Nº Registro: UAGR0009
Apto. Abarra IV
Apartments on the GROUND FLOOR of a traditional house, spacious and bright. Centennial rustic woods and revoked interior stone which coexit with the heating facilities and modern kitchens. Maximum comfort with the greatest respect for the work of the ancestors. It is wheelchair accessible.
DISTRIBUTION (2 rooms+1)
Dining room of more than 40 m2, bedroom and bathroom. Possibility of an extra bed.
ACTIVITIES IN THE OWN HOUSE
The house is also on the ground floor, a common room occupied with spinning bikes, and other specific devices to relieve and prevent back pain, (in case it rains ...)
The area offers you many possibilities for activities:
The more active can practice horse riding, paintball, zip lines and suspension bridges.
The nature lovers have plenty of trips to go on: the Aralar mountain chain, marked routes by the Urbasa mountain chain, hiking dolmens, source of the Urederra, Plazaola greenway Plazaola and the caves of Mendukilo.
Those who have cultural concerns can visit: the sanctuary of San Miguel of Aralar, Zamarce monastery and chapels of Trinity of Erga and of Oskia to which you can get there walking, with itineraries of very different distances and difficulty.
We provide you with all the information you need to enjoy a wonderful stay. WE WAIT FOR YOU!
You can participate in the management of cattle: cows and calves.
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EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES
Bathroom in the bedrooms, Heating, Cared decoration, Pets (consult), Playroom, TV in living room
Rural tourism, Disabled people
Services in the area
|Airport||20.0 km||Spa||20.0 km|
|Bus||2.0 km||Cash machine||2.0 km|
|Health Center||2.0 km||Train station||2.0 km|
|Chemist´s||2.0 km||Petrol station||2.0 km|
|Golf||20.0 km||Equestrian sports||15.0 km|
|Swimming pool||2.0 km||Restaurant||2.0 km|
|Supermarket||2.0 km||Taxi||2.0 km|
WHERE TO GO
Santuario San Miguel de Aralar
It is one of the most famous spiritual centers of Navarre. It is a Romanesque temple with three naves and three apses located at the top of the mountain chain of Aralar, from where a spectacular view ...
Robledal de Orgi
Ancient forest, the only witness of secular oak wet Navarre with great ecological interest. Natural Recreation Area with reception areas, rides and conservation. A unique landscape that always amazes ...
Peru-Harri. Parque de la Piedra
Stone museum made by Iñaki Perurene in the mountain, 2 km from Leitza firection to Uitzi. A unique museum where Iñaki and his son Inaxio tell myths, history and culture in stone, like a giant of 40 to...
Feria de Artesanía
En Pamplona, del 21 al 24 de junio
En pleno corazón de Pamplona, la Plaza del Castillo se convertirá un año más en referente de la artesanía contemporánea con la presencia de numerosos artesanos de diferentes disciplinas: vidrio, cerám...
Fiestas Valle Las Amescoas
En Ecala, 23 de junio
Colocación del Mojón en el Monte de Limitaciones - Mercado de productos artesanos del Valle de Amescoa- Comida popular- Concurso de Patxarán - Ponys y vaquillas - Actuación del grupos de musica-Calde...
Romería San Juan Xar
En Igantzi, 24 de junio
Muchas personas, sobre todo jóvenes, acuden de los pueblos vecinos a la romería que allí se celebra el día 24 de junio y la noche de su víspera.Se baña en sus aguas para curar enfermedades. Las toalla...
Famous locality by its beautiful Romanesque church of Santiago de Itxasperri which is declared Good of Cultural Interest, of unique nave. In the apse there are capitals decorated with balls, animals and “róleos” (a decorative element). The main façade has archivolts and capitals decorated with pearl interlacing and “caulículos” that are mixed in some cases with heads. The parish is of Medieval origin with Renaissance altarpiece. Between Vitoria and Pamplona, in the valley of Arakil, it has an ideal location to know the Natural Park of Urbasa-Andía, the cave of Mendukilo or the mountain chain of Aralar.
*Cave of Mendukilo.
* Sancturay of San Miguel de Aralar.
* Mountain chain of Aralar.
* The Natural Park of Urbasa-Andía.
* Forest of Orgi.
* Ethnographic Museum of the Kingdom of Pamplona.
* Green Via of Plazaola.
* Routes of the dolmens of Aralar.