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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Pamplona Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Pamplona on the doorstep of some of Spain's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Pamplona and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Pamplona Visitor information

Pamplona’s old town is filled with Medieval City Walls to be explored. You can visit and go inside the Old Citadel, which was built in 1571. 

Other historic attractions to visit would be the Church of Saint Lawrence, La cathedral de Santa maria & La real de Pamplona. 

The Ciudadela which was a 16th Century fortress, is now a Public Park that you can enjoy and walk through exploring its history. 

There are some excellent museums to visit, such as the Museum of Navarra, the Cathedral Museum, and the Museum of the University of Navarra. 

The Plaza del Castillo is a great place to visit with beautiful 18th Century buildings surrounding the square, and they hold many public events, religious processions, etc. 

There are many shops to look around both traditional and international, all along Avenida Carlos III and in the Old Quarter. 

The city is filled with lots of different Restaurants to enjoy. 


Pamplona has a small airport, (Pamplona-Noain Airport) which is connected to several cities. However, there are international airports nearby: Bilbao, Zaragoza or Biarritz in France. 

From the main international Airports, you can get to Pamplona either by Train, Car or Bus. 

You don't need a vehicle or public transport to get around Pamplona City Centre as it is a great place to walk the streets as all the main monuments are within walking distance from each other. 

Nearby Destinations 

Pamplona to San Sebastian – 1 hr. 10 mins by car

Pamplona to Bilbao – 1 hr. 40 mins by car 

Pamplona to Zaragoza – 1 hr. 45 mins 

History of Pamplona

The city of Pamplona was founded in 74 BC by the Roman military.

The Citadel which was built in 1571 by Philip II of Spain Made Pamplona the most strongly fortified town in northern Spain.

The medieval core of the town, La Navarrería, is dominated by the 14th – 15th Century French Gothic Cathedral. 

The most important religious buildings in Pamplona are the 14th century Gothic Cathedral, San Lorenzo Church, San Saturnino Church & the San Nicolás Church. 

In the second half of the 20th Century, the city underwent several extensions, with many city walls knocked down and wide streets being built, ready for its greatest period of industrial, demographic, and economic growth. 

 It is most famously known for its San Fermín Festival each year from July 6th to 14th, which is the Running of the Bulls.

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