Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car San Sebastian page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
San Sebastian is a city on the Bay of Biscay, surrounded by hills, in the heart of the Spanish Basque Country. It is one of the most popular tourist spots in the whole of Spain, with a large influx of visitors for its annual film, jazz and other festivals. San Sebastian is home to over three-quarters of a million people, and in addition to being a popular holiday resort with surfers and sightseers alike, plays hosts to four universities. San Sebastian has an oceanic climate, with warm summers and cool winters; overclouding is a fairly frequent occurrence in the area, which experiences moderate rainfall. The city has two railway stations; RENFE covering both local and national, and Euskotren, covering local routes, although passengers are advised to check travel times, which can be lengthy in relation to the distance travelled. For those interested in the local gastronomy and willing to spend money, San Sebastian has a number of Michelin-starred restaurants. Enterprise Rent-A-Car has an outlet in San Sebastian.
Whatever your preference of hire car, Enterprise will meet your requirements. The Basque Country is a great place to explore, with many traditional towns and villages dotted around. If you are travelling as a couple, a fuel-efficient hatchback should suit your purpose nicely. If you are planning some longer drives along Spain's motorway routes, Enterprise's selection of cars provide comfort and the additional engine power you need for longer drives. Alternatively, you may be part of a group that wants to travel together, in which case a people carrier is the best way to get your party to their destination.
You will always get a great deal with Enterprise. Providing customers with a hire vehicle of their choice at a highly competitive price is one of the secrets of securing repeat custom, besides which, Enterprise agents love to see people driving away happy. Research the vehicles available and book online. Paying for your car or van at the time you book ensures you get the best price available, and it is always backed by first-class service. Enterprise take good care of their fleet with regular maintenance checks and valeting.
The airport serving San Sebastian is 12 miles from the city centre, near the town of Hondarriba. It is a small airport, limited in terms of food outlets and shops. A couple of operators fly to Madrid and Barcelona, and London and Luton are added to the destinations served during the summer months. Picking your pre-booked hire car up at the airport means that you can set off to your destination in no time; no need to be struggling with heavy luggage on public transport. Enterprise has a branch at San Sebastian Airport.
The opportunity to walk out of the city centre and on to a beach is a big draw for many of the visitors to San Sebastian. La Concha, to the west of the city, is the largest and most popular beach with bathers and swimmers. Lifeguards operate in the area and there are shower facilities. Any visitor's itinerary should include the Old Town, where they will find the 18th-century Basilica of St Mary of the Chorus, which has a very good example of a Romanesque altarpiece, a fine Baroque facade and outstanding stained glass work. The Old Town is full of bars and cafes, and is a great place to sample Pinxtos, the Basque version of tapas.
Biarritz in France is only a short drive of 30 miles across the border from San Sebastian. Visit the Asian Museum, displaying artefacts from China and the Indian sub-continent. For chocoholics, there is a museum dedicated to the confectionery. Biarritz is popular with surfers and its annual festival attracts participants from all over the world. Bilbao is a 60-mile drive from San Sebastian, and affords a chance to see the Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Ghery, and perhaps visit the Gothic Cathedral of St James, a calling point for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela.
San Sebastian is served by the AP-8 from Bilbao and the A-1 to Irun, France, or the south. Visitors wishing to head for Concha beach and avoid the city centre should leave the AP8 at the first junction. The drive into the heart of the city is along the Paseo del Arbol de Guernica. There is very little parking in the Old Town, so as far as parking goes, it is best avoided. There is limited street parking in the centre, but this is time-restricted and metered. Many of the long-stay car parks are subterranean and can be difficult to locate without a reliable map. Drivers can expect to pay up to two euros an hour.