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Reception in Pamplona and transfer to the hotel. Accommodation. Food for free. In the afternoon, walk through the historic center of Pamplona. Dinner at Gastronomic Society with explanation of the program. This dinner will be paid for by everyone, as is the local custom.

Day 2. PAMPLONA: Mº Suso and Yuso, Najera and Laguardia

Breakfast and departure to learn about the history of the Kingdom of Pamplona, embryo of the Kingdom of Navarra, through the territories that today occupy the Basque Autonomous Community, La Rioja and Navarra. Our route will be the Camino de Santiago surrounded by vineyards. First of all, we will enter La Rioja, visiting the Monasteries of Suso and Yuso, where we will see the first writings in the Castilian and Basque languages. Later in Nájera we will visit the pantheon of the kings of Pamplona, in the Monastery of Santa María La Real. Lunch. We will continue to Laguardia, in the Basque Autonomous Community, an old defensive castle built on the borders of the Kingdom of Navarre in the 10th century. Return to Pamplona and accommodation.

Day 3. PAMPLONA: Urbasa-Andia Natural Park and Camino Santiago

Breakfast and departure through the Pamplona Basin to make a brief stop at Etxauri. Continuation through Salinas de Oro. Navarre town of “Tierra Estella”, nestled in the foothills of the Urbasa y Andía Natural Park, is one of the few spring salt productions that remain active. We will continue to the Monastery of Santa María de Irantzu, hidden in the green valley of Yerri, in a secluded area between mountains, a grandiose Cistercian abbey built between the 12th and 14th centuries. After your visit we will continue our trip to Estella. Visit and lunch.

Although some archaeological remains have been found in its area that take us back to the Bronze Age, Estella-Lizarra dates its birth to the year 1090, when King Sancho Ramírez granted it its Fuero, that is, a series of regulations in which It tried to privilege the settlement of settlers, of French origin, that would allow the economic diversification of the kingdom and take advantage of the importance that the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela was reaching at this time.

In the afternoon we will visit Puente la Reina, "crossroads", a medieval town where the two main roads of the Camino de Santiago merge, it is one of the enclaves with the greatest Compostela meaning located in Navarra. We will approach Santa María de Eunate. Octagonal building dedicated to Santa María that was built during the reign of Sancho el Sabio, in the second half of the 12th century, around 1170, although there are those who extend it a little longer, around 1210. According to the existing documentation, the mentor and the architect of this beautiful work was a queen, to whom they attribute the name of Doña Sancha. On the way back to Pamplona, we will pass through Obanos, which in the 13th century was erected as a standard in the fight against the abuse of certain Navarrese nobles, since it was the headquarters of the Junta de los Infanzones.

Day 4. PAMPLONA – Olite Palace and Cerco de Artajona – CITY OF ORIGIN

Breakfast and midday departure to first visit Olite and its Palace. The Royal Palace of Olite is proof of the courtly splendor that the city of Olite experienced during the Middle Ages, a historic town located in the Middle Zone of Navarra, 42 kilometers south of Pamplona. Declared a National Monument in 1925, it occupies a third of the medieval town center and is considered one of the most interesting Gothic civil ensembles in Europe.

We will continue our visit in the Cerco de Artajona, where one of the most important fortifications of Medieval Navarra is located in its highest part. The Cerco de Artajona is a walled enclosure with an irregular perimeter that dates back to the 11th century and is made up of 14 battlemented towers, nine of which remain standing. Return to Pamplona at noon and transfer to the Airport, Train or Bus Station.

Thursday from January 15, 2021 to March 31, 2022 (see Easter, Christmas and Bridges).


hotel category

In double room

Single Room Apartment

Tourist Hotels 3*



Hotels First 4*




High Season Period from July 1 to October 31:
In Tourist Hotels: €30/pers
In First Hotels: €40/pers


- Departures from 2 pers.

- Arrival and departure shuttles.

- Transportation throughout the program. According to group in van/minibuses or luxury coaches.

- Accommodation in Double rooms.

- 3* and 4* category hotels depending on the option chosen.

- Half Board (except dinner Day 1), breakfast at the hotel and lunch at local restaurants.

- Entrance and visit to the Monasteries of Suso and Yuso.

- Entrance and visit to the Monastery of Santa María La Real in Nájera.

- All the visits mentioned in the program.

- Accompanying Guide. In the case of groups of less than 15 people, it will be a driver-guide. In some cases we can count on local guides and Spanish-speaking driver-companion.

- Informative material about the trip.

- Telephone assistance 24 hours



- Dinner on Thursday D1 that will be paid for by everyone.

- Travel Assistance and Cancellation Insurance.

- Tips or porters.

- All expenses of a personal nature such as drinks, tips, laundry, phone calls, etc…

- Any other expense not specified in the program and not mentioned as included.


- Guaranteed departures from 2 adults.

- In the event that a place to visit is closed for any reason, an alternative plan will be made if possible. No refund will be made at any time.

- Sustainable vehicles, respectful with the environment and ecological driving. They comply with the European Euro 6 anti-pollution regulation.

- The guide will enforce health protocols at all times. In case of non-compliance by any participant, by decision of the guide he will leave the group and will not be entitled to any refund.

- The visits may be modified, both in content and in form, due to changes in the entities to be visited, due to weather conditions, for reasons beyond our control or programming readjustments.

- Minors must be accompanied by adults.

- Our Experiences and guided tours are not canceled due to adverse weather conditions. Navarra can offer us a very different climate from one valley to another, even on the same day.

- You do not walk excessively, but it is advisable to wear comfortable closed shoes. Expect rain according to season.

- Groups with less than 16 people, the visits may vary both in content and in form, having to accommodate/adjust to the regular visits that are made in the places to visit.



- As it is an activity that in total lasts about 8/9 hours, take 2 masks just in case: either standard (4h) or FFP2 or KN95 (8h) or one of both.

- Hydroalcoholic gel.

- Sunglasses.

- Cap with visor or hat to protect us from the sun.

- Raincoat and/or warm clothing depending on the season.



- We must bear in mind that we are going to rural areas and that we have to respect the established protocols at all times and with great scruple. The local population may have some fear and suspicion that people from outside their territory can bring the virus to them. With what we have to be very respectful with them and with the protocols established by the health authorities.

- We will greet each other without physical contact.

- For your safety and that of everyone, if you have a fever or any symptoms of Covid-19, or if you have been in contact with someone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days, refrain from participating in the activity. No guide will carry out the activity in the same case. Telephones of the Health Councils of Navarra 948 290 290, Euskadi 900 203 050, Aragón 976 696 382, La Rioja 941 298 333 and emergencies 112.

- Maintain the safety distance of 1.5 meters between people who do not live together.

- In closed areas or in places where the safety distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained, the use of the mask is mandatory.

- Hand cleaning with hydroalcoholic gel very frequently.

- Do not exchange material or share drinks, food, sun creams or lipsticks. What one person has touched, another cannot touch without first disinfecting it (if they are not a family unit that lives together).

- Pamphlets that are seen do not take them. Ask the staff.

- The guide will enforce health protocols at all times. In case of non-compliance by any participant, by decision of the guide he will leave the group and will not be entitled to any refund.


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