Roncesvalles, utilizado por muchos como comienzo del Camino de Santiago, nos ofrece la posibilidad de disfrutar de su maravillosa Colegiata, además de todos sus secretos y tesoros.
Te proponemos salir de Pamplona para en una Visita de Medio día, conocer este y otros lugares que recorre el peregrino desde Roncesvalles hasta Pamplona.
Roncesvalles is used for many pilgrims as the starting point for the pilgrimage to St James. In the past it wasn’t a “starting point” but it was one of the most important stops along the way. It can be prooved because of the magnificience of its Gothic Church.
We offer you to visit Roncesvalles plus other stops along the way to St James, from Pamplona, in a confortable tour with our local guide.
The little chapel of Santa Maria de Eunate, is been nominated as one of the best hidden gems of Spain by the famous Repsol guide. Read more at http://apps.repsol.com/ElMejorRincon/2013/navarra_santa_maria_de_eunate
It measures 2.50 m. 2.25 diameter by height in the vessel. It has a weight of 10060 kg (according to other data can weigh between 11,606 and 13,000 kg). It is located on the north side tower of the Cathedral Pamplona. It is used in the most solemn celebrations in touch dead, singular thing, since that stupendous bells are assigned to touch size schedule. Is the best known, the most corpulent and loudest of all the bells of the cathedral. Recently been restored all the bells of the cathedral, although this, by its enormous size has not been able to lose its original location. When they built the tower, Mary Bell was already risen to its proper place, so it is not possible to take the bell down without removing the tower itself that hosts it. There is a popular saying in our city that refers to the famous Bell Mary. Apparently its grave sound reaches many miles away (about 14 km), so that they say that the “Pamplona Basin” extends as far as the sound of Mary Bellis heard. Compared to the rest of bells Spain, ranked second in weight and size, surpassed only by a bell of Toledo (17,000 kg.). However, is the largest bell in using Spain as the Toledo hood is cracked. The date of his cast was on September 15, 1584 by Pedro de Villanueva.