Navarra is a land of traditions, of deep-rooted culture, and of experiences that, here, we can help you organize with a selection of accommodation where you will feel like you belong.
A neighbouring province with France, this region is in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. An area where both Spanish and Basque culture reside, and where one language is spoken more than he other.
We are talking about a place full of history, both real and less so; home to many legends of witchcraft and of the famous 'akelarres' that were celebrated in the cave of Zugarramurdi, located in the north, and also home to mountains such as the part of the Pyrenees that belongs to Navarra and, on the other hand, the plain where the you will find natural spots such as the Selva de Irati, the mountains that give way to the pilgrims who chose to follow the Francés stage of the pilgrimage of Camino de Santiago.
Pamplona, its capital, welcomes thousands of intrepid tourists who run down the famous Calle Estafeta during the running of the bulls in San Fermín, although places like Ochagavía, in Valle de Salazar, the impressive castle of Olite or Tudela, famous for its gastronomy, will also offer you an unforgettable experience.
One of the most important natural spaces here is the Selva de Irati, a huge land extension of pure nature where you can walk around and discover some of its hidden, magical spots. Are you ready to do rural tourism in Navarra?
Try the local cuisine if you're thinking about joining the world-renown San Fermines, but get to know also the kind and amiable people from Navarra. This is, without question, a region where you can spend a few days steeping yourself in the local flavours, landscapes, and culture.