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Bardenas Reales Natural Park, a Moonscape in Navarre

It might look like a moonscape, taken from another planet… But not, it is located in Navarre, very close to Pamplona.

Among all the beautiful landscapes of Navarre, with a huge diversity, we have a unique place in Western Europe, Bardenas Reales Natural Park.

Do you want to visit it with us?

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Arbayun, paisaje natural en Navarra

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En Navarra hay paisajes impresionantes. Uno de ellos es la Foz de Arbaiun, la cual puedes disfrutar gracias a nuestros tours y Visitas Guiadas.

In Navarre there are many stunning views. One of them, is the Gorge of Arbayun, which you can visit with our tours and guided visits.

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Nacedero del Urederra, una visita Natural

Nacedero del Urederra, una maravilla natural en Navarra, que nunca nos cansamos de visitar.

Y ahora con el otoño, empieza el baile de colores… Te vienes?

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Urederra river offers us an outstanding mix of colours, even more now in Autumn. So… what are you waiting for to  come and visit this amazing place with us?
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Urederra river fountainhead

It is just 19 kms long, but this river’s fountainhead is one of the most beautiful places in Navarra.

This fountainhead is the “overflow” of an aquifer that sits under Urbasa, where it is estimated that an amount of water accumulated between 1600 and 2500 Hectometers Cubic, which would be about 4-6 times the Yesa reservoir.

And this water comes out of this nacedero to a normal flow of 4.5 cubic meters (= 4500 liters) per second!! At dry seasons it  decreases to 0.3 cubic meters per second, but may increase in high rainfall periods up to 50 cubic meters per second, this is 50,000 liters per second!!
(And if you do the math … with that water would fill an Olympic swimming pool in less than a minute!!)