In the old quarter of Santesteban you may visit the parish church of San Pedro, built in the second half of the 16th century, and the town hall, which contains architectural features that are typical of the stately homes of Baztan and Bidasoa (18th-19th centuries). Doneztebe - Santesteban
Just metres away from Hostal Santamaría is the Behar-Zana pelota court which, apart from being used to practise the sports typical of all such courts like pelota and pala, also plays host to Laxoa regional championship matches.Laxoa is only played in this area. World of the ball.
About 200 metres further on is the Bidasoa Vía Verde (former railway line), along which the old train used to run from Elizondo to Irún beside the Bdasoa river. The line has now been remodelled and many people use it for walking or cycling. Greenway of the Bidasoa
A little further away, the splendid valleys, villages and natural corners may be visited: the Baztan valley with its beautiful towns and villages, the caves of Zugarramurdi, the Leurtza reservoirs, the wild mushroom route in Elgorriaga, the natural park of Señorío de Bertiz...Baztan Bidasoa
If you want to enjoy the coast, towns such as San Sebastián and Hondarribia may be visited a little over half an hour away on the coast of Gipuzkoa, or Hendaia and Sant-Jean-de-Luz on the French coast. These places have fine beaches for you to enjoy. Tourism Euskadi