The Medium Area of Navarre it is a wide strip of soft hills and cliffs with cereal and wine fields which build a transition territory between the Mountain and the Riverbank. The region is formed by two historical regions of similar bioclimatic features; on the East, the named Medium Eastern Navarre , and in the West, Estella Land, which capitals are, respectively, Tafalla and Estella.
The Medium Area is crossed from East to West by the Camino de Santiago which appears full of villas and landscapes with paths of great monumental and historic value. And although the artistic heritage forms the highlighted of this area, there are also births of rivers, gorges, reservoirs and other natural resource of great beauty.
In this region are also many important localities in the history of the Kingdom of Navarre and other of medieval origin raised with defense nature against Muslims and Castilians, which conserve fortifications, strong roman and gothic churches, and many palaces and shield big houses.
The territory limits in the North with the last Southern mountain chains of the Pyrenean System and it is crossed by the biggest tributaries of the Ebro: the Ega, the Arga and the Aragón. The rainfall is 500-700 mm/year and the temperatures are between 5º and 22º, they remind the Continental climate. The region is communicated by the road from Pamplona, Logroño, Zaragoza and Jaca and it has a thick interior net of regional road that make quickly accessible by car anywhere you want visit.
On the slope of the Natural park of Urbasa-Andía, next to the birth of Ubagua and the swamp of Alloz. Gothic parish and with other added styles with bigger Romanesque altarpiece. Big houses from the XVII century with big gates and shields. Ethnographic museum. Ideal for hiking, BTT, horse walks, climbing in the close Etxauri or nautical sports in the reservoir of Alloz.
Pamplona, Estella, Urbasa and Andia, Alloz Reservoir, Ubagua source.
Hiking, water sports in the Alloz reservoir.