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St James Way Day Tour from Saint Jean Pied du Port To Roncesvalles
"The first part of the tour takes us through the initial stages of this historic pilgrimage between the Pyrenees and the Iberian Península. We start in Saint Jean Pied du Port a beautiful village in the French Pyrenees. It is a beautifully preserved medieval village dating back to the 12th century as a commercial military and religious crossroads. Churches two beautiful historic bridges and a pristine river add to the city’s medieval atmosphere.Continuing along the Camino we go another 25 kilometers to Roncesvalles
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French Basque Countryside Tour from San Sebastian
"The beautiful and charming town of Saint Jean Pied de Port (Donibane Garazi in Basque) on the foothills of the Pyrenees is our first stop on our tour of the French Basque Countryside. With its beautiful cobbled streets that run down hill across a quaint old bridge over the river Nive the town is renown for being the starting point of the most popular route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela on The Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago). After a short stroll through the town following the footsteps of the pilgrims we will continue our tour through the small town of St. Étienne de Baïgorry.Deeper into the French Basque Countryside we will cross the fabled
From EUR250.00
 
Rioja Wineries and La Guardia Tour with Picnic from San Sebastian
"Departing from San Sebastian at 8:15am after 15 hours of driving we will get to the world class Rioja wine region.The day starts with a private tour for our group in one of the traditional wineries in Rioja. After visiting their wine making facilities and learning about the specific way of winemaking of Rioja we will taste 5 of their wines. Later on we will head to another 2 of the best Rioja wineries to taste some of their top wines( minimum of 2 wines in each winery)  After this we would go to another winery with underground wine caves & tunnels
From EUR225.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Pamplona

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Chamber of Accounts

Medieval building of the Chamber of Accounts was built in XIII century. It is regarded as the only example of civil Gothic architecture in Pamplona and was declared National Monument in 1868. Interior...
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Roncesvalles, for the pilgrims.

Following on from a dismal day in Pamplona we made our way into the Pyrenees to see Roncesvalles, one of the "official" start points for the "Camino de Santiago" in Spain. The weather was worse here...
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Walking the Camino Santiago de Compostela

The famous pilgrimage walk of St. James known as the Camino Santiago de Compostela briefly touches the Southern end of Pamplona. You can walk part of the Camino, for example Cezur Minor is only...
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Monument to the war dead

I know, this tip title seems to be suspiciously like the one for the Monumento a los Caídos, but they are actually for two very different things and no, I am not trying to double up on tips. This is...
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Puente de la Magdalena

The Puente de la Magdalena is a pretty 12th century Romanesque bridge that you are until to happen upon unless you get lost in your car or you walk up from the train station (as I did) and require...
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Rincon de Rodín

The Roncon de Rodín may seem like a quaint, old part of the Casco Antiguo, but don’t be fooled – it was all built in the latter half of the last century. The building here, called the Mesón del...
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Plaza de la Cruz

The Plaza de la Cruz is a fairly large park that is odd if only for its large cross in the centre of the park. It’s true that the park is across from the Parroquía de San Miguel, but that church isn’t...
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Delegación del Gobierno

Every regional capital in Spain has a Delegación del Gobierno, which is sort of like the office of the central government in the city with the task of liaising with the regional authorities. The...
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Day trip to Azpeitia

We made a day trip from Pamplona toAzpeitia, the home of Ignatius Loyola. Beautiful drive through the Basque countryside. It did take a few hours to get there. Several more hours to eat lunch and wait...
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Basque Wood Chopping Competition

During the day you can watch local Basque wood choppers hack away at their huge log, attempting to be first in group. Armed with two axes where they switch off, they stand on their respective log with...
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