Livensa Living Residence

We offer an innovative concept of accommodation. This is Livensa Living San Sebastian, the best place to feel at home... but better! It is located in the Ibaeta neighbourhood, next to the Zuatzu business park, the university area and a stone's throw from Tolosa Avenue, which leads to Ondarreta beach.

In addition to accommodation, the price includes full board: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The first service will be dinner on Sunday 3 July and the last service will be breakfast on Saturday 9 July. Breakfasts will be served in the residence and lunches and dinners will be served in the tournament dining room located in the Anoeta Sports Complex, next to the Fan Zone..

Donosti Cup

The Donosti Cup is an international junior football tournament that takes place in July in San Sebastian. Its aim is to instil in young people the values of sport with a view to creating a fairer society. More than 600 teams from 27 different countries usually take part in this prestigious tournament, which has already celebrated its 30th anniversary since its first edition.

San Sebastián and county

Donostia / San Sebastián is a medium-sized cosmopolitan city (186,700 inhabitants). It stands out for its gastronomy, award-winning urban beaches and buildings inspired by Parisian architecture. The city is ready to receive demanding visitors who want a bit of everything: quality services, unique spaces, unique experiences and a complete socio-cultural offer. Situated on the coast of the Cantabrian Sea and surrounded by green mountains, San Sebastián is a friendly city that conquers all the senses.

Gipuzkoa is a different territory, small but intense, where you can share authentic experiences for all senses, all ages and all year round. Green and blue, proud of a history that preserves the oldest language in Europe and creator of avant-garde, Gipuzkoa offers a singular and cosmopolitan territory with places like Zarauz or Hondarribia, the Unesco Geopark of the Basque Coast, the Chillida-Leku and Balenciaga museums, the Loiola and Arantzazu sanctuaries, the Aralar natural park or the txotx ritual.