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Sendaviva

The largest family leisure park in the peninsula is only 15 minutes away from the hotel. Children and adults can enjoy about thirty attractions for all ages, among which are Valhalla, a virtual reality tour along rollercoasters; Tubing, the longest straight toboggan in Europe (300 metres long, 60 metre slope); and the Gran Tirolina, a 650-metre-long zipline. Also noteworthy are its shows, like the circus or the birds of prey flight show, one of the most outstanding of its kind in Europe. What’s more, the park has a large family of animals made up of more than 800 representatives of 200 species: white tigers, grizzly bears, kangaroos and more. To get to know them better, you can sign up to interactive activities like “Cuidador por un día” (Carer for a Day) or “Mundo Zoorprendente” (Zoorprising World), where you get to take care of animals.

Bardenas Reales Natural Park

Discover what looks like a surprising lunar landscape only 20 minutes from the hotel.

Its 42,500 hectares are home to spectacular geological formations like cliffs, plateaux or lonely hills that, with their particular beauty, led the park to be listed as a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO. A perfect location for active tourism, it contains more than 700 km of signposted trails you can walk or cycle along, as well as routes for motor vehicles.

Many of the sites might be familiar due to the many commercials, music videos, films or TV series that have been shot here. It is not one of the favourite locations of photography lovers for nothing.

Despite its semi-arid appearance, it is home to a rich fauna and flora, and it is a prime birdwatching location. Eagles, vultures, bustards, foxes, genets and reptiles are only a few of its inhabitants.

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Tudela

The capital of Ribera de Navarra, only 10 minutes from the hotel, will surprise you with its history, gastronomy and culture.

Founded in the year 802, it is one of the most important cities of Islamic origin in Europe, among other reasons, for having been a haven of coexistence for Jewish, Muslim and Mozarabic cultures for several centuries.

This cultural mix can still be felt in the many buildings that remain from that time. Also known for its rich gastronomy, rich in local products like artichokes, asparagus and lettuce hearts, it is a wonderful destination for gastronomic tourism. That is why every year it celebrates Vegetable Celebration Week, declared a Festivity of Regional Tourist Interest.

As it is a lively city throughout the year, there are other dates worth making on your calendars, such as the patron saint celebrations in honour of Saint Ana (in July) or the festivities of El Volatín and the Descent of the Angel (during the Holy Week), which are Festivities of National Tourist Interest.

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Olite

Those of you with a passion for history will love this mediaeval town only 25 minutes away from the hotel. It is known for its spectacular Royal Palace, the court of the Kings of Navarre until Navarre was conquered and absorbed by the Crown of Castille in 1512. It is the most important building done in Navarre’s civil Gothic architectural style and one of the most noteworthy examples of its kind in Europe, which is why it was declared a National Monument in 1925. For its historic and architectural richness, the Royal Palace is proof of the splendour of Olite during the Middle Ages, when it hosted the Court during the reign of Carlos III the Noble, who is remembered by the town during its Mediaeval Festivities (in August).

Olite is also known for its Classical Theatre Festival (in summer) and its many wineries, which fill the town with some of the finest wines in Navarre.

Tarazona and El Moncayo

At the foot of the Moncayo Massif is Tarazona, one of the most beautiful and monumental cities in Aragon, known for its cathedral of Santa María de Huerta, a unique Gothic temple showcasing both Mudejar and Renaissance styles. Its Jewish Quarter is also well-known, as is its 18th-century octagonal bullring, one of the few to have this shape in Spain.

Borja and the Monastery of Veruela are two more key sites in the area, but we cannot leave out the Moncayo Natural Park, one of the most unique natural landscapes in Aragon, providing visitors with a wide range of trails with which to soak up the richness of its flora and fauna.

Cycling enthusiasts can also enjoy the Green Trail of the Tarazonica, a 22-km route that connects Tudela to Tarazona tracing the old railway line.

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