San Sabastian is a town on the North West coast of Spain and it could rival any place in the World for beach, food and culture . We stayed right in the middle of the old town, which is surrounded by tapas bars, restaurants and uber culture.
It really is one of the most amazing places on earth and just sucks you into eating, drinking and being merry. We were unfortunately only there for four nights, but the lazy beach days, kids carousel/play parks and the warm chocolate croissants in the morning are something to behold. Not to mention lazing about at the local square, eating tapas and drinking chilled cava and cerveza!
If there is one thing that Spain has, it’s a great modern culture. The streets are filled with art and sculptures. It’s been a dream for both of us to visit the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, which is a work of art in itself. Kai and Kerala have become quite the art experts in their travels and we managed to spend a few hours viewing the various exhibitions, with out breaking anything!
Spain is quite easily the most kid friendly country we’ve visited along our travels. The government seems to have made it a priority to build educational parks, play centres and anything that can help adults out with their kids. We’ve just added a few more great memories to our Spain travels, which will keep us coming back year after year!