This Sunday, the 15th, it will be celebrated the XIV Day of Migas in Ujue.
It will be possible to taste various delicacies, enjoy rural sports, music, and especially taste its famous “migas de pastor”, all in a place as beautiful and special as Ujue.
From July 18th to August 3rd, Olite will held its 14th Festival of Classic Theater where there will be some playings as “The revenge of Don Mendo” or “The name of the Rose”.
Tickets costs around 12 euro depending on day.
The magazine “Condé Nast Traveler” has chosen their TOP 10 villages of Navarre, between those found Olite, Amaiur, Puente la Reina, Ujue, Artajona, Ochagavía, Estella, Elizondo, Sangüesa and Roncesvalles.
This Saturday, April 20th, there is an option of visiting the wonderfull city of Olite in a guided visit. It costs 12 euro, and includes a wine tasting.
If you want to take part in this event, you need to be at the Castle entrance at 11am.
This king was nicknamed the Bad in contrast to the French king John II the Good in the context of the Hundred Years War, in which Navarre was involved.
He had a very close relationship with Ujué.
In fact, began construction of the Gothic church of Santa María de Ujué and tried unsuccessfully to establish a university in that city. In his last will directed that his body rest in Pamplona, Roncesvalles and his entrails in his heart to Santa Maria de Ujué.
Upon the death of the January 2, 1387, was offered a hundred masses for his soul and the bells of the cathedral of Pamplona doubled to dead for fifteen days and fifteen nights.