The Palacio de Miramar stop is right next to the Casa Real de Campo, built by request of the regent queen María Cristina, mother of Alfonso XIII, as a holiday destination for the Royal Family at the end of the 19th century.
The palace, of noticeable English style, has excellent views of the Bahía de la Concha and the Isla de Santa Clara. Today, both the palace and its gardens are property of the Town Hall and are open to the public.
It is also common for parties and events to be held in its noble areas and gardens, as occurs during the San Sebastián Film Festival.
Although different rooms have been adapted to current use, you can still admire the original composition: the White Room, the Music Room, the Wooden Room, the Library or the Royal Dining Room.
If you get off the sightseeing bus at the Palacio de Miramar stop, you can visit many other nearby places, such as the Antiguo neighborhood, the Peine del Viento de Chillida or Ondarreta beach.