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Welcome to a town with views

To start exploring the town of Jaurrieta, we recommend that coming from the neighboring town of Ochagavía, you access a beautiful viewpoint that offers a perfect view of the town and its crowded houses.

These two towns are located in the Salazar Valley, in a perfect enclave for visiting its landscapes and its privileged environment, since due to its proximity you can make a large number of excursions and natural visits.

A privileged environment

Not only is it a pleasure to walk through the streets of Jaurrietas full of roofs characteristic of the Navarrese Pyrenees, doors with semicircular arches and stately homes, but this point offers a large number of outings and excursions to impressive places that you cannot miss.

From here you can go to the Irati Forest, famous for its excellent conservation that allows a large amount of fauna to be observed, as well as having various routes to discover the charms of this green tangle that is the lungs of the territory.

The excursions can be done on foot, by bike or with interpretative visits of the flora and fauna, and it is suitable for all ages and physical conditions. But if this forest does not attract your attention, we recommend the almost obligatory visit to Roncesvalles/ Orreaga.

You will love walking through its streets because of the beauty of this little town, but there are also monuments with great monumental and historical value that you must visit. We are talking about the Collegiate Church of Santa María, the Tomb of the Giant King, the Chapel of Sancti Spiritus or Charlemagne’s silo, the Library Museum or the Bible Fountain.

Delve into places to learn about the history of Navarre.

These places are essential if you want to learn more about the history of the Kingdom of Navarre and the important battles that took place over the centuries in this territory.

Places with magic and treasures

One of the most important kings of Navarre, richly decorated monumental elements, the Charlemagne Chess Set, the jewel that adorns the Navarre coat of arms and much more, can be found resting in the aforementioned places.

And so that you can make your visit to this territory, The Original Basque recommends the most charming rural accommodation in the territory. Here you will receive a close and personal treatment, as well as all the rest you deserve after so many adventures.

Recommendations from The Original Basque:

  • Casa Sario
  • Posada Sarigarri
  • Hotel Auñamendi
  • Hostal Salazar
  • Hotel Besaro