Discover some of the incredible corners of this beautiful city that maintains the medieval flavor in their uptown and offers a more modern air in the central area, dedicated to the Commerce and services.
Navarra , where Middle Earth, dresses vineyards .
His whole east-west corridor is dotted with many wineries. Rose wines characteristic of Navarra, gives way to the red and white high expression. But our region of Olite where the wine takes on a vital role in both the economy and life itself.
Visit the Wine Museum with wine tasting and visit to Bodega .
Our hotel is next to the medieval architectural jewel of the Kingdom of Navarra: Olite Castle . One of the buildings more expléndidos in high medieval Europe. A visit guidad lets us know and relive the feeling he had to feel Carlos III the Noble and Eleanor of Castile when walking along the battlements and brokers.
The visit leads us then to Santa Maria de Olite, a pure Gothic church, where you can admire a spectacular Renaissance altarpiece.
From Olite Ujué we approach through San Martin de Unx, where the Church of San Martin, with its Romanesque crypt. Already in Ujué and its highest point, it is the church-fortress dedicated to St. Mary.
From Olite south steppe we find the Laguna de Pitillas, the Despoblado Rada and the Cistercian monastery of Oliva.
Region where some valuable rural Romanesque treasures , both religious and civil architecture.
From the simple beauty of the hermitage of Echano, the palace of Azpilicueta in Barasoain Martin, the Romanesque church with crypt Orísoain, to the spectacular Romanesque granary of Iracheta, ending in Sansoáin, with its Gothic church, the church protogótica Maquirriain and the splendid Romanesque church of Olleta.
From the border with Aragon, where the reservoir of Yesa or Sea Pyrenees settles, we can visit the Monastery of Leire, birthplace of Navarre and Royal Pantheon, to reach Sangüesa from the village of Javier, where the castle where Saint Francis Xavier, patron saint of Navarra was born rises.
Sanguesa has valuable architectural treasures such as the Church of Santa María la Real, a national monument. From here, worth a visit, and in the province of Aragon, the village of Sos del Rey Catolico, declared a Historical Site.
From Tafalla to Puente la Reina through the medieval village of Artajona with its spectacular walled enclosure known as the Cerco. Already in Puente la Reina, where the two do a Jacobean routes, they are the churches of the Crucifix, Santiago and San Pedro and the medieval bridge over the Arga. Worth move to the Romanesque jewel of Santa María de Eunate.
Estella - Lizarra is a city brimming with history. The Cistercian Church of San Pedro de la Rua, the Palace of the Kings of Navarra, now a Museum Gustavo Maeztu, House of Culture Fray Diego, Governor's Palace, the Gothic Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Romanesque Church of St. Mary, Basilica of the Virgin of Puy, etc.
In the neighboring village of Ayegui is the Irache Monastery
In the Southern Navarre , just 50 kilometers, we find the Natural Park of the Bardenas, declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO . A semi-desert terrain that can be traveled on foot, by bicycle, horse and motor vehicles.
Nearby too is the Adventure Park and Fun Sendaviva, the largest family leisure park on the peninsula.
An unforgettable tour takes us to the Natural Park Urbasa and Andía where is the beautiful circus source of the Urederra River.
Below is the Aralar mountain range that has a route of the dolmens and the Sanctuary of San Miguel with a valuable and delicate glazes Romanesque altarpiece, the twelfth century.