Hostal Rural Haizea is located in Aurizberri-Espinal, a small town at the foot of the Pyrenees. You can enjoy the typical architecture of this area, walk through its forests and mountains or know places that have written a page in the history of Navarre.
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At about 20 Kilometers by car from Aurizberri-Espinal you will find one of the largest forests of beech and fir trees in Europe. A unique experience that you can not miss.
In the center of the eastern Pyrenees, the Irati Forest extends, the king forest of Navarre, inside which lies the Irabia lake.
The best way to get into the forest is through one of the trails that cross the forest of Irati.
The historic defeat of Charlemagne and the Roldan’s Song have made this small town famous. It is also the gateway to the Camino of Santiago in Spain.
Hidden among mountains, Roncesvalles has been a refuge for walkers and a meeting of cultures. It stands out for its monumental ensemble, the Collegiate Church of Santa María, an old pilgrim hospital where the remains of King Sancho VII the Fort rest.
An excellent example of medieval architecture that we advise you to know through a guided tour.
At present, the ruins have been devoured by vegetation and hidden under a green blanket of moss. Its enigmatic air and being an important sample of the industrial archeology of the XVIII century has earned it the declaration of Cultural Interest.
Following the road that has taken us to the Royal Weapons Factory we will find spectacular green hillsides that hide the Cave of Arpea, an essential visit for nature lovers.
Eugui is an old and charming town located in an unbeatable environment, on the edge of the Eugui lake and surrounded by mountains.
A few kilometers from the town, next to the border between Navarre and France, there is an extensive forest of beech trees that is called Quinto Real.
The Arga River crosses this beautiful and extensive landscape, which hides some unique places like the Royal Eugui Weapons Factory. The forest also stands out for hosting a number of interesting animal species, such as deer, roe deer or griffon vultures.
It is an enclave where time seems to have stopped. An extensive green carpet surrounded by beech, oak and mountains, crowned at the bottom by Mount Adi, which with its 1,459 meters of altitude watches the forests, meadows and the river, drawing an unforgettable landscape. In Sorogain the Erro River is born, which crosses the valley to which it gives its name and runs more than 40 kilometers before flowing into the Irati river.
This small town offers an incomparable environment to meet through different routes that take us to its beech forest, its megalithic monuments and Adi itself.
Most of the visitors who receive Zugarramurdi every year do so attracted by the stories and legends about witchcraft that emerged around the inquisitorial process of 1610.
There are documents that prove the experiences of similar episodes in at least 64 other locations in Navarra. While it is true that Zugarramurdi, because of the social dimension that the Auto de Fe had at the European level, has earned the popular nickname of “People of the Witches”.