Archivo de la etiqueta: excursion

Ir a visitar Monasterio de Leyre

El Monasterio de Leire, lugar imprescindible a visitar en Navarra, famoso por su Cripta, su Porta Speciosa,… y muchas cosas más que podrás conocer y visitar gracias a nuestros tours y excursiones desde Pamplona, que incluyen la Visita Guiada.

Busca el tour en Navarra que más te guste entre nuestras Excursiones desde Pamplona en https://tripnavarra.com/tours-en-navarra/

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Excursiones, tours y visitas guiadas en Pamplona y Navarra

Te adjuntamos este vídeo, para que disfrutes de imágenes de Navarra y te animes a visitar Pamplona y Navarra, pudiendo participar en nuestras visitas guiadas y excursiones.
Disfruta el video de TripNavarra y dinos si te gusta!!! Y por supuesto, con música del gran violinista navarra, Pablo Sarasate.

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Castildetierra, a visitar en Bardenas Reales. Navarra

Castildetierra, en las Bardenas Reales de Navarra, uno de los iconos turísticos de Navarra.

Dicen los expertos que no le quedan muchos años en pie (máximo 15 dicen algunos), así que este año 2016 es buen momento para visitar las Bardenas Reales, para visitar Navarra y para visitarlo con una de las visitas guiadas a cargo de los guías de TripNavarra (www.tripnavarra.com).

Te esperamos para darte a conocer lo mejor de Navarra.

Roncesvalles, Navarra, en el Camino de Santiago

Roncesvalles, al norte de Navarra, se ha hecho conocido mundialmente por el Camino de Santiago. ¿Pero sabías que este lugar ya se dio a conocer en el año 778? Sí, antes de que comenzaran las peregrinaciones a Santiago, Roncesvalles “apareció” en el mapa.
 
Te ofrecemos una excursión mañanera desde Pamplona para conocer este lugar junto a otros hitos del Camino de Santiago al norte de Pamplona (https://tripnavarra.com/camino-santiago-no-1/); o para que visites Roncesvalles junto a la conocidísima Selva de Irati (https://tripnavarra.com/selva-de-irati-y-roncesvalles/).
 
Ven a conocer y visitar Navarra con nosotros, con TripNavarra Excursiones y Visitas Guiadas.
 
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Bardenas Reales, Paisaje Lunar en Navarra

Te puede parecer un paisaje lunar, sacado de otro planeta… ¿Pero sabes? Está en Navarra!!!

Dentro de la cantidad de paisajes tan diversos que se pueden encontrar en Navarra, tenemos un lugar único en Europa Occidental, las Bardenas Reales.

¿Quieres que te lo enseñemos?

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Visitar Navarra y Pamplona

¿Tienes pensado visitar Navarra y/o Pamplona?

Consulta nuestra web (www.tripnavarra.com) para sacar ideas de lo que quieres que te enseñemos, y mándanos un email a info@tripnavarra.com. A partir de ahí, nosotros nos encargaremos de hacerte vivir la mejor experiencia en esta maravillosa tierra. Visitas guiadas, excursiones, tours, …

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Sanchicorrota, Bardenas Reales

It’s not clear who Sanchicorrota was. Actually, it’s not even clear if he existed.

Anyway, it looks his name was Sancho Rota, and some people say he was the son of the Mill Man (rota comes from Errota, what in Basque means Mill), but not idea where that mill was located (although some people say possibly in Carcastillo). About when he lived, it is supposed he did it in the first half of the 15th century.

Once introduced Sancho Rota, we will tell you how he became famous in Bardenas Reales lands and in the Navarre Kingdom.

One day, he was involved in a fight and by accident he killed a man who worked for the king. So, after this incident, King wanted his head and send some men to catch him. When Sanchicorrota listened about that, tried to ran away, looking for a shelter and protection in the vast, wild and rough area of Bardenas Reales, an out of law area.

As he needed a way of living, he started to steal to travellers on their way across Bardenas Reales. Here, it’s not clear who were his victims. Some people say he was a bandit so he stole all he could; but for others he was a kind of Robin Hood who only attacked to Royal Messengers and Workers so that he could steal from rich people to share with the poorer. You know, an oral legend uses to become in a very beautiful fairytale.

Anyway, he was able to create a little army of around 30 outlaws, living in mountain in Bardenas Reales which now is called Sanchicorrota and where it’s believed there are a lot of treasures buried there. But there is one more thing about him… actually, about his horse. His horse had his horseshoes placed looking backwards instead of forwards. It is said this was to avoid being chased.

Finally, in 1452, the King Juan II got tired of so many assaults to his deliveries and decided to send a 200 men army to find and killed him. And… they did it, although Sanchicorrota, when he found himself without option, as any proper legend says, he killed himself before “being killed by King’s men”. Army took his corpse, and showed it in the villages around Bardenas Reales, to finish the “tour” hanging his body in Tudela, to show what the King does to outlaws.

Legend or a true story… or both.