On the Southeast it is the city of Pamplona with all its tourist attractions and on the Northeast of the Forest Orgi and the bucolic Valley Ultzama with many tourist attractions. Legarreta is at the beginning of the Corridor of Arakil that it is surrounded by the Natural Parks of Aralar and Urbasa-Andía. Aralar is a big karstic massif that is spread out between Navarre and Guipúzcoa and that it offers excursions to the lovers of climbing and hiking. In the locality of Astitz the cave of Mendukilo highlights with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. At the top of the mountain chain, 1341 meters high, it is the shrine of San Miguel de Aralar. The surroundings of the shrine offer beautiful views to the Mountain Chain of Andía and the corridor of the Valley of Arakil, from wher you also can get to the shrine through a track. Going through the Valley Arakil we will arrive to Etxarri Aranaz, where it is the denominated route of the dolmens. On the North, in Lekunberri, the Green Way of Plazaola starts. Path to Leitza, known by its church of grey-blue stone, its elite sport athletes and its park-museum dedicated to the stone, Peru-Harri, it is worth to visit the beautiful urban core of Uitzi and Gorriti, with awesome majestic big houses. The windy park of Kornieta, offers an impressive views of the surroundings, with meadows and cattle surrounded by mountain summits.
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.