Muruzábal Travel Guide

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Muruzábal Things to Do

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    a strange place for a local sport

    by globetrott Updated Jun 24, 2012

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    This is a building that is used for a local sport thats name I have forgotten, maybe somebody here on VT knows what kind of a sport is played there.
    What I found interesting is the fact that many such sports-halls are to be found in that area and most of them seem to have used old parts of the medieval townwalls as a part of the arena-construction, at least it looks that way.

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    Parroquia de San Esteban / St. Stephen...

    by globetrott Updated Jun 24, 2012

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    Parroquia de San Esteban / St. Stephen church is the only church of the small village of Muruzábal besides the pilgrim-church of Eunate that is far away from the village. This church dates back to the 14th century and it is a pity that the church was locked - like most of the churches in the countryside of Spain - while I passed by there early in the morning.

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    Palacio Cabo de Armeria de Marques de...

    by globetrott Written Jun 24, 2012

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    Palacio Cabo de Armeria de Marques de Zabalegui is one of the 2 larger palaces that I found in Muruzábal and it was built in the 17th century. It is a winery nowadays and privately owned, so you cannot visit it as a tourist.

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    a small and simple Albergue & toilets

    by globetrott Updated Jun 24, 2012

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    There is no village nor any private house closeby the church of Santa Maria de Eunate, but there is a small and simple Albergue next to the church and also some toilets. You will also find a fountain and some tables and benches for picknicks.
    And there is a large carpark, so you can drive there easily and park your car there free of charge, while visiting the church or maybe start some hikes.

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    • Hiking and Walking
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