The Interpretation Centre of Agriculture and Stockbreeding of Navarre
is located in Aranzadi park, a green space within Pamplona
that has a long-standing market gardening tradition and strikes the visitor with its peaceful atmosphere while being very close to the busy city centre.
It has been created with the aim of creating awareness on a number of things: the importance of agriculture and stockbreeding in our lives, respect for the environment, and the benefits of a healthy diet. It also serves to showcase and promote typical market garden produce from Navarre
The complex consists of four areas, two inside the building and another two outside:
An exhibition area
, where the production and crop areas of the region are explained. Aspects such as healthy eating, the diversity of our landscape and the evolution of agriculture and stockbreeding in Navarre
are covered. An audio-visual shows farmers, stockbreeders and local producers in the course of their work.
A gastronomy/training area
, equipped with a dining room, kitchen-workshop and a tasting room in which seminars, workshops tasting sessions and other activities are organised.
An agricultural area
, in which the visitor can see the different tasks involved in farming and the crops from the market gardens of Navarre
A livestock area
, with a stable containing sheep, hens, a cockerel and a cow, where an explanation is given about how these animals live and what they eat.