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You either need to be a Camino Walker or have a car to Visit lovely little chapel and it is not very well sign posted from the nearby roads
It is very small and simple inside, but amazing to think it has survived a thousand...More
I was walking the Camino and stayed in Murazabal where the hosts allowed me to ride a bike out to the church. Although the Church was closed for the day, I walked around the perimeter, chose a lovely spot to meditate. It was probably better...More
The church is small but has some good history to it. There was no one there working when I went by while hiking the Camino de Santiago. The church is from the 12th century so I can only imagine all the history in this place.
This delightful little church, set apart in the Navarrese countryside, is a couple of miles from the Camino but worth the visit. A most unusual example of Romanesque architecture, in octagonal form and surrounded by an arcade, made from the glowing umber stone of the...More
Just a few kilometers outside pamplona. Probably about 25 minutes, I suppose. Out in the middle of a field with a pilgrim hostal next door. Not a whole lot to look at, really, though extremely interesting from an architectural/historical standpoint. Stopping point along the Saint...More