Thanks to this range of places, you can organise your own personal route around the wine-making lands of Navarre. You can stay in places with vineyard-filled landscapes, visit wineries – modern and ancient, family businesses or industrially run – where you can see great architectural wealth and interesting wine-related art collections, and, of course, taste excellent wines that will act as the perfect complement to the traditional cuisine that you may choose to try.
The Wine Route also provides you with the opportunity to carry out different activities such as walking, cycling or horseriding among the vines, learning about wine by participating in guided tastings, enjoying vantage points with useful information boards, and carrying out visits to the region’s greatest tourist attractions, including the Royal Palace and Castle at Olite, the wine museum, the church of Santa María de Eunate, the Roman bridge at Puente la Reina, the walled town of Artajona or Ujué.
You can become familiar with part of the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago, which also left its mark on the region, and a rosary of small churches built, according to popular tradition, using wine instead of water as one of the construction materials.
For more information, go to the official page of the Navarre Wine Route by clicking here.