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A small community that surprises visitors with its authenticity and natural, gastronomic and cultural diversity. Try it out…
Over the few kilometres that separate north and south Navarre you can experience a whole kingdom of natural and cultural diversity which is quite astonishing given the size of the region. Landscapes with marked contrasts, traditions, languages, and a diverse and rich artistic legacy, all of which has been carefully looked.
Green and pretty Pamplona is the capital of the great festival of San Fermín. Navarre is the gateway to the Camino de Santiago and a land that knows how to enjoy its food.
In little over 10,000 square kilometres, the territory brings together three bio-geographically different regions, almost unique in Europe: Alpine, Atlantic and Mediterranean. The result is a biodiversity that has generated 9 different ecosystems that range from the snow-topped peaks of the Pyrenees, to the remarkable desert landscape of the Bardenas Reales.
This natural richness has been enhanced by factors such as the low population density and an economic and social growth founded on a respect for nature. The environmental awareness of the Navarran people, as well as a forward-thinking management policy, in particular regarding the use of renewable energies, have transformed Navarre into a benchmark in terms of environmental preservation.
All the information Navarra official tourism website
Pamplona airport is 6 kilometres south of the city. Flights from Pamplona depart to:
- Madrid, direct daily flights with Air Nostrum airlines.
- Frankfurt, direct flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with Lufthansa.
- Gran Canaria, direct flights on Friday and Sunday with Binter.
The road network is radial and converges in Pamplona, from where the main routes leave towards the rest of the autonomous community.