The Camino de Santiago from Pamplona to Logroño is one of the stretches of the Camino de Santiago preferred by pilgrims, both for its cultural richness and for its exquisite gastronomic and wine culture. The tour crosses a landscape dotted with olive trees and vineyards and is carried out in the company of bucolic rivers such as the Arga or the Ebro.
On this route you will have the opportunity to visit two of the most beautiful cities in northern Spain: Pamplona, capital of Navarra, where every July the San Fermín festival, and Logroño, capital of La Rioja, is celebrated. Medieval villages such as Puente la Reina, Estella or Los Arcos, in which some of the stages end, will also conquer you with their charm.
One of the most surprising landmarks of this route is the visit to the wine fountain, belonging to the Irache winery. A fountain emanates free wine and water all year round. A dream come true for wine lovers!
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The Cathedral of Santa Maria is a must, as well as the wall and the Citadel. It is also highly recommended to explore the bustling streets of its old town, where you will find a deep-rooted tapas culture.
The city has many other sights, such as palaces, squares, gardens and emblematic buildings. To discover Pamplona in depth, you will need to spend two nights in the city, so please contact us if you want to add an extra night to your trip.
Accommodation: Overnight in Pamplona.
After catching your breath, you will start the descent along a dirt track, until you reach the Romanesque bridge that leads to Puente la Reina, where the stage ends. We recommend you take the afternoon to visit the narrow underground passages that link some of the streets of this medieval town.
Distance: 23 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Puente la Reina.
By the banks of the River Erga you will reach Estella, where the second stage of the Camino Frances from Pamplona ends. In this medieval village, you can visit various temples, some palaces and a saltwater spring. We also recommend visiting some of the original sections of the wall that once bordered the city: the Puerta de San Nicolás and the Puerta de Santa María.
Distance: 23 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Estella.
Afterwards, surrounded by the tranquillity provided by the wine landscapes of this region of Spain, you will reach Los Arcos, another of the medieval towns on the route. We suggest you visit the remains of its ancient wall, the Church of Santa Maria and the closed fountain, located under the floor.
Distance: 21,5 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Los Arcos.
Then, along trails and dirt tracks you will reach Torres del Río, a small village with steep, baroque streets, and then Viana. Surrounded by pine trees and orchards, and in the company of the River Ebro, you will reach the end of the stage: Logroño.
Distance: 27 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Logroño.
Option: If you would like a shorter stage you can stay overnight in Viana. Please contact us for more information.
It also has a nice old town which is worth walking through. Calle Laurel is best known for tapas and wines, although there are many others such as Mercado or San Juan.
Logroño also houses numerous wineries open to the public, such as Marqués de Murrieta, Campo Viejo or Marqués de Vargas, but to have time to visit them you will need an extra day in the city. Ask us if you want to add an extra night to your trip.
On the other hand, if you think that 6 days and 5 nights on the Camino de Santiago have not been enough, do not hesitate to contact us to include on your trip some of the stages of the stretch that joins Logroño and Burgos.
Selection of hotels and cottages
Our partner travel agencies only works with accommodation that have private bathrooms and that guarantee maximum comfort and convenience to those pilgrims who book with us.
Since reservations are subject to availability, the name of the hotels and cottages you will stay in will be provided to you 1 month before you start your pilgrimage.
Booking single rooms
You can book your stay on the Camino de Santiago by staying in single rooms, which also include a private bathroom. Single rooms are subject to an additional charge for the selected route.
Accommodation in single rooms is subject to availability in hotels and cottages as it is a highly sought-after service. Reservations must be made in advance.
Commitment to quality
To ensure the quality standards of the accommodation with which we collaborate, our partner travel agencies teams travels to each of them to check that their facilities and services, as well as the quality of their attention, are excellent. Only in this way, can we guarantee you the best rest and an unforgettable stay while you are on the Camino de Santiago.
In addition, if due to the low capacity of some of the hotels or cottages with which we collaborate, there is no availability, we guarantee that they will offer you other accommodation of the same range or even of superior quality.
All hotels and cottages have been selected with the utmost care, to guarantee your rest and comfort on all stages of the Camino de Santiago
- Staying in hotels and cottages.
- Accommodation with a private bathroom in your room.
- Detailed itinerary of the reserved route.
- Selected meal plan.
- Baggage transfer between stages.
- Personal assistance 24/7, by phone, throughout the trip.
- Emergency assistance car available
- Information dossier for the Camino de Santiago from Pamplona.
- Taxes included.
- Booking of single rooms at an additional cost.
- Picnics to go (includes sandwich, drink and dessert).
- Additional nights (breakfast included).
- Transfers according to your needs.
- Assistance insurance during the tour.
- Travel cancellation insurance.