The site of the Campo de Miramar Royal Residence on the so-called "Pico del Loro" (or parrot’s beak), marks the centre of the bay and the starting point for a major part of the urban development of San Sebastián.
Due to its location, the Miramar complex, made up of a palace and adjoining park, as well as a number of buildings, gardens and outhouses, has become the aesthetic focal point on which the artistic and historical development of the city has turned.
C/ José Matía. Barrio del Antiguo.
19th century Eclecticism