Individual ticket

From: 5,00

Individual visitors to Sagardoetxea can go on a self-guided tour of the apple orchard museum and the interpretation centre, although we always recommend the guided tour. You have a better experience of the contents of the museum, as well as the details and curiosities that await you in the world of cider.


  • Adults: 5€ (includes guided tour and tasting)
  • Children (ages 0-9 accompanied by an adult): Free
  • Children (ages 10-17:) 3€

Sagardoetxea’s guided tour

Activities included in the experience

  • Tour of the apple orchard, where the culture of the apple can be appreciated in a dynamic and educational way.
  • Tour of the museum, where you learn about the past, present, and future of the apple and cider, and the entire cider-making process.
  • Cider, apple wort, and a liqueur tasting. The initiation to the “txotx” is done for everyone who wants to learn the ritual and secrets that accompany cider consumption before going to a cider house: how to hold the glass, inclination to get a good foam or “txinparta”, visualization of the tone, meaning of the different colours, and distinction of the aromas.


  • Closed Mondays (except on July and August).
  • Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00a.m.-1:30p.m. and 4:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
  • Sundays and holidays: 11:00a.m.-1:30p.m.


  • 1 hour

When can I go?

  • Throughout the year

Who is it for?

  • Individuals, families, and couples


  • Spanish, Basque, French, and English (with prior reservation)

Meeting point

  • Sagardoetxea – Basque Cider Museum (Kale Nagusia, 48 – Astigarraga)
  • GPS coordinates: 43.281204, -1.946554

How to get there

  • By car: park in the centre of Astigarraga (Kale Nagusia) and in the industrial park (Donostia ibilbidea) Estimated time from parking: 5-10 min.
  • By bus line: From Donostia-San Sebastian (Okendo kalea) and from Hernani (Txirrita kalea): Lines BU 12 and BU13. See schedules. Estimated time from stop: 5 min.

The best

  • Learn about the roots and culture of Basque cider in a interactive way.
  • Visit an educational area, in contact with nature.
  • Learn the secrets that accompany the cider tasting with a “txotx”.

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