A local guide accompanies you along the route of The Road to Santiago through Navarra
Follow The Road to Santiago as it passes through Navarra, accompanied by an expert guide from The Local Tourism Guide Firm gives the whole experience an extra dimension. Pilgrims from all over the world have been crossing through Navarra and Pamplona city for more than a thousand years, leaving their mark on the history and art of this distinctive region. Currently, receiving World Heritage recognition, this Road to Santiago attracts people from all parts of the world, of all races, religions and ages who pass through Navarra to experience a different and unique event. As we are part of this famous Pilgrim’s Road, we particularly enjoy showing visitors “our own point of view” of this singular phenomenon, sharing the Road as it crosses our mountains and valleys. The guided itineraries will also include some of the most important landmarks along the Road and accounts can be given about the traditions, legends and anecdotes which have grown up in the villages and towns along this historic pilgrim’s route.
- The Road to Santiago in the Navarra Pyrennes: Puerto de Ibañeta, (The Mountain Pass of Ibañeta) Colegiata de Roncesvalles, (Roncesvalles Collegiate Church) Burguete, Espinal and the mountain pass of Puerto de Mezkiritz. (9 kms. of moutain trails).
- Camino de Santiago Tolosano: Foz de Lumbier, Liédena, Monasterio de Leyre (a flat route of some 5 kilometers).
- The French Road in Navarra: Eneriz, Eunate, Obanos and Puente la Reina (a flat route of some 9 kilometers).