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Among the highlights are paintings by El Greco, Alonso Cano, Rubens, Depièce, Morán, Ribera, and Coello.
Near the Plaza de la Constitución is the Pescadería (Fish Market) and the 16th-century Iglesia de San Vicente.
This Gothic church is San Sebastian's oldest church and has a richly carved dating to 1584.
On the Bahía de la Concha, the Playa de Ondarreta borders Monte Igueldo and the grounds of the Palacio de Miramar.
This fine sandy beach is a great place for sunbathing, strolling, and playing beach volleyball, or for taking a stroll along the promenade.