Ausflüge in San Sebastian: This service with departure from San Sebastian on Saturdays offers stops in TOLOSA, ORDIZIA, OÑATI and it also includes audiovisual explanations in English, French and Spanish. Depending on the selected Ticket, visitors will start the tour at the scheduled time from San Sebastian. Following the Timing Schedule, visitors will have the possibility to hop on and hop off at any of the included villages.
Therefore, they will be able to choose which villages visit up to the max. stops allowed by their ticked: 3, 2 or 1 stop.
Visitors will have 2h or 2h 30min at each stop to enjoy the visit on their own, depending on Timing Schedule.
Located on the bank of the river Oria, Tolosa is a town with a great historical importance that admires its past, but it is also adapted to the present times. The former capital of Gipuzkoa was an important passage for traders that linked up Navarre with ports of the Bay of Biscay. For centuries it benefited from numerous privileges. From that glorious past Tolosa inherited a valuable historical old quarter marked by buildings and monuments of different styles.
His traditional market (Saturdays) is a great opportunity for seeing tradition and typism on Local Products.
Ordizia, famous for its weekly market, is set in the historical territory of Gipuzkoa within the Goierri region. The river Oria flows from north to south through the town with the constant presence of the Txindoki (1,346m) Mountain. Ordizia is the main town in the Goierri region along with Beasain, and it is strategically located close to the N-1 that connects Gipuzkoa, Alava and Navarre.
Oñati is one of the most monumental towns in Gipuzkoa and one of the most beautiful areas in Euskadi. Located in the Alto Deba region and at the foot of Aloña Mountain, the encompassing rough slopes and numerous mountains are home to an exceptional old part of the town, marked by notable buildings, palaces and churches of great-value in terms of architecture. The Sancti Spiritus University is one of the gems of the civil architecture of the Basque Renaissance. Oñati is the largest area in Gipuzkoa. Made up of 16 neighborhoods, of which Arantzazu is the most popular, it is located 9 km from the urban area at the foot of the Aizkorri-Aratz Natural Park and where a Sanctuary consecrated to the virgin is placed. A virgin that is said a shepherd saw it in the 15th century over a hawthorn. Built in the 1950s on a precipice, the Sanctuary of Arantzazu is an impressive avant-garde art collection, as it counted on the participation of artists of international stature such as Eduardo Chillida, Jorge Oteiza, Nestor Basterretxea and Lucio Muñoz.
Start/opening time: Route - Schedule
San Sebastian: 8:30am, 10:30am, 12.30pm
Tolosa: 9:10am, 11:10am, 1:10pm, 3:40pm.
Ordizia: 9:30am, 11.30am, 1:30pm, 4pm.
Oñati: 10:15am, 12:15pm, 2:15pm, 4:45pm.
Ordizia: 1pm, 3pm, 5:30pm.
Tolosa: 1:20pm, 3:20pm, 5:50pm.
San Sebastian: 2pm, 4pm, 6:30pm.
Languages: Audio guide languages in English, Spanish and French.