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It is in the Corridor of Arakil that is surrounded by the Natural Parks of Aralar and Urbasa-Andía. Aralar is a big karstic massif that goes from Navarre and Guipúzcoa and that offers excursions to the mountain and hiking lovers, you can go up by the road from Lekunberri. This village has many traditional livings and a parish church, San Juan Bautista, built in the XIII century.From Lekiunverri you can go to the Green Way of Plazaola. In Astiz, the cave of Mendukilo highlights with its stalactites and stalagmites. At the top of the mountain chain of Arlar, 1341 m high is the hermitage 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 where you can get to the shrine throgh a track. We also mention the circular path that let visiting the set of births of Iribas: Aitzarreta that begins the river Ertzilla and Basakaitz where the river Larraun is born; route that lets also to get closer to the wonderful cave of Lacegalde.
Going through the Valley of Arakil,we will reach Etxarri Aranaz where it is the denominated route of the dolmens. Likewise it is worth to highlight that at the end of the corridor of Irakil it is the Natural Park of Izlorri-Aratz (Guipuzcoa). The mountain chains of Urbasa and Andía are Natural Park owing to its geological, biologic, ecologic, landscape and archeological wealth. In the Southeast it is the city of Pamplona with all its tourist attractions and in the East the Forest ORgi and the bucolic Valley of Ultzama.
Quiet village located on the feet of the mountain chains of Aralar, Urbasa and Andía. Its parish of San Martín, of medieval origin, was rebuilt in the XVI century, with a big altarpiece from the XVII century. Its gothic virgin from the XV century is kept in the Diocesan Museum of Pamplona. There are two hermitages and in the cottage you can see big houses, two of them with rococo shields.
San Miguel de Aralar, Mountain Chain of Urbasa. Mountain chain of Andía.
Hiking. Picking up mushrooms.