The Yerri Valley offers a beautiful natural environment and, in the village, there is a washing place from the 13th century and an oven dating from 1600. The parish church, of late Romanesque style, was restored in the 17th century. You must see the huge holm oak, which is almost 11 metres tall and its top is 16 metres in diameter. The tree was declared a 'Natural Sculpture'. You have to walk towards the viewpoint of Lazkua. Mountaineers enjoy Peñas de San Fausto. There is also a frontón and a playground.
La encina centenaria (Centenarian holm oak)
Lavadero de Eraul (washing place in Eraul)
Mirador de Lazkua (Lazkua viewpoint)
La balsa de Larrión (Larrión pond)
In this magic place, the river Urederra is born. It is hidden at the foot of the walls made of limestone from the Urbasa mountain range. It is the symbol of the forests in Navarre. It is really wonderful! BOOK TICKETS
Estella-Lizarra is the most important town in western Navarra. It is situated in the southwest of the region. On Thursdays, there is a street market with many visitors.
Walking along the town of Olite means entering a fascinating Medieval village. You will discover the impressive palace castle in Gothic style with strong walls and crenellated towers. In addition, stone mansions with blazons and good wines are waiting for you!
It is located in a unique historic-artistic environment, in the village of Abárzuza (Navarre), very close to the town of Estella. It is of Cistercian origin and its construction dates from the 12th to the 14th centuries.