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A land of natural, cultural and culinary diversity

The Autonomous Community of Navarra covers 160 kms from north to south and 120 kms from east to west. This region is unique in Spain in the sense that it has three distinct bio-geographic zones: Alpine; Cantabrian; and Mediterranean. As a result, the region boasts outstanding landscape and cultural diversity.


Its capital city is Pamplona, internationally renowned for its San Fermin Festival, a fiesta that has been declared to be of International Tourist Interest. This Autonomous Community has four distinct areas, each with its own unique character. We're now going to give you a snapshot of each one, to entice you to discover and explore these areas for yourself, because they're places set to surprise you.

The Pyrenees

Located in northern Navarra on the border with France, the Pyrenees form a green, mountainous landscape stretching as far as the sea, with their valleys and rivers offering some beautiful scenery. Glacier carved valleys such as the Roncal Valley, a history of witchcraft such as in Zurragamurdi, the Nature Park of Urbasa-Andía, the Sierra of Aralar, sheep grazing areas and the Way of St James as it passes through Roncesvalles.


All this, together with the local cuisine, with its artisan produce and game meat, serves to round off your visit and to give you a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Amongst the most deep-rooted traditions, particular mention should be made of the Carnivals and the Palomeras de Etxalar pigeon shooting shelters.

The Basin of Pamplona

At the foot of the Pyrenees lies Pamplona, the communications hub of Navarra. This cultural city, steeped in history, is world-famous for its San Fermin Festival and the running of the bulls. Pamplona is a surprising city, offering many different tourist attractions and a beautifully preserved old town. Must visits include the Citadel, the Plaza del Castillo main square, and the Cathedral of Santa María. You can also enjoy strolling through the many different parks and gardens to be found in the city. When eating out, the city's restaurants offer exquisite dishes, whilst mention should also be made of the huge variety of tapas on offer in most bars, where you're going to be spoilt for choice.


The area around Pamplona offers a host of activities such as all types of paths and trails, the Riverside Park of the River Arga, the source of the river Arteta or Santa María de Eunate, one of the most beautiful Romanesque churches in Spain.

The Central Area

This is the area in which our campsite is located. Just 28 kms from Pamplona, in an area in which castles, palaces, ramparts and fortress towns stand amidst vineyards and grain fields. There are many different places to visit in this area, such as the towns of Sangüesa, Olite, Estella, the Monastery of Irantzu and the Monastery of Iratxe, and the Archaelogical Site of Andelos which is just a short distance from the campsite.


The  Urbasa-Andía Nature Park is a well-known attraction, in which an easy-to-walk path leads to the source of the Urederra river, allowing you to discover a spot of exceptional beauty, with its seductive crystalline waters and natural environment. This is one of the most spectacular spots in Navarra and has been a nature reserve since 1987.

The Ribera

The southern area of Navarra, bordering La Rioja and the high area of the province of Zaragoza. This is an area of plains, in which the Bardenas Reales Nature Park is located, a semi-desert area that attracts thousands of visitors each year and which has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. It's unquestionably a must-visit in Navarra, offering some spectacular natural scenery.


Tudela is the capital of La Ribera. This town is well worth a visit to stroll through its streets and visit its cathedral, constructed over a former mosque. Visit the villages of La Ribera, the palaces of Corella and the Cistercian Monastery of La Oliva and the Church of Valtierra. This area of Navarra is renowned for its freshly-grown vegetables: asparagus; artichokes; Piqullo peppers and the Tudela-grown gem lettuces.


Tu Camping en Navarra

Ctra. Larraga s/n

31150 MENDIGORRÍA - NAVARRA - Comunidad Foral de Navarra Spain

Teléfono. +34 948340604 Fax. +34 948340082


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