Alo Kayak, San Sebastian

Alo Kayak, San Sebastian - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Playa De Ondarreta, s/n, 20018 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, Spain

Phone: +34-646112747

Ticket Price: 7 EUR

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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About Alo Kayak, San Sebastian

This is a Kayak tour agency on the Ondarreta Beach. They provide sit- on top of kayak tours at hourly rates. This is one of the most thrilling ways in which you can explore the beauty of the scenery around. It is definitely the perfect place for paddlers but it is also exciting to come and learn paddling out here.

Alo Kayak Ticket Prices

Banakakoa Individual Single

  • 30 minutes- 6.50 Euros
  • 1 hour- 10 Euros
  • 1 hour 30 minutes- 14 Euros
  • 2 hours- 18 Euros
  • BONO 10 hours/ 10 ordukoBonoa- 65 Euros

Binakakoa Double Double

  • 30 minutes- 10.50 Euros
  • 1 hour- 16 Euros
  • 1 hour 30 minutes- 20 Euros
  • 2 hours- 25 Euros
  • BONO 10 hours/ 10 ordukoBonoa- 105 Euros

Hirukoa Triple Triple

  • 30 minutes- 15 Euro
  • 1 hour- 21 Euros
  • 1 hour 30 minutes- 26 Euros
  • 2 hours- 31 Euros

Stand up Paddle

  • 30 minutes- 6.50 Euros
  • 1 hour- 10 Euros
  • 1 hour 30 minutes- 15 Euros
  • 2 hours- 19 Euros
  • BONO 10 hours/ 10 ordukoBonoa- 65 Euros

Restaurants Near Alo Kayak

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Alo Kayak, San Sebastian Reviews - Write a Review

  • This rating is for the customer service. My friend and I were looking to take a trip to Santa Clara Island during our last day in San Sebastian. Our experience with the service at Alo Kayak was absurd. Comical to say the least. The two people working weren't rude. Just...not really interested in doing more than a bit less than the absolute minimum. When we walked up, they didn't greet us, but not totally unusual. We inquired about renting a kayak for two to take a drink on the island and hike around. All good. They told us the price. We paid. Then everything kind of fell apart. After paying, they motioned to the tented area where we could leave our stuff. I had my passport and other important documents that I didn't want behind so I told them I'd be bringing my bag. Then they tell us we can't bring bags because we have get into the water to tie the kayak to a rope and swim to the island a bit. Ok, well, would have been nice to know that beforehand. My friend and I discuss. Decide it's not possible. There's no way we'll get there swimming with our hands above our head to keep documents dry. And how can we walk around without shoes? Pay for a drink? So we say, no thanks. We can't separate from our personal items. Then they tell us after the fact that there's a storage locker on the beach. Ok, first of all, why didn't you tell us we had to get in the water? And secondly after we discussed that and stressed the importance of our documents, you wait to inform us there's a storage locker? Everything came after the fact. We walked in the direction of the storage locker and couldn't find it so eventually gave up. Had all the info been given up front, we could have walked back to the hostel, dropped our stuff off, and came back at this point. We didn't end up going. At least they gave us a full refund. Moral of the story: you won't get any voluntary information or assistance. My advice: Go on NOT your last day so you don't have to store your backpacks. Wear a swimsuit because you're getting at least waist-deep wet. Expect to stay in the kayak the whole time unless you can figure out a solution for bringing money and sneakers. Or, just take a boat and get dropped off.

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  • Good fun, paddle around the island in an hour

  • Great moments on the bay with kayaks. It's a great experience. Fully recommended.

  • Great experience! From Ondarreta beach, settled in La Concha bay, the pearl of the Cantabrian sea, set out by kayak and paddle to the Santa Clara island for a unique view of the shimmering scallop-shaped bay. Land in the small beach which only appears with low tide or in the little port and stroll along the paths to the inhabited lighthouse in the top and discover one of the city's best hidden spots.

  • Nice place!

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