The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route runs right along the village's main street.
Pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela pass through this medieval village, just 11 kilometres from Logroño. The pilgrimage route runs right along the village's main street. The old part of the village has the Cultural Property designation on account of its historic value. Navarrete became more important form the 12th century. Houses and palaces with coats of arms bear witness to its glorious past. It is interesting to note the cross of Santiago and other related symbols amongst the different ornamental motifs of the village. You should stop to visit Asunción Church (16th century) with its three naves, home to a valuable 17th century Baroque altarpiece.