Camino from Pamplona to Logrono
The Camino from Pamplona to Logrono along the Camino Frances is a wonderful way to spend a week and also avoid the crowds going into Santiago de Compostela. This route is 95 km and finishes in Logroño, the capital of the La Rioja Wine Region.
This section of the Camino de Santiago starts in the city of Pamplona (Iruña in Basque), world-famous for its San Fermín running of the bulls festival, which takes place in July every year. From Pamplona, the Camino takes pilgrims to the photogenic pilgrim sculpture at Alto del Perdón, where you will enjoy fantastic 360 panoramic views of Pamplona, the valley, and the vast countryside ahead, before continuing on your way.
On this section of the Camino, you will walk across the mountains of Navarra and the red earth vineyards of La Rioja, passing medieval bridges, castles, churches, and picturesque villages along the way, such as Puente de la Reina, Cirauqui, Estella-Lizarra, and Viana. You can stop at Bodegas Irache for a rest and a quick sip at the free wine fountain! This is one of the many highlights of the Camino and where you will get to meet other pilgrims!
This section of the Camino finishes in Logroño, capital of La Rioja wine region, and a fantastic city to discover authentic Spanish ‘tapas’. On the last day of your journey, you can choose to split the walking into two days so you can relax and enjoy the scenery a little longer. We would highly recommend spending a night in Viana if you have an extra day. This is an unmissable town with much to love for history buffs and those interested in colonial Spain.
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