Basílica de Santa María del Coro
Church in San Sebastián
Basílica de Santa María del Coro or Basilica of Saint Mary of the Chorus is a 18th-century church in San Sebastián, Spain. It is located to the south of Monte Urgull, in the heart of the old part of town.
The church which dates from 1750 was built on the site of an old Roman church. The church has a rectangular plan, with semicircular apse, and secondary buildings. It has a Baroque facade which features a blend of Gothic, Churrigueresque, and Neo-classical elements. The main body of the church has a neo-Gothic vaulting and an altarpiece dedicated to the patron saint of San Sebastián, Our Lady of the Choir.
Visiting Basílica de Santa María del Coro
From 10:15am to 1:15pm and from 4:45pm to 7:45pm.