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If through the North, following the motorway, you get soon to Pamplona with all its leisure attractions, gastronomy and art, by the South, Barásoain it is very close to Tafalla with three churches, three hermitages and a convent, few palaces and remains of the wall. And just a little bit southern it is the the wonderful medieval set of Olite. On the Southeast you can see the medieval fence of Artajona and even go to the part of the Road of Camino de Santiago where it is Olcoz, the octagonal hermitage of Eunate and Puente la Reina with its churches (Santiago and Crufijo) and the great medieval bridge. Road of Santiago de Compostela that, towards the East finishes in Sangüesa, full of medieval art. But if you do not have enough time, the own valley of Valdorba where it is Barásoain is full of wonderful Romanesque hermitages.
It is located in the Valley of La Valdorba, prodigious valley in beautiful landscapes and Romanesque Art (churches, cruise and hermitage) and it is crossed by old paths of Camino de Santiago. Its town hall is the s. XVIII; the mansion of the canonist Martín de Azpilicueta highlights as well (he was born in 1493), where the queen Isabel and Felipe IV slept. The village was built around three squares with livings of ashlar and freestone in vain. The Parish of Assumption is Gothic-Renaissance.
Routes of the Romanesque through the area, Castle of Olite, Las Barsenas, Castle of Javier, 20 km from Pamplona.
Hiking, cycling, mycotourism, truffle collection.