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Begin your tour at a central location in San Sebastián, where you'll meet your guide and group. Then, begin your journey to Mount Ulia. As you hike the former pilgrimage route, listen to your guide share insights into the path’s age-old legacy and admire striking views along the coastal trail.

Pause in Pasaia San Pedro and discover more about village life and culture. Hear about the town’s traditional rowing competitions and games of “pelota” and then enjoy an illuminating cruise of the bay toward Santiago Square. Here, alight and visit a nearby terrace bar and relax with a refreshing glass of txakoli (sparkling white wine).

When replenished, continue by foot to Pasaia. Explore the village’s charming streets and then catch a public bus back to San Sebastián. Enjoy the ride back to the city, before the tour concludes back at the original point of departure.

Locations visited
Camino de Santiago
San Sebastian Urban Adventures
Overview
Spend a half-day away from the crowds of San Sebastián and immerse yourself in nature on a hiking tour of Mount Ulia. Follow the “Camino de Santiago” and learn more about the ridge’s history from your local guide. Admire the striking Basque landscape, visit local villages, and gain insight into local life, with a sightseeing boat tour across Pasaia San Pedro’s bay. A complimentary glass of txakoli (sparkling white wine) is included.
Highlights
  • Gain insight into the history of Mount Ulia from your local guide
  • Sample a complimentary glass of txakoli as you relax on a terrace mid-hike
  • Enjoy an active sightseeing experience
  • Admire striking Basque vistas and visit local villages along the way
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Reviewed yesterday
Amazing morning hike!

This was a great way to burn off some of the Pintxos and wine we'd had the night before. We wanted to learn more about the "Camino de Santiago" and this was an excellent way to do it while enjoying breathtaking views all around us....More

Thank Olo09
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Refreshing and Scenic Hike/Pilgrimage

Enjoyable hike from San Sebastian to Paisa fishing village - some short intermediate/moderate hills but otherwise enjoyable hike around coast - great coastal views. Tour ends by way of bus back to San Sebastian - however as alternative some excellent restaurants in Paisa village -...More

1  Thank James K
Reviewed 1 week ago
Marina is an excellent guide

Marina was our guide for the morning when we recently hiked part of the Coastal section of the Comino Trail from San Sebastian, Spain. There were many steps and not a highly groomed trail - so enjoyable. Marina gauged our level of fitness well and...More

2  Thank Sandy440725
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Beautiful Hike - perfect walk for all

Fantastic day’s hiking in the beautiful countryside around San Sebastián. Marina was a brilliant guide - gave an authentic local perspective on the country, culture, history and food of the region. Really well organised and planned, loved the boat crossing and drink at the end....More

2  Thank Lauren C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great way to spend half a day

It’s a pretty basic hike and easy for anyone to complete. Our guide Marina was very knowledgeable and super friendly. Perfect opportunity to fill the lungs with fresh air, see some impressive landscape and meet some great people.

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Response from Jan09 | Reviewed this property |
It’s in the Gros area, in front of Mariaren Bihotza Church
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