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San Sebastian Summer 2020 time to re-explore

So the San Sebastian Summer of 2020 wasn’t quite what we expected. After the main lockdown finished we were relieved to see you still wanted to travel and come to San Sebastian but understandably a lot less than previous seasons which meant we had a lot more time on our hands.

It was great to spend it with friends and family and it gave us the perfect opportunity to go and explore and re-wild ourselves in the Basque Country once again.

We went on some crazy hiking missions, paddle boarded down rivers where no paddleboarder has ever been before, joined forces for extraordinary cycling tours, did far too many early bird surfing escapes and explored the depths of the back country where we found exciting new local experiences and real, traditional Basque food at its absolute best.

Here’s a glimpse of what we did. I think there will be some new San Sebastian Day tours on the horizon for 2021.

We provide San Sebastian day tours all year round. If you would like more details on our hiking, stand up paddle boarding or any of our other activities please get in touch “info@experiencesansebastian.com”

The top of Aneto

Reaching the top of Aneto at 3404m the highest peak in the Pyrenees.

Stand up paddle board river tour

There were some shallow parts on this new SUP adventure

group of cyclers

With mountain bikes and 85km under our belts we rode some crazy single tracks.

French surfing peak

The line up at Guethary never tasted so sweet with good swell, light winds and a mellow crowd.

river creek

Lumbier Canyon for an incredible hike, icy swim and vulture spotting.

waterfall

Aralar area was full of surprises but this waterfall was our top spot.