Recently restored, this is situated in the old part of town, and has an eye-catching facade. If we stand in the doorway facing the main street, we can see the cathedral in the background. Above the door, there is a little niche with a sculpture of St. Sebastian (patron of the city), depicted as he usually is, pierced by arrows. The image of the saint can also be found inside, in a painting by Boccia on the altar.
This is one of the secret hidden corners of the city of San Sebastian, a small shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes. To get there, we headed towards the old Ondaretta beach - but not to the funicular. If I remember correctly, you should follow the signs towards the Hotel Avenida. The best place to park is at Rekondo Restaurant, next to the hotel, and you'll find a small paved road that will lead you to the grotto in just a couple of minutes. The sign at the entrance asks you not to spread the ashes of the deceased here. During the month of February, they perform various services and masses here.