Pamplona, Monumento a los Fueros.
Pamplona, ​​Plaza.

Pamplona (Basque Iruña) is the capital of the Navarre region. The Spanish name derives from the Roman commander Pompey (Pompeiopolis). It is famous for its bullfighting and the bullrunning at St. Fermin. Worth a visit are the gothic cathedral of Santa Maria la Real with the cloister dating from the 14th century, the town hall with a baroque façade from the 18th century, the Magdalene Bridge, the French Gate, the Plaza de Toros and the Renaissance citadel.

Area de Pamplona - 2 km

Area de Berriozar - 3 km

Area de Ezcaba - 7 km

Camping Ezcaba - 7 km