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About Navarre

Navarre is special

Navarre is not very well known among tourists. They usually go to the Spanish coast. But if you want to see a special place, you should go to Navarra visit. This great Spanish province has been growing in popularity in recent years due to its geological diversity, large amount of history and rich culture. 

Most of the people who have heard about Navarre know it for the celebrations of San Fermin. This is a worldwide known event in Pamplona, the capital of Navarre. San Fermín is known for big parties, historical traditions and bull runs. But Navarre has much more to offer than that.

From high mountains to vast plains, from leafy forests to deserts, Navarre resembles a continent.

Navarre is very rich in nature


In the north is the mountainous area of the Navarrese Pyrenees. The Mesa de los Tres Reyes is the highest point in Navarre (2438 meters).


The Irati Forest is one of the most beautiful forests in Navarre. It is located in the northeast of the province, part of which is close to the village of Ochagavía.


The Bardenas Reales is a beautiful desert consisting of rocks with bizarre shapes in the southeast of Navarre. Some scenes from the Game of Thrones series were filmed here.

Best destinations


Tafalla is located in the heart of Navarra, about 30 minutes from Pamplona, the capital of Navarra. This city retains the medieval flavor

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Puente la Reina

Puente la Reina was founded in the 12th century to populate the regions around the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. A walk through this village

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Ochagavía is a picturesque village near the Pyrenees with beautiful stone streets and a natural environment. The ancient traditions ensure the essence of life

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Best destinations

Irati Forest

The Selva de Irati (“Forest of Irati”) is the second largest and best preserved beech and pine forest in Europe, after the Black Forest in Germany.

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Bardenas Reales

The Bardenas Reales is a semi-desert in southeastern Navarre. This is one of Navarre's most popular attractions thanks to its enchanting ravines and plateaus

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