Navarra is a small community that surprises by the vast natural and cultural diversity that it offers. Visiting this land means enjoying its history, culture, gastronomy, and nature.
It is a destination that strives to offer experiences, environments, and services with universal accessibility. A sample of this is its restaurants, museums, trails, wine cellars and accessible accommodations that will make the visitor enjoy a great adapted trip.
In Reyno de Navarra tourism website you can find detailed information on the universal accessibility that can be enjoyed on its lands, incorporating more and more information to suit different needs.
The following places are recommended for the traveler with reduced mobility:
Navarra offers an ideal natural environment for hiking lovers because of its great diversity. The Basari and Foz de Burgui trails, run along the left side of the river Esca in the Roncal valley. You can see some of the birds that inhabit the rocky cliffs, such as the majestic royal eagles. The circular path in the natural recreational area of Leurtza crosses a beautiful beech forest. It is common to meet the red frog there because it is its natural habitat. The Urbasa trail runs through an area of beeches and pastures of the Natural Park of Urbasa-Andía, where the megalithic monuments of the route contrast with the splendor of the forest and the Orgi trail. This trail ascends to the height of Guelbenzu, from where it is possible to appreciate much of the oak tree forest. All of them are adapted for people with reduced mobility (PMR). Further information can be found at Basari y Foz de Burgui trail, Leurtza trail, Urbasa trail and Orgi trail.
San Miguel de Aralar's Sanctuary
The San Miguel's sanctuary in Excelsis, with more than a thousand years of history, is in the Sierra de Aralar, next to the top of the Artxueta mount, from which you can enjoy breathtaking views. The Sanctuary stands out for the Retablo of Aralar, a work of art of 2 meters in length by 1,14 in height that presides over the presbytery of the temple. Inside the Sanctuary, visitors with reduced mobility can move on a platform that skips the unevenness and stairs. It has a parking lot with areas reserved for people with reduced mobility (PMR), as well as an adapted bathroom in the restaurant that belongs to the same complex, located next to the Sanctuary. More information can be found at San Miguel Sanctuary in Excelsis.
Museum of the Vineyard and the Wine of Navarra
The Wine Museum is in the former palace of Santo Ángel, a 17th-century building. It shows the historical evolution of wine in Navarra, its universal context, myths, and rituals, as well as other aspects of wine. This exhibition center has four floors to which people with reduced mobility (PMR) can access through an elevator. You must talk with the museum's staff when you need to use it. It also has adapted bathroom in the basement. You can see more information about the Museum of the Vineyard and the Wine of Navarra.
Adapted Wine Cellars
Navarra is a land of good wine, so you can visit many wine cellars. Those that stand out for their accessibility for people with reduced mobility (PMR) are the Bodegas Manzanos that has a French chateaux style. It is in the town of Azagra on a natural lookout point, where the waters of the Ebro and Ega rivers converge. In the cradle of the wine of the Denomination of Origin Called Rioja; Bodega Otazu, where architecture, nature, art and wine blend, is located between the Sierra del Perdón and the Sierra de Echauri; and Bodegas Piedemonte, currently in expansion, located in the historic city of Olite. For more information about these adapted wineries, you can access Wince Cellars you can visit.
Source: Reyno de Navarra Tourism