A border post on the Pilgrim's Way and a hospitable and monumental town, Sangüesa is a mixture of the mountains and the plains, a place to see and experience.
Located 44 kilometres from Pamplona and with a population of just over 5,000, the most important town in medieval Navarre is well known thanks to the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela and its architectural treasures, particularly the facade of the church of Santa María, a superb example of Romanesque architecture that has been declared a National Monument.
Its interesting civil buildings, churches and convents evoke epochs of splendour and reveal a town that is very closely linked to its traditions. On January 6th every year the Auto Sacramental de los Reyes Magos (allegorical religious play about the Three Wise Men) takes place, one of the five that has been conserved in Spain.
Stroll through the old streets of Sangüesa and stop to take a look at every one of its splendid buildings; take part in its medieval traditions and try its famous pochas (succulent white beans). ... [+ info]
Wifi zone: en la Biblioteca pública y en la Casa de Cultura
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Site of cultural Interest Festival of Regional:
. The Mistery of the three kings (6th of january).
Description: por el conjunto monumental de Sangüesa.
Price of the visit: consultar.
Service provider: Gesartur (622 305052) y Sangüesa Tour (620 110581).
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