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El Villa Castejón

Explore Villa Castejón’s surroundings

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  • Free visit to Bodega Marqués de Montecierzo

  • Small gift for children

  • Free cot

  • Small gift for pets

  • Free Wi-Fi in the whole hotel (communal areas and rooms)

  • Free outdoor parking with video surveillance

Places to discover

El Villa Castejón

The Citadel of Pamplona

83 km

El Villa Castejón

Plaza del Castillo

84 km

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Pamplona town hall

84 km

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Calle Estafeta

83 km

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Pamplona and San Fermín

Every summer, the city of Pamplona becomes the centre of attention with its celebrations that being with the Chupinazo on the morning of 6 July and conclude around a week later. There is a whole programme of activities and Pamplona is painted red and white as people run in front of the bulls in the streets, watch bull fights in the bull ring or dance and sing along to the numerous open-air concerts.

Tudela

This city in Navarra, famous for the gem lettuces grown in the area, has many different corners to discover. The cathedral and cloisters, the Decanal Palace, the Plaza de los Fueros and the Monreal Tower are just a few of the places on the list. And, at any place you visit, you will be able to sample its excellent cuisine and the varied offering of wines from its vineyards.

El Villa Castejón
El Villa Castejón

Zaragoza

In just under one hour by car, you will find yourself in Zaragoza. The Basilica del Pilar is, without doubt, a place you just have to visit in Zaragoza. You will be amazed by the grandeur and majesty of the surroundings. And don’t forget some souvenirs: statues of the Virgen del Pilar and the famous giant sweets called “adoquines”. Stopping for a few glasses of wine on the wide streets of the Tubo area is another experience that can’t be missed during your visit to this Aragonese city.

Logroño

Strolling around the wineries, the numerous bars on Calle del Laurel for a few pinchos (small snacks) and good wine or a visit to the Co-cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda are just some of the activities you have to experience in the city. In September, there are various celebrations for the patron saint of the city, Saint Mateo. Ensure to check the calendar if you have a trip planned.

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