Coliving in San Sebastian
We currently don't have any coliving spaces in San Sebastian
If you happen to have an amazing property next to the surf where people can stay and get their work done in San Sebastian, you can apply now to start hosting remote workers through Coworksurf.
Here are our coliving spaces closest to San Sebastian:
Coworking & Coliving by the Surf in Hossegor, France with Herve
Coworking & Coliving by the surf in Galicia, Spain with Ines and Julio
Coworking in San Sebastian
Looking for coworking spaces in San Sebastian? Here is an overview:
Working Remotely in San Sebastian
Close to the french boarder on the coast of northern Spain you find whats probably one of Europes most beautiful city, San Sebastian.
With its stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine, this is a great place to work remotely.
The food scene here is absolutely amazing. Delicious and affordable pintxo bars around every corner in the picturesque old town, as well Michelin-starred restaurants if you want to treat yourself.
For working, there is an array of everything from professional coworking spaces to cozy cafes. Once the workday is over, head on down to La Concha for some sunset vibes at one of Europe's most beautiful beaches.
If you time it right, you can also enjoy one of the many international events, such as the San Sebastián International Film Festival, the San Sebastián Jazz Festival, the Musical Fortnight, and the Horror Film Festival.
The only downside is that the weather can get quite rainy here, especially during the months of October to February.
Surfing in San Sebastian
The northern coast of Spain, including San Sebastian, is famous for its surfing. While there are spots that may work all year round, the main season is September to April.
In the town of San Sebastian, the most consistent spot is La Zurriola, a beach break with a-frame waves. Next to La Zurriola, you also have the popular Gros; the hip surf neighborhoods of San Sebastian.
There are also a few other surf spots in the town, however after La Zurriola the most popular is the beach of Zarauts. Located a 20-minute drive south of San Sebastian, this small surf town has a 2.5 km long beach stretch, with plenty of peaks for all skill levels.
Along the coast, you also have an array of spots both south of San Sebastian as well as on the other side of the French border, so a rental car is a great shout if you want to get the most out of your stay.
The easiest way to get to San Sebastian is to fly into the San Sebastian airport. If you find a better connection to Biarritz, you can also fly to this airport.
Besides flying, San Sebastian is served by the excellent Spanish railway system, so another option is to combine your trip with a weekend in Madrid and catch a train from there.