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Foz de Lumbier

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Foz de Lumbier
This historical town of great strategic importance in the past lies in the Lumbier-Aoiz basin at the foot of the Sierra de Leire, close to the confluence of the Irati and Salazar rivers.

In its compact urban centre, the hilly streets remind us of the proximity of the Pyrenees. There are numerous traditional houses featuring coats-of-arms and semi-circular arched doorways framing carved doors. The oldest town hall in Navarre stands on Calle Mayor, a Renaissance building from the 15th century.

To the south of the town, carved out by the erosion of the Irati river, is the Lumbier Gorge, a vast gully inhabited by a huge colony of vultures along which the Irati, the first electric train in Spain, used to run.

Location

Services

  • Accommodation
  • Bank
  • Cashpoint
  • Child-park
  • Fronton
  • Health centre
  • Internet
  • Medical centre
  • Pharmacy
  • Picnic spot
  • Pub
  • Restaurant / coffee-houses
  • Sports centre
  • Supermarket / shop
  • Swimming area
  • Swimming-pool
  • Tourist Office

Observations

dispone de un centro de interpretación de las foces.

How to get there and move around

salir de Pamplona por la AP-15 dirección Imarcoain hasta la salida 82 hacia Noain/Sangüesa/Huesca que enlaza con la A-21. Continuar por la autovía hasta enlazar con la NA-150 hasta llegar al cruce de Lumbier.

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