Secret Places

Discover the most intimate and personal Navarra

The most personal Navarra

In the Boutique Hotels of Navarra, we are always ready to help and guide you on the best and most suitable places to visit for you and your companions, ask us whenever you need it.

Meanwhile, we show you some highly recommended plans that you can do on your way through our town and about which you can ask us for more information.



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Red Houses of Baztán

They are a part of the unique personality of this valley, and can be seen in every town in this area of Navarra.

Strolling and browsing through the villages of the Baztán Valley and Bidasoa, the visitor will be impressed with the typical architecture that its people have managed to preserve, obtaining picturesque images in the houses and municipal buildings. You will see the careful finishes and bright colors that contrast with the white of its facades, including flowers and balconies and windows.

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Hell mill

Beautiful and mysterious, a landscape more typical of the legends of the witches that had so much prominence in this valley.

The Hell Mill or Infernuko Errota is the place wher4e people traditionally took corn to grind. The Hell Regatta reaches it, which is a stream that makes its way through the mist od trees, leaving an almost mystical landscape.

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Señorío de Bértiz

Thanks to its conservation, it includes a great variety of fauna and flora, autochthonous and exotic, that you cannot miss.

Declared a Natural Park, this is a magical place in the western Navarrese Pyrenees. In it you can enjoy different trails for walking or cycling routes. Inside the park we also find the Palacio de Ciga, as an exhibition hall and a Nature Interpretation Center.

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Irati Forest

This is the second largest and best preserved beech-fir forest in Europe, and the first in the Iberian Peninsula.

In its more than 17,000 hectares you can carry out sports, ornithological activities or collect mushrooms in autumn, it is also at this time of the year when the wild animals that inhabit are in heat, such as foxes, wild board, martens, deer, etc.

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Orgi Forest

With great ecological interest, this ancient forest is a humid oak grove, a very rare and valued type of forest.

Declared regional Park and Recreational Natural Area after centuries of exploitation, it undergoes a process of natural regeneration, in which accessible walks can be enjoyed for all people, in addition to other areas such as the reception area with picnic areas and the conservation area.

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The Burgos of Pamplona

The history of Burgos is the story of the birth of a city.

Burgos de Pamplona is known as the three nucleuses that remained independent until in 1423 the Burgo de Navarrería, San Cernin and San Nicolás were united in a single City Council, that of Pamplona, through the Privilege of the Union, which it is celebrated every September 8 in the old part of the city.

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Source of Urederra

Urederra or beautiful water is the name of this tour of turquoise waters.

An essential stop on your way through Navarra is this source of the river Urederra. The setting is an almost magical corner where waterfalls and pools of turquoise blue water appear from among the stones, which follow one another along a beautiful 2 and a half hour walk.

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Monjardín Castle

The story of how the Kingdom of Navarre was born is based on this important fortress.

This castle was the first notable conquest by the hand of Sancho Garcés, the first king of Pamplona, against the Muslims during the Reconquest, laying the foundations of what would become the kingdom of Navarre. The castle that is located on top of a mountain, had a great strategic importance in the s.X and is the viewpoint of Navarra where more towns can be seen, with a total of 60.

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Foz de Lumbier

This unique environment of steep walls and fresh water is the home of the griffon vulture and other birds.

The Foz de Lumbier is a narrow gorge crossed by the Irati River and which has been declared a Natural Reserve. In it you can take bike rides, walk or descend its water canyons in a canoe. The steep atone are home to the nests of griffon vultures, which can be admired as you pass through this magnificent environment.

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Santa Criz

One of the largest and best preserved Roman cities that still exist in Navarra.

History does not always allow us to know all the splendor of what one day was, but it is not the case of the Roman city of Santa Criz de Eslava that lasts to this day, being one of the most spectacular Roman remains in the north of the peninsula, and one of the best preserved in the autonomous community.

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Pitillas Lagoon

It is listed as a Special Protection Area for birds and is one of the Wetlands of The International Importance.

The Pitillas Lagoon is a 216 hectare wetland located between Pitillas and Santacara, which due to its geographical location serves as a passageway for migratory birds, also counting on the presence of species considered of importance. Environment, fauna and landscapes to visit in this lagoon.

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Monastery of la Oliva

Discover the value of silence and the sound of the liturgies sung in the vernacular.

This enclave of peace and tranquility treasures between its stone walls centuries of history and art, being one of the 3 monasteries that are preserved in the south of Navarra, and which also houses 26 Cistercian monks, who can be seen playing for the cloister.

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Peñalén cliff in Bardenas Reales

Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the relief of the Ribera Alta in southern Navarra.

On clear days this ravine offers views of the lands of the Bardenas Reales, the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees and the towns of Marcilla and Villafranca. At the bottom of this 392 meter drop, the Arga and Aragón rivers merge, joining the Ebro at the height of Milagro. Landscape from the top beyond the Ribera.

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Basílica de San Gregorio de Ostiense

Very close to the Camino de Santiago and influenced by its importance, there are small treasures of the Navarrese Baroque.

In honor of Saint Gregory, bishop of Ostia, it is presented with great ornamental wealth on a hill. Inside, his skull is preserved under a silver sheet lining, which is usually filled with water to irrigate the fields and ensure the harvest, as it is known to be protective against insect pests. During the month of May some villages make pilgrimages to the temple and picnics are organized.

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Romanesque of Valdorba

Romanesque stone treasures that keep Navarra history in its not-so-known towns.

La Valdorba is a group of small towns and hamlets, in which medieval orders and walkers have left architectural jewels of great cultural value such as the Church of San Martín, the Church of the Assumption, the hermitages of San Pedro Echano and the Santo Christ of Cataláin.-Visit website-

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Navarra in person

From the beginning we have attended our guests in a personal way since we are the best example of everything that Navarra can offer them, dedicating time to guide them through our territory and through the lesser-known corners of Navarra.