The Parador de Hondarribia offers a buffet breakfast. It does not have a restaurant, but in its gastronomic space in the cafeteria you can enjoy a range of products with local identity and gastronomy, such as cheeses from Iparralde, anchovies from Guetaria and a selection of cakes and tarts made by hand in the Parador itself.
Charles V’s castle
The city of Hondarribia is a leading tourist attraction on the Cantabrian coast. The best way to explore is to stroll through its historic quarter from the Santa María Gate to the San Nicolás Gate, discovering its main street, its medieval layout and the rich heritage of churches, houses with balconies and the remains of its walls. It offers a wide range of leisure options, from the tranquillity of the beach to adventure on the mountains.
And if you are a golf lover, you can play golf on any of the two golf courses in the town. Nor should you miss Hondarribia’s cuisine, with its abundance of restaurants and pincho bars that more than match the rest of the province for quality.