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Autonomous Community of Navarre
Here are some great reasons for discovering Navarre: Land of traditions, great food, the four seasons, festival atmosphere, historical routes, etc.
Land of traditions
Popular processions, pilgrimages such as the Javierada, Rafters Day, witches covens, and the Festival of San Fermin are the main traditions found in Navarre.
What to visit
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Places not to be missed
Other ideas for your trip
A stroll through the heart of Pamplona
There are certain places that just beg to be explored at your own pace, and the old quarter of Pamplona is one of them.…Read more
A route through Spain's medieval towns and cities
Here we suggest a route in Spain which is original and unconventional, but very interesting and attractive, and which covers our medieval towns and cities.…Read more
The wines of Navarra: tour the region’s vineyards and wineries
Wine has been linked to the Navarraregion since Roman times. During the Middle Ages, various religious orders promoted the cultivation of the grape all along…Read more
The Pyrenees, nature at its peak
The Pyrenees extend for more than 400 kilometres between Navarre, Aragon and Catalonia.…Read more
Navarre is at its finest in autumn
Any time is a good time to visit Navarre, but it’s at its most glorious in the autumn The landscapes are tinged with intense shades of ochre, orange and red and…Read more
Autumn in nature
Finding truly natural autumn landscapes in Spain is easy. Perhaps the only difficulty is choosing from the idyllic spots that are spread across the country.…Read more
Things to do in Navarra: hiking in the Irati Forest
Exploring the Irati Forest means immersing yourself in the second largest beech and fir forest in the whole of Europe, and one of the best conserved.…Read more