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


Mount Igueldo stands at the end of La Concha bay, marking the boundary between the sea and the city. If offers an unparalleled environment for everything from a quiet stroll to enjoy the best views of the city, to a day of non-stop fun at the amusement park.

From the summit you can see the whole city as well as part of the Gipuzkoa coast and the broad expanse of the Cantabrian Sea. You can enjoy the tranquillity of the bay and the power of the waves crashing against the cliffs. But this location also has a secret: its Amusement Park which has lost none of its "Belle Epoque" essence.

General information

Paseo de Igueldo 183. San Sebastián 20008 Gipuzkoa

+34 943 213 525

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Parque de Atracciones Monte Igueldo
Mount Igueldo Amusement Park
Mount Igueldo Amusement Park

See complete tourist information about Mount Igueldo Amusement Park

Accessibility information


  • It can be reached by adapted public transport with Line 16 of the Dbus city bus network.
  • Information on services and schedules:
  • Or in Dbus app.
  • The stop is 1 km away from the attraction.

Please note! The route between the stop and the entrance to the park is not accessible to wheelchair users.

  • It can be accessed by private car.
  • It can also be reached by a funicular railway.

Please note! The funicular is not accessible to wheelchair users and there are many steps at both the departure and arrival stations.

Parking spaces for PRM

  • The park has its own car park.
  • There are two spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility.


  • You can enter the park either from the car park or the funicular railway. The entrance from the car park is accessible.

Please note! The funicular is not accessible to wheelchair users.

Getting around

  • The inside is accessible to wheelchair users.

Please note! There are no accessible attractions.

Please note! There are stairs in the gazebo area but ramps are available.

Adapted toilets

  • There is an adapted toilet next to the café.

Please note! Ask for the key at the carousel in the middle of the park.

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.