Extended weekend in Navarre

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Most of Navarre can be covered in a long weekend or even a short week. This route will take you from the dynamic Navarrese capital to the mythical Palace of Olite, following the Royal Route and its unique wines, but also the main stages of the Way of Compostela and the vast desert of the Bardenas.

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Encierro at the Sanfermines of Pamplona. <p>Romanesque bridge in Puente la Reina.</p>

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Steps

  • Pamplona
  • Tudela
  • Yesa
  • Sangüesa Zangoza
  • Puente la Reina - Gares
  • Estella-Lizarra
  • Doneztebe - Santesteban
  • Lumbier
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Details of the stay: Extended weekend in Navarre - 5 days

Day 1 : Pamplona

If you visit the country at the beginning of July, don't miss San Fermín, an emblematic celebration in Pamplona. On this occasion, participating in the Navarrese way of life becomes an unforgettable experience that requires a good day's rest. The city of Pamplona also has many parks and gardens, medieval walls and churches.

Day 2 : Olite Palace and Reales Reales

You will visit a legendary palace before venturing into the vastness of the Reales desert, where there were many spaghetti death. Landscapes that we thought could only be very far from our old Europe. Sleep in the beautiful city of Tudela.

Day 3 : Road to wine

The Wine Route, known as the "Royal Route", crosses a region marked by fortifications, castles, towers and palaces, hence its name. This journey will take you from eastern Navarre to Western Navarra and leave you on the path to the Basque province of Guipuzcoa.

Day 4 : Greenways of the Bidasoa

A day of cycling, hiking or, why not, horseback riding. This track is part of the dense Spanish network of railway lines rehabilitated into greenways. This one will make you discover the Spanish Pyrenees-Atlantic, with its woods, rivers and meadows in the Natural Park of Señorío de Bertiz.

Day 5 : Navarre stops on the Way of Santiago de Compostela

A great classic, always very enriching, especially since it is in Navarre, at the wonderful Puente la Reina, that two pilgrimage routes meet, the French and Aragonese routes, punctuated by charming stops: Yesa and the monastery of Leyre, the pits of Lumbier, Sangüesa, Estella..

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