Northern Spain is the perfect place to pitch a tent or rent a camping site. Navarre is a region full of contrasts, tempting with its diverse landscape and charming towns with medieval origins. Its unquestionable value are its inhabitants and the rich traditions they cultivate, in which the authentic Spanish temperament is manifested.
Tourists come to Navarre, among others, for the Pyrenees and their idyllic landscapes. There are many hiking trails for more and less advanced hikers, and in winter there are ski resorts. At the foot of the massif, there are charming towns, whose history often dates back to the Middle Ages. A very popular attraction here is the witch trail with the Zugarramurdi cave and the Witches' Museum 300 m away. Through Navarre runs the Camino Francés – one of the most important routes of St. James, which is the pilgrimage route to the cathedral in Santiago de Compostela.
Navarre is known for the Sanfermines festival in Pamplona organized in July. The celebrations include bullfight and a race of cows and bulls through the narrow streets of the city. This exciting and controversial event was the basis for Ernest Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises" from 1926. Thousands of visitors flock to Pamplona during the holidays.