|Whole week:||1,220 €|
|Room / night:||45 €|
|Fin de semana (16 personas):||800 €|
|Semana entera (16 personas):||1,600 €|
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In the Valley Baztan there are many tourist options: simple paths because in these lands, the crests of the Navarre Pyrenean bend to the sea being softer; museums for any taste, mills that are still alive, delicious gastronomy and some traditions that have been kept during the time; besides, many of its cottages has been converted into cozy cottages where you can enjoy the habits and the nice personalities of the people of Baztan. Owing to its proximity we stand out the circular path of 5,6 km from the waterfall of Xorromin that begins in Erratzu, follows by the cottages of Gorstioaki and crosses the regatta of Iñarbegi. In Urdazubi/Urdax you can visit the mill, the monastery and the awesome cave of Ikaburu with its beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and listen the babbling of Urtxuma, a stream that flows inside of the cave. The caves of Urdazubi/Urdax is linked by the road or by a path indicated with Zugarramurdi, that the history and the legend have bounded forever to the witchcraft. Besides is worth highlighting that on the West of Azpilkueta is located the Natural Park Bertiz and on the Southeast is the Fifth Royal.
Small village of the Valley of Baztán in a privileged environment, few minutes from the border step to France in the high of Izpegui (672 meters high). There are prehistoric dolmens in its area. In its parish highlights the biggest modern and neogothic altarpiece. Patronal festivals at the end of June and its main dances are the “Mutil dantza” and the “Sagar dantza”, typical from the Valley of Baztán. Circular path of 5,6 km to the waterfall of Xorroxin which begins in Erratzu, it keeps through the cottages of Gorostopalo and crosses the regatta of Iñarbegi.
Museum House Gorrienea, Caves of Urdax, Zugarramurdi and Sara, craftsmen, botanic garden of Bértiz, Xorroxin Waterfall. Santxotena Museum-Park.
Walking, hiking and mountain paths nearby.