Located near San Sebastian in Spain, the Miramar Palace is a 19th century home that was commissioned by the Spanish Royal family.
The house and gardens cover around 34,000 square meters; if they appear more English looking than Spanish, the palace was designed by an Englishman. Many interior areas are unchanged since it was built, including the library, Royal dining hall and music hall.
The house also boasts its own stables and coach house and regularly hosts concerts by the University of the Basque Country, which is based in the building. Guided tours are offered, and the grounds offer great views over La Concha Bay.Places nearby:
Le Rocher de la Vierge (the Virgin's Rock) The site of the Holy Virgin of the sailors 39 km / 24 mi
Ciudadela de Pamplona: Pamplona's Iconic Defensive Star 62 km / 38 mi
La Ribera Market of Bilbao The largest indoor market in Europe 75 km / 46 mi
Guggenheim Museum: Bilbao’s Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art 75 km / 47 mi
Azkuna Zentroa Cultural Center: The most iconic building in Bilbao 76 km / 47 mi