Monasterio de la Oliva

Address: Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo, Navarra, 31310, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Crta Melida, s/n, Carcastillo.
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Travel Blogs from Carcastillo

Rural Navarra

A travel blog entry by lisa.casey on Sep 29, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... la Reina. Susanne and I said goodbye this morning as she set off earlier than I. But sure enough, walking and pausing, we met one another at Eunate, which is the site of an 12th century church. This place is on a slight detour from the Camino, so not many pilgrims visit. But tour busses do! So I was able to listen in on a description of the building, the symbols on the gateway and history of the building. The guide mentioned that there were over 200 ...

Day 8 -Obanos - Villatuerta - 20.2 kms

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Sep 08, 2015

18 photos

Paella - Paella !! Had a great sleep last night I think partially because I enlisted the 'Mandy Danielle Camino Privacy Solution'. Actually this means selecting the bunk against the wall in the corner and then hanging up ones very large sarong on the open end, a bit like when you were playing cubby houses as a child. We elected to walk out of town and have breakfast in the next village, approx 2kms away. After leaving Puente del Reina we walked through ...

Pamplona to Puente la Reina

A travel blog entry by kimlevering on May 30, 2015

2 photos

... I am literally not kidding. Over and over. Very loud. HA. "If you believe.... they put a man on the moon.. MAN ON THE MOOOOOOOON". I am usually very controlling about musical selections, but this night I let him play the songs that made him happy. Apparently only these two songs do. Luckily I had that little speaker I brought with me, because I hate low sound quality. Also at some point that night we met "Team Atlanta", a blonde girl, Michelle, and ...

Pamplona to Puente la Reina

A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 03, 2015

32 photos

... was the background music, and the vista over the green valleys, with blue mountain peaks in the background, was nothing short of spectacular. This seemed more profound than soap trading. The path drops off steeply down the hillside on the other side, to my destination, Puente la Reina, and it's all downhill. I made the very sensible (and very unusual for me) decision not to wreck my knee, and called a taxi to transport me down the drop. It was also almost sprinkling, and many all ...

Navarra trails

A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 08, 2014

4 photos

Punta la Reina to Estella I left the albergue before the sun was up, walking the quiet streets of Puenta le Reina with my great companions since day one, Èd and Carol. The first sharp uphill climb saw me sweating profusely with the exertion at such an early hour. It's funny that there are never any photos of the steep climbs and by the evening, the memory has also erased such experiences! In the small village ...