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Madotz is located in the Valleys of Larraun and Arakil. The hallway of Arakil is in the Natural Parks of Aralar and Urbasa-Andía. Aralar offers excursions to the mountaineering and hiking lovers and you can get there by the road from Lekunberri. In the locality of Astitz the cave of Mendukilo highlights with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. At the top of the mountain chain, 1314 meters high is the shrine of San Miguel de Aralar. The surroundings of the shrine offer beautiful views to the Mountain Chain of Andía and the corridor of the Valley of Arakil, from where you can access to the shrine through a track. In Lekunberri, the Green Way of Plazaola starts up to Andoain (40 kms) and in the village there traditional livings that keep block of stones in corners and windows and blazons in the facade, it also has a parish church of San Juan Bautista a building of the XIII century of just one nave and with circular head. In the East of Mandotz is the ideal Valley of Ultzama where it is the wonderful oakwood of Orgi. In the southeast it is the city of Pamplona with all the tourist atractions. In the North you can see the beautiful urban cores of Uitzi and Gorriti, with awesome manor houses, as well as Leitza, known by its church of blue-grey stone, its sport people and its park-museum dedicated to the stone, Peru-Harri Good panoramic views in the wind park of Kornieta.

Madotz

The most southern village of the village of Larraun, place in the mouth of the valley of Ata and mainly in the limit of the escarpment Aralar which reaches up to Madalen Aitz. Hiking can be practiced through the Green Way of Plazaola or through some of the many paths of the area, visit the Sanctuary of Saint Miguel of Aralar or go deep in the essences of the land from the cave of Mendukilo. Lordship cottages. Its church of Saint Juan Bautista is neoclassic (1818). In its term there is the dolmen of Larrázpil.

Tours

Greenway of Plazaola, Sanctuary of San Miguel de Aralar, cave of Mendukilo, etc.

Activities

For being surrounded by nature, the routes of hiking are large.

WHERE TO GO

Santuario San Miguel de Aralar
Constituye uno de los centros de espiritualidad más conocidos de Navarra. Es un templo románico con tres naves y tres ábsides localizado en lo alto de la sierra de Aralar, desde donde se divisa una pa...
Peru-Harri. Parque de la Piedra
Museo pétreo realizado por Iñaki Perurena en pleno monte, a 2 km. de Leitza en dirección a Uitzi. Un museo singular en el que artesanalmente Iñaki y su hijo Inaxio narran mitos, historia y la cultura...
Robledal de Orgi
Bosque milenario, único testigo de los robledales húmedos seculares de Navarra con gran interés ecológico. Área Natural Recreativa con zonas de acogida, paseos y de conservación. Un paisaje singular q...
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UPCOMING EVENTS

Festival Teatro Clásico
En Olite, del 20 de julio al 4 de agosto
Durante 15 días los mejores trabajos dramáticos de todos los tiempos, tales como Shakespeare, Moliere, Calderón de la Barca o Tirso de Molina son revividos en frente de las paredes del bonito Palacio ...
Baztandarren Biltzarra
En Elizondo, 21 de julio
Fiesta de Hermandad que celebran las 15 localidades que componen el Valle de Baztan. Se celebra anualmente, desde 1964, en las calles de la localidad de Elizondo. Cada pueblo desfila con una carroza ...
Jornada Gastronómica de la Sal
En Salinas de Oro, 29 de julio
La asociación 'Tierras de Iranzu' y el Ayuntamiento de Salinas de Oro junto con la colaboración del Departamento de Cultura, Turismo y Relaciones Institucionales, han organizado unas “Jornadas Gastron...
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