beach, and admire the stately palace of Queen Maria Cristina en route to Ondarreta Beach — a favorite sandy spot for locals. Continue on to the end of crescent-shaped La Concha Bay, where you’ll head inland and back to civilization. Scout some examples of modern art before winding your way back in time through one of the city’s oldest districts.
Discover a ‘secret passage,’ and then follow the Urumea River past contrasting elements like bourgeois villas and working-class neighborhoods. Along the way, listen as your guide shares local legends, including the dark history of the Kursaal building.
Get another glimpse of San Sebastián’s gorgeous shoreline at Zurriola surf beach in the Gros district, and then check out the bustling activity of the port, one of the best places in town for a pintxo bar crawl. Cross the Monte Urgull battlefield before finishing with yet another example of the city's interplay of old and new when veering from the historic city walls onto the modern boulevard that forms the boundary of the contemporary part of town.