If you are coming to Navaluenga, you must know that this is the place in the province of Navarra with most bars, which means that finding a place to have a drink and try its gastronomy will be very easy .
Apart from the bars, this place is also known for its natural pools where you can a refreshing tip yourself in any of them during summer, when it welcomes more visitors.
Nevertheless, you mustn't forget either to check out some other the nearby towns and villages, so that you can truly get to know each of its hidden places.
If you want to see what Navaluenga can offer, we suggest two different routes, one of them aimed at the historical heritage of this region which will unveil to you the most emblematic monuments in this area.
One of the most relevant of them is the church of Nuestra Señora de los Villares, built between the 13th and 14th century. The Romanesque bridge from the 16th century is another important sight, as well as the Necropolis, from the 9th century.
For nature lovers, you will also find here many other places to discover, such as Sierra del Valle, and Garganta de Peñaltar, located at 1,000 meters high and is a true beauty to behold.
The natural swimming pools that we mentioned before are, as we were saying, one of the highlights of this province. Very popular during summer and fit for everyone who wants to swim in them, you can also do water and adventure sports, such as kayaking, in here thanks to their very wide surface.
Navaluenga's climate is considered a local steppe and, although it is not very rainy, it is during spring when rain records reach their highest levels. July, on the other hand, is the driest month of the year, as well as the hottest one.
On the other hand, ad for colder weather, January is the coldest month on their calendar, reaching temperatures slightly under 4ºC.
The gastronomy of Navaluenga is characterised by the great variety of products this region can offer, and which result in the local, typical cuisine of Castilla.
Here there is a long tradition of elaborating meat products, such as 'chuletón', one of the most demanded dishes.
Also, very appropriate for the colder months, 'sopa de ajo y rucio', and 'fréjoles con morcillón' are a very good option.
As a tapa, you cannot forget to try 'patatas revolconas', and complete them with some 'torreznos'. And to add some tradition to the menu, wine is a great option, since there are here many vineyard extensions in this area, which have the 'garnacha' grape variety as their raw material.
To wrap it up, we recommend you consider the way you are travelling to Navaluenga, since there are many ways and transport connections to come to this his place.
Both if you are travelling by car, or by bus, you will see there are many ways to come to this unique place.