The first stop for all those visiting San Sebastian should be the Alameda del Boulevard. When in San Sebastian, taking a stroll down the Alameda del Boulevard is an absolute must. The boulevard is the lively hub of San Sebastian and is packed to the brim with a variety of shops and stalls, restaurants, cafés, and attractions to keep the entire family entertained. At the west end of the boulevard, visitors will be met with glorious views of the fishing harbor, as well as the Town Hall and the Club Náutico. While here, visitors will also come across the popular Bahía de la Concha. A visit to Alameda del Boulevard is a must during evenings, as this is when the locals take a relaxing stroll, making it the ideal place to people watch too.
The opening hours of the shops, restaurants and attractions all vary
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The numerous shops, the fishing harbor, Bahía de la Concha and the Town Hall
While finding prayer facilities on Alameda del Boulevard will prove to be impossible, the city of San Sebastian is home to a few mosques. One such mosque is the Masjid De Renteria, which is one of the most popular mosques in San Sebastian. Muslim visitors could also find a quiet, clean place on the boulevard, or at the beach, to offer their prayers.
As mentioned above, Alameda del Boulevard offers a wide selection of exciting dining options. Most of the cafés and restaurants found here will however not serve Halal certified food. Muslim visitors can therefore choose to dine on seafood or vegetarian dishes at these restaurants, or they can make inquiries regarding the best Halal restaurant in the area, while at the local mosque. A must-try while in San Sebastian are the authentic Spanish tapas.