|Playa de la Concha, San Sebastián
(the end near the old town – it's actually much longer)
Lunch afterwards was an all seafood affair in a cheap-and-cheerful bar near the town hall: mussels in a vinaigrette, followed by squid with peppers, washed down with a couple of cañas. That was actually my second lunch as I'd had a huge mixed salad before my swim, accompanied by a large slice of tortilla and two glasses of white wine. No dinner tonight!
Tomorrow I head for Zaragoza where the temperature is expected to be in the mid-30s. I'm slowly building up to the inferno of Andalucia in a few weeks' time.