Flights to San Sebastian (EAS)
The start of every fantastic journey starts with the logistics, the essentials, and, obviously, the best airline deal. When you're traveling to San Sebastian, the glorious beachfront town in Basque country, there are more than a few things to be excited about, chief among them mention world-class beaches and pintxo bar hopping.
When to visit San Sebastian
The best time to visit San Sebastian is between May and July, when the temperatures are the most ideal (between 60-70) and rain is seldom. August and September mean a slew of cultural events, including the longest-running classical music festival in Europe. October means the tail end of comfortable-temperature season, far fewer tourists than summer--and the heaviest rainfall all year.
Finding the cheapest route to San Sebastian
The journey can't begin until you book your flight--so here's how you find the cheapest flights on the best dates, for the best trip ever to San Sebastian. This flight search tool allows you to do just that, from scoping out the cheapest dates to fly and seeing exactly what those ticket prices will look like in certain times of the year. The cheapest season to book is November through March, when temperatures dip. When prices to San Sebastian dip to the lower end, they can fall as low as $545.
About the San Sebastian Airport (EAS)
The Phu Quoc International Airport (PQC) replaced the prior airport in the area, Phu Quoc, in December 2012. The new airport is about 6.2 miles from the site of the original airport. Designed to solve the problem of increased passenger flow, the new airport was specially built to handle the booming tourism that goes in and out of Phu Quoc International Airport (PQC).
What to do in San Sebastian
This land of stunning beaches will provide numerous opportunities to soak up the special beauty that Basque country has to offer. San Sebastian has a long list of attractions to make your trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience, like La Concha Beach for sunbathing, Zurriola Beach for surfing, pintxo barhopping in Parte Vieja, and marine animal viewing at the San Sebastian Aquarium. For those seeking extra thrills, Monte Igueldo at the western end of La Concha Bay has an amusement park complete with rollercoasters.