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About San Sebastian

You will be able to find a coworking space in San Sebastian sitting in the Basque region of Spain with very little ease, as there are many dotted around this charming small village like city. It will only take you about 20 minutes to stroll through the heart of the city so remember to have your walking boots in your backpack.

A hub lifestyle nomads with laptops in tow also the local professional who doesn't wish to expend capital on setting up their own independent offices, San Sebastian is right on the ocean front. Blessed with mild winters and hot sweaty summers, it is for those into having a splash in the ocean during a lunch break.

After work drinks can be had in one of the many "pintxo" bars where nibbles are free with your beverages and views over the curbed bay with its bobbing fishing boats in the Cantabrian Sea can be gawked at from Monte Urgull, locally referred to as "Jesus Mountain". Neighboring hills spill out their farmers laden with produce to sell in a different square each Saturday - think everything from vegetables and herbs to bread and yoghurt.

The city where Ernest Hemingway spent his vacations obviously oozes inspiration and creativity with a nod to the quirky. Classic and classy, you can indulge in the local dish of "kokotxas pil-pil" - cod jowls slowly cooked in olive oil and garlic then wash it down with San Sebastian's signature drink, a gin and tonic. Even the funky hole-in-the-wall cafes will have a good selection of gin to choose from for the fussy drinker. The locals will blabber away in the local dialect of "Euskera" - absolutely not related to Spanish at all, so you may have a few "lost in translation" moments.

One for the surfers chasing barreling waves who don't need to spend their lunch breaks stuffing food into their mouths, San Sebastian will have you lingering long after you planned to leave.