Where to Stay in Orio

Guide to sleep in Orio

On the right bank of the river of the same name, we come upon Orio, a residential seaside town where you can see the Church of San Nicolás and the Shrine of San Martín, both of which are well worth a visit. The color yellow is everywhere in this town. This is the color of Orio’s trainera (a type of boat), which is the most famous one on the Cantabrian Sea. One of Orio’s main attractions is the beach and the town’s proximity to Pagoeta Natural Park. If you plan on sleeping in Orio, we’ll tell you about the best places to stay.

Iglesia de San Nicolás de Bari de Orio
Vista de la Iglesia de San Nicolás de Bari
Vista del río Oria en Orio
Río Oria

Our first suggestion for sleeping in Orio is Hotel Txanka Erreka, which has 11 rooms. The hotel was built on the ruins of an old watermill and is very close to Zarautz and San Sebastián. The facilities are handicap accessible, and if you’re traveling with an infant you can request a crib for your room.

Another option is to stay at the Orio Apartments, located in the center of town, five minutes from the beach by foot. The apartments have modern décor with a black and white color scheme. Their great location makes for some incredible views. They have a private parking lot, and the friendly service is the best part of staying here.

The casa rural Segotegi Etxea is an ideal place for relaxation. Located next to the hills and the beach in the Santio Erreka neighborhood on the outskirts of Orio, it has handball facilities and an area set up for outdoor activities, and they also offer sports equipment and bicycle rentals.

Dónde dormir en Orio
Hotel Txanka Erreka
Dónde dormir en Orio
Orio Apartments

On the outskirts of Orio, a bit far from the town’s historical quarter, you can stay in the casa rural Igeldo. With all the necessities and utilities, it’s comparable to any other casa rural you can find, but what’s unique about Igeldo is that it is found in a natural environment near large cities like San Sebastián.

Dónde dormir en Orio

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