Very nice building, with gardens just acroos the La Concha beach. There are benches where you can take a rest and watch the sea and the people that walks in the seaside. Don' t miss it if you happen to be in San Sebastian
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Miramar Palace layout between the La Concha and the Ondarreta beachs. Good to give a break and lay down on the grass , may be a little nap while having sun shine or watch the sea in lay down position. Understand the royal family had...More
The views were stunning, but we were a little disappointed as the place was closed and we could not even see all of the grounds due to filming. I would love to come back and have another look around when it is open at some...More
Commissioned by the Spanish Royal Family the palace was built in 1889 by the English architect Selden Wornum. It's located on the coast between the beach of La Concha & the beach of Ondarreta. It was a summer home for the Queen Isabella II. The...More
Part of a walking tour to visit this Palace. Great views from the surrounding area here. Nice piece of history.
A very neat place from a distance, when you get close you notice that the place needs some upkeep. Very interesting history.
The Miramar palace has a beautigul location overlooking the bay in San Sebastian and it's a gardens are a great place to have a picnic or simply spend some time looking at the sea.
It sits on a hill, overlooking the La Concha Bay. The views are breathtaking and it's nice to grab a coffee at the bar near the foot of the hill and sit at the edge of the palace, on the grass, to take in some...More
Although you can't go inside, the grounds around the Palace are beautiful and with a commanding view over the whole bay. Nice little shopping/eating neighborhood nearby. Not a lot of parking and a good walk from the city center. Better yet, rent a bike and...More