The sleek and harmonious silhouette of the Castle-Palace stands out against the skyline of Olite, a small town in the centre of Navarre just 42 kilometres south of Pamplona that was the seat of the Royal Court of the kingdom in the Middle Ages.
The thick walls and crenelated towers of the Palace were home to monarchs and princes. Declared a national monument in 1925, it is the best example of civil Gothic architecture in Navarre and one of the most notable in Europe.
A walk through the narrow streets of Olite will take you past noble stone houses with coats or arms on their facades and grandiose wooden eaves, mediaeval galleries and splendid churches, and the Roman wall surrounding the town.
Its Mediterranean climate has also made Olite a wine capital. Visit its bodegas (wineries) and try their wines. Let yourself be guided, the town will take you back to an era of tournaments, kings and princesses, wizards and jugglers, falconers and archers; they all return to Olite every August for a Mediaeval Fair.
Olite is also host to a Classical Theatre Festival in the summer. ... [+ info]
Wifi zone: Biblioteca pública 948 740 772 y Bar Katixa (Rua Mirapies).
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Description: visitas al Palacio Real, visitas familiares, visitas tetralizadas, visitas Palacio y casco antiguo, visita "Los Secretos de Olite". También disponen de audioguía.
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Service provider: Guiarte Servicios Turísticos 948 741 273.
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