Cabo de Gata
Minimum stay 30 days
San Sebastian, where the green landscape merges with the blue of the sea, is a place whose beauty is recognised far beyond our borders.
Also known as Donostia, it is the enclave that welcomes all visitors with its spectacular gastronomic, cultural and sporting offer.
Bathed by the emblematic La Concha beach, the historic town is surrounded by wild hills that lead to a unique oasis.
Monte Igueldo, barely 5km from the historic centre, is the path that overlooks the Bay of Biscay to show you, from almost two hundred metres above sea level, the whole bay.
An unusual place full of nooks and crannies to lose yourself in, where nature opens its doors to you.
wecamp San Sebastián
Enjoy the experience with your partner, family or friends at our campsite in the Basque Country.
Mobil Home Couple +
Mobil Home Basic
Mobil Home Compact
Mobil Home adaptado
Shampoo, gel, towels and sheets included with accommodations.
We can’t compete with the sea
But you’ll love relaxing on our poolside lounge chairs.
To connect with the essence of each location.
On-site and online assistance
Free Wifi. Services, guide, recommendations and bookings via our app.
BREEAM and Biosphere certifications confirm our commitment to sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint.
Camper clean, washing area, water, electric and sewage hookups.
and start collecting points with your first stay.
Festivals, museums, galleries, theatres... the cultural heartbeat of Donostia resonates throughout Europe thanks to all its possibilities: sea, mountains, history and, of course, good food.
Places of interest
"A fabulous place to stay with the family. It has fulfilled our expectations, a place in nature, quiet and a very pleasant atmosphere."
Javier R, Google
"Very good campsite. Good location, good service despite being full, very well maintained facilities and quick response to any request. A great and very nice team".
Patricia A, Google
"We were very well, the campsite was very quiet, the bungalows were brand new and very nice with everything you need and everything was done to detail."
"Exceptional. At first I was surprised that it was in a shop, but it turned out to be a very good choice!"
Known for its rich gastronomy, especially for its pintxos, also known as tapas, and its haute cuisine restaurants. San Sebastian has a large number of taverns. Many of them, located in the old quarter, offer traditional recipes based on fresh, high quality ingredients. The most popular dishes are Bacalao al Pil-Pil, txuleta and marmitako. The city also has several Michelin-starred restaurants, where chefs prepare creative and sophisticated dishes using innovative techniques.