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San Sebastian

also known as Donostia in Basque.
We camped at Igueldo Camping only a few k's from the center, taking the bus No.16 from outside the campsite which made it easy to explore the center of the old city and walking all the way along the bay to the far end, where you can hop on off the bus.

The lovely bay de la Chonca 

Bay

Fishing port

Sardines. You can find fish restaurants along the far side of the port. 


Pintxos bars found on every street in the center, good way to try different pintxos and local wines

Video from our road trip across the beautiful back roads of Spain and wherever our sat-nav took us.



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