Here you will find plenty of activities and experiences of all kinds, sports, cultural, gastronomic, festive, you can perform near our house. I hope you will be helpful to make your stay at Casa Martinberika an unforgettable experience for all of you.
With a route of incomparable beauty, between oak and beech forest and surrounded by greenery, we can travel 40 kilometers between Muguiro (Navarra) and Andoain (Guipuzcoa), passing through towns such as Lekumberri, Uitzi or Leitza and crossing the old tunnels through which the train track ran.
Especially noteworthy is the Uitzi tunnel, 2.7 kilometers long.
The tour is accessible to all audiences, on foot, with saddles, wheelchair, bicycle or horse.
Motor vehicles are not allowed.
In the old Lekunberri train station, which is enabled as a tourist office, there is the possibility of renting bicycles.
There is also a free bike rental service adapted for people with reduced mobility.
Plazaola Tourist Consortium
Entering it we will be able to discover the bowels of the karst mountain range of Aralar in a tour that will take us through several rooms where we will be able to appreciate different geological formations.
The temperature of the cave remains constant between 8-10º and in autumn-winter it has a lot of water.
You can also go caving by visiting rooms that are not open to the public.
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- The first is Santiago de Itxasperri. Thirteenth century temple with ashlar stone and gabled roof. It belongs to the city council and in it, plenary sessions were held for years. It is in the term of Eguiarreta, in the Arakil town hall. Here we see a detail of one of the doors of the temple. The temple is open to worship on rare occasions, including the day of Santiago, to celebrate the day of the valley.
- The second temple is Santa María de Zamarze, a Romanesque construction dating from 1140. It was declared a historical-artistic monument in 1983. The church is part of a group of 3 buildings. On an undetermined date, a high choir was built at the foot of the nave and the height of the church was divided into floors in that section. It is in the municipality of Huarte Arakil.
- The third temple is the Sanctuary of San Miguel de Aralar. With more than 1000 years of history, this Romanesque temple rises in the Sierra de Aralar, close to the top of Mount Artxueta, from where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Sakana valley. Inside we can appreciate the Romanesque altarpiece, a masterpiece of European enamelling.San Miguel de Aralar
They produce a cheese with the IDIAZABAL designation of origin.
Another star product is curd, a typical dessert of the entire Basque territory.
They make guided tours of the farm to learn about the process of making these products, with the possibility of buying their magnificent and delicious dairy products.
Guided tours are conducted to learn step by step the path of milk from origin to final consumption.
They are offered to educational centers, families, business schools, universities, institutions or public or private associations, as well as to the general public.
The visits are arranged, from Monday to Sunday, lasting 1.5 hours.
It is led by 3 young shepherds from Arruazu and they make very interesting visits where they explain the whole process of making cheese, visiting the Sierra de Aralar where their sheep graze.
You can also buy cheese on the same farm.
On the top floor of the farmhouse we can see an exhibition that teaches us the history of beekeeping.
You can buy products such as natural honeys of different floats, soaps, candles, etc.
Address: EZKURDI, 31799 Eltso
Telephone: 677 59 86 36