Parque Natural Urbasa Andia, Pamplona

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  • Address: Urbasa, Navarra, Spain, Pamplona
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +34-848427865
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
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About Parque Natural Urbasa Andia, Pamplona

The Parque Natural Urbasa Andia comprises of four territories namely; Urbasa, Monte Limitations, Sierra de Andia and Bakedano that were declared as a natural park in the year 1997. Limestone rock forms the base of the park which came into existence from the remains of living organisms that lived in the sea 65 million years ago. The park is blessed with the magnificent beauty of nature and is apt for kids as well. The park is rich with vegetation and wildlife and is a much recommended visit in Spain.

Parque Natural Urbasa Andia Information

  • Parque Natural Urbasa Andi is a 1 hour drive from Pamplona.
  • The place gets really cold. An extra layer of clothing is recommended.
  • Ticket prices are not available.

Parque Natural Urbasa Andia Opening and Closing Hours

  • Easter: from April 2 to April 12, CIN open 11:00 to 18:00.
  • Spring 2015: CIN closed until May 1 (except Easter, from 2 to 6 April).
  • Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 11:00 to 18:00.

How To reach Parque Natural Urbasa Andia by Public Transport

  • Train: Etxarri-Aranatz
  • Bus: Baquedano

Restaurants Near Parque Natural Urbasa Andia

  • Casa Faustina
  • Restaurante Urederra
  • Hotel Palacio Dos Olivos

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  • Nice escape from urban environment, nature at your service.

  • Gorgeous park with TONS of trails and animals!

  • Magical place at any time of the year!

  • It was juste amazing ! This place is so beautiful !

  • Very nice natural park in Navarre, plenty of hikes with espectacular views and beech forests.

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