Official Website of Donostia San Sebastián Turismoa. Information on accessibility for tourists visiting the city.


Ondarreta beach is in the westernmost part of the city, sheltered by Mount Igeldo and at the foot of Miramar Palace, in the middle of La Concha bay. It is the least well-known of the city's three beaches, making it ideal for families and children. It has a children's playground right on the sand, 2 beach bars, canoe rental services, public toilets, changing rooms, drinking fountains, lifeguard and monitoring service, parasol and shade rentals, sports facilities, etc.

In the summer season, a platform is erected in the bay with slides and diving boards for everyone to enjoy.

General information

Playa de Ondarreta S/N. San Sebastián Gipuzkoa.

More information

+34 943 481 166 / +34 607 187 462

Free entry.
Access to shower and public changing booths: €1.60

Opening hours

  • June and September: from 9:00 to 20:00
  • July and August: from 9:00 to 20:30
  • April, May and October: from 10:00 to 18:00
  • Rest of the year: from 10:00 to 17:00
Playa de Ondarreta
Playa de la Concha
Ondarreta beach

See complete tourist information about Ondarreta beach

Accessibility information

Services and facilities

  • WC: 11 (1 adapted).
  • Urinals: 4
  • Showers: 32 (hot water) + 1 for people with reduced mobility.
  • Lockers: 214
  • A towel rental service is available at the showers.
  • It has a first aid kit.
  • The beach has a lifeguard service during the bathing season from 1 June to 30 September.


  • It can be reached by adapted public transport.
  • The 5, 16, 25, 27, 33, 40, 43 and 45 services from the urban bus network operated by Dbus have stops close to the beach.
  • The nearest bus stop is "Zumalakarregi 8”, 70 m from the beach.
  • The route between the bus stops and the beach is barrier-free.
  • Information on services and schedules:
  • Or in Dbus app.

Parking spaces for people with reduced mobility

  • There are on-street spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility near the beach.
  • European Blue Parking Badge holders can park free of charge for 24 hours at a time in on-street spaces marked as PRM.
  • They can also park in any OTA zone at tariff 2.
  • For more information about on-street PRM spaces and the blue badge, see the On-street parking for PMR fact sheet.


  • The beach has access ramps.

Adapted toilets

  • There are adapted toilets and showers.

Getting around

In summer there is a walkway that allows people with reduced mobility to access part of the beach.

Please note! The walkway does not go all the way to the shore.

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs (guide, signal, medical alert, autism, service dogs for people with reduced mobility, etc.) are admitted free of charge, in accordance with Law 10/2007, of 29 June, on Assistance Dogs for the Care of People with Disabilities.

Available at:

Physical accessibility

  • Toilets, booths and adapted showers.
  • Parking spaces for PRM in the vicinity.
  • Barrier-free access.

Please note! The beach itself is partially accessible.

Visual accessibility

  • Important announcements by PA

Hearing accessibility

  • No magnetic induction loop at the lifeguard station.
  • There are also no instructions or information in sign language.