Come and be captivated by Navarre
Make a note of these suggestions, because Navarre offers endless options for making the most of a few days' holiday. Are you going to miss this opportunity?
Whatever your favourite sport, you can be sure that Navarre is the best place to enjoy it. Everything from hiking, cycling and paragliding to caving and cross-country skiing, and including all kinds of watersports. Just choose your favourite!
Tie a red handkerchief around your neck and come and enjoy all the thrills and spills, and the festive atmosphere that invades the streets of Pamplona both night and day. Between 6 and 14 July your only concern is to make sure you have a fantastic time.
Any native of Pamplona will tell you the streets of San Nicolás, Comedia and San Gregorio are ideal for indulging in the tradition of the 'chiquiteo': a circuit to be taken around the various bars and taverns with your friends to sample the 'pinchos' (miniature gourmet canapés) displayed the length of the bars.©
Patixi Uriz. Turismo de Navarra
Would you like to experience what it feels like to be a genuine mediaeval knight? We suggest four routes for discovering the fortress-squares, the walled compounds, the lookout towers and the castles built by mediaeval kings in this area.
Have you ever wanted to feed some sheep, milk cows, whisper to horses or make your own wine? This is an original way of spending a few days with a family in the heart of nature while you discover some surprising landscapes.©
Antonio Olza. Turismo de Navarra.
Spells, magic, potions, legends… Navarre is home to 'mysterious' towns and villages with traditions and curiosities dating back 400 years that are still alive today. Did you know that a thistle hung upside down over the door will frighten away evil spirits?©
Promoción e imagen de turismo de Navarra
If you're a golfing enthusiasts, you'll find excellent courses in the area around Pamplona where you can play. Don't leave without trying the delicious dishes in the restaurants at each course, such as the famous asparagus and lettuce hearts from Tudela.
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