Information about Pamplona
Pamplona, Iruña, is the capital of Navarre, which is crossed by the Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago de Compostela. The streets and squares of the old town are packed with original churches, monuments and ramparts, attracting many visitors to its campsite in Pamplona, Basque Country. The San Fermin festivities (early July) welcome all five continents, dressed in red and white.
Pamplona is a must-visit city: discover the treasures of its history, the Cathedral, Santa Maria, the Church of San Saturnino, stroll along the foot of the centuries-old walls, taste the famous pintxos in the bars of Rue St Nicolas…
Ideally located between the sea and the mountains, in Hendaye, it invites you to escape to the Spanish Basque Country not far from your Pays Basque Espagnol campsite.
Enjoy a family camping vacation in a natural setting on the Basque coast with the whole family on one of our camping pitches for mobile homes and motorhomes not far from the children’s playground.
Sightseeing in Pamplona
During your stay at our campsite in Pamplona, there are many tourist attractions not to be missed. Among the towns to visit, don’t hesitate to head for Spain and, more specifically, Pamplona. This city of 200,000 inhabitants is steeped in history and has many monuments to discover from your camping holiday in Pamplona.
The city’s many religious buildings include the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Pamplona, the Church of San Nicolas and the Church of San Saturnino. Not to be missed are the Plaza del Castillo and the citadel walls.
To discover the cultural and historical wealth of this town, don’t hesitate to visit the Musée de Navarre. The town boasts exceptional architecture and offers pleasant strolls through the heart of the old town. If you go at the beginning of July, you’ll have the chance to enjoy the Saint-Firmin festivities, with their great bullfights.
Pamplona is a lively, typical Spanish city where you can enjoy the country’s culture and gastronomic delights from your campsite in the Basque Country. So why not spend a day in Pamplona during your stay in the Basque Country?