Ready to Trot ’N’Roll? Discover all that San Sebastian has to offer.

After a wonderful night's sleep in your Casita, the city awaits you. Let us unpack a few of our favorite spots for you, whether you're traveling solo or as a group of backpackers. Ask for further recommendations to the Colo Colo team. 
Buen Pastor Cathedral
Its 75-metre high tower rises in the shape of a needle that can be seen from almost every part of the city.
Beach of La Concha
Just a 7 minute walk away, it is beautiful even on a rainy day. One of the city’s major icons, its incomparable setting.
San Telmo Museum
San Telmo Museum is the largest centre dedicated to interpreting Basque society, right in the heart of the city’s Old Town.
Basilic of Sta. María del Coro
Dating back to the 18th Century, it was built over an old temple, that’s why it is considered the oldest church in the city.
Old Town
Get lost in the streets of “La Parte Vieja”, discover hidden corners and soak up on the culture and history that each of the buildings display.
A former tobacco factory now converted into a contemporary culture centre full of coolness. Don’t miss the roof terrace with awesome city views.
Zurriola Beach
Waves, surf and youngsters. These are the main features of the Zurriola Beach, liveliest and vibiest stretch of sand in the city. It’s our favourite too!
Bonus track for foodies

Get to know the local food markets

Most of you wonder about what to eat in San Sebastián, as, with its record number of Michelin stars, it is known popularly as the gastronomic capital of Spain. The great success of Basque gastronomy is undoubtedly the savoir-faire, but choosing premium and local ingredients is truly a game changer. Go to the traditional markets and see it for yourself, if you get lucky you'll run into the most renowned chefs.

La Bretxa

The oldest local market of the city and gateway to the old part of San Sebastian. Its name comes from the location in this area of the walls of protection of the city. The story goes that it was here that the French troops managed to open a "breach" in the wall and besiege the city.
Colo Colo Recommends
  • Bretxoliva for delicious pickles and olives.
  • El Txoko de Denis, finger-licking charcuterie. With a traditional Basque chapata, the best snack to enjoy in Colo Colo´s Agora.
  • Roberto Quintana has the best seasonal fruit at the best prices.
Just 8 minutes walking distance from the hostel.
La Bretxa

San Martín

This recently renovated market is the closest to Colo Colo and is home to a multitude of traditional stalls bringing together small producers and some of the best-known brands under one historic roof. It is truly, in our opinion, one of the best places to eat in San Sebastian.
Colo Colo Recommends
  • JA for delicious bakery & pastries. 
  • Enjoy “de la huerta” fruit & vegetables in Hermanas Fernández. 
  • Casa Nicasio for ready to go meals, huge variety of cheeses and premium meat. 
Just 450 m from the hostel.
San Martín