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Saski-Naski, San Sebastián

24 Alameda del Boulevard
San Sebastián
Spain 20003
Tel: 34 943 422 891's insider take:

If you want to bring home something unique from the region, it's worth visiting San Sebastián's Saski-Naski. It sells locally handmade crafts ranging from gorgeous linens and textiles—some decorated with the lauburu (an ancient Basque symbol representing the sun)—to pottery and traditional berets known as txapelas. It's unlikely that your friends will say, "Oh, I already have one of those," when you present them with a kaiku, a wooden vessel used in Basque cheese-making.

Open Mondays through Saturdays.

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