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things to do in navarra

Roman City Navarras

There are plenty of activities on offer in Navarra to give you that all important taste of Spain.

The Roman City of Andelos has an archeological museum on site that covers 400 m2. The gallery provides access to the historical Roman city and the museum hosts an impressive showcase that displays the ancient ruins that were uncovered in the big dig. One of the most exceptional discoveries of Navarra is their water supply system and this is shown in a large scale map of the city, also on display.

Walk a part of the Camino de Santiago. The famous pilgrimage route runs from the French border across Navarra, but there's no need to trek the whole way. Choose just a short section of it - the stage heading west from Pamplona is particularly attractive and scattered with pretty villages.

The roads and villages to the southeast of San Sebastián are scenically stunning. Take the NA 2540 and NA 2600 through Ziga, Elizondo, Arizkun and Erratzu. But watch out for the witches - in the early 1600s the Inquisition condemned 158 witches in the tiny village of Zugarramurdi alone and found 1,590 in Navarre as a whole.

Relive the adventures of Hemingway. The writer spent time in the mountain village of Burguete, almost on the French border; the characters in his novel The Sun Also Rises come here for a few days' trout fishing. It's still a charming little place, just a few kilometres from the monastery and mountain pass at Roncesvalles.