|Room / night:||52 €||57 €|
|Semana Santa 18/04 al 21/04:||57 €||57 €|
|Del 1/11 al 4/11 Todos los Santos:||57 €||57 €|
|Del 5/12 al 9/12 Constitucion:||57 €||57 €|
For being in Camigo de Santiago, some of the Jacobean tracks build a touristic attraction. Towards the West, the Jacobean path is driven to Puente la Reina and close to Monreal. Towards the East it is Sangüesa that is full of churches and palaces, being important the church of Santa María (XII-XIV centuries) which facade, centre don the final trial, shows stages from the Old and New Testament, great animals, legends or the classes from the Medieval society. In the South of Monreal is the Mountain Chain of Izcom, that indicates one of the limita between the wet Navarre, the Atlantic weather and vegetation ,and the Mediterranean Navarre. Its peak is Antxurda or Lantxurda, one of the best mounts in Navarre, Likewise there is a wind park in a hill range of this mountain chain. LIkewise in the west of Monrel you can visit the area of Valdorba, built by small urban cores full of sun, with Romanesque jewels, stone cruises, funeral stelas, churches and palaces. Besides, to go by car, Pamplona is close with all its touristic attractions.
Small municipality of 250 inhabitants on the foot of the awesome Higa of 1289 m and 18 km from Pamplona by motorway, in the “Camino de Santiago”. The parish is Gothic with changes and the altarpiece is mostly Romanesque. In the surroundings there is a Gothic-Renaissance cruise, the Cross of San Blas, as well as a Gothic bridge of two eyes above the river Elorz.
Pamplona, Foz de Arbayun, Reservoir of Yesa, Castle of Javier, Monastery of Leyre, Hermitage of Eunate, Colegiate of Roncesvalles, Oak tree of Orgi.
Walking, Hiking, Bird Watching, Mushrooms