Laguardia, a historic 13th century walled village that is in the heart of the region. Within the caves underneath the walled hill town is the resting spot of the terrific Bodega El Fabulista wines. We took an informative tour of the caves and did a tasting in a great spot in the caves. See below. The Bodega does their mashing the traditional method, by stomping the grapes. Don't look for the wine in your local liquor store, unless you live in La Rioja of course.
Viura, which is an ultra-modern located in an old village near Laguardia. We choose to eat at the restaurant, with pretty good food and amazing wine that was only like $15 for a bottle of amazing wine.
We had a quick lunch and then headed over to one of the most beautiful beaches along the coastline. We were without question the only non-locals as it is hard to get to. You can see how unspoiled it is.
All in all, San Sebastian is a great destination, with great food, wine, beaches, history and a laid back untouristy vibe.