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Other activities in the area

Golf Señorío de Zuasti  Calle San Andrés, 1 – 31892 Zuasti, Navarra – 948 30 29 00 – Golf course designed by Olazábal, in a unique environment. Check other golf courses in the area.

Nature and Hiking If you love walking and discovering magical places, you are in the right place. Do not miss the walks through the Sierra de Urbasa, with the beautiful Nacedero of the Urederra River, or the Natural Reserve of the Barranco de Basaura. You can also see our vineyards from the top of Montejurra, after a beautiful ascent along the historic route. This and much more at

karting_resistencia-585x231Driving & Karting  If you love strong emotions we offer you a great variety of activities related to driving. Visit the Circuito de Navarra, located in the town of Los Arcos, just 10 km from our winery. Consult the offer of sports driving courses, go-carts, offers for companies and groups, stag parties … Calle Malvasía 5, 31210 Los Arcos ‎ – 948 64 03 50


monasterio iracheRoute of the Monasteries Visit  the Monastery of Irache, just in front of our vineyard, to whom the Larrainzar family bought this land more than 150 years ago. And discover the beauty of the Monastery of Iranzu, lost in nature and with an interesting guided tour.


untitledCity of Estella: Monumental city born in the heart of the Camino de Santiago. In the fifteenth century it was known as “Estella la bella” and today it continues to honor this name: it is a Romanesque city that houses palaces, stately homes, churches, convents, bridges and beautiful buildings that have earned it the nickname ” The North Toledo “. The city, with 13,000 inhabitants, will surprise you by its lively commercial activity and its Thursday market, and a fine gastronomy. In its walk you will meet pilgrims and visitors eager to know the old streets of Franks and Jews, and you can see that the phrase from Aymeric Picaud of the eleventh century is still current: “Estella is a city of good bread, excellent wine, lots of meat and fish and all kinds of happiness ”

imagesCAWSCFIQCamino de Santiago / St Jacques Way You will find this medieval path just in front of the winery. Going from Roncevalles it crosses Spain in its west route until reaching Santiago. There are many monuments related to the Jacobean route that can be seen in our area.

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