With a capacity for 12 guests, Atseden offers new, comfortable facilities and a garden in which you can relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the hostel.
A personal entry code allows guests to enter and leave whenever they want. This gives you more flexibility to visit the town of Obanos, to amble through its streets and squares, discover its architecture and enjoy its bars, restaurants and shops or make use of services such as cash machines or the pharmacy.
Atseden Hostel offers you tranquillity, comfort, impeccable facilities and, above all, a pleasant and friendly service. It’s the ideal place to rest and recharge your batteries at the end of a long day.
Atseden is also offered to families, groups and tourists in general who want to have the entire house for days and vacational stays.
Atseden can accommodate up to 12 people in 6 double cabins, offering guests more privacy and exclusivity in a tranquil environment. Accommodation includes breakfast and luggage storage. You can also rent towels, sheets or blankets if necessary. There is a laundry wash and dry service available, but if you want to hand wash your own clothes then you can use the laundry room and an outdoor, covered clothes line.
Bunk bed with fitted sheet and pillow case. Two-person cabins in a mixed dorm. Luggage storage and buffet breakfast included.
Accommodation: 15 €/night
Accredited pilgrims: 13 €/night
Washing machine: 2 €
Dryer: 2 €
Sheet rental: 2 €
Blanket rental: 2 €
Towel rental: 2 €
Days of opening
From March 15th to October 15th
Check in: 13:00 20:00
Check out: 6:00 09:00
Full rental of the house by days and vacation stays of families, groups and tourists in general who want to have the entire house available. Capacity for 12 people. Breakfast not included. Minimum rental 2 days.
Entire house: 150 €/day
Peak season:240 €/day
Days of opening
Easter: March 26 to April 3. San Fermín: July 5 to 14. August: fridays, saturdays and sundays. "Puente Foral de Navarra" (long weekend): December 6 to 9. Christmas: December 22 to January 6.
Obanos is a well-tended town and its streets and houses reflect its medieval past. Don’t miss a stroll through its streets to discover the beautiful civil architecture with brick or stone houses. Also part of the town’s rich architectural heritage are San Juan Bautista church and the hermitages San Salvador, San Lorenzo and Arnotegui.
The town’s cultural offering includes a theatre performance of "El Misterio de Obanos" (The Mystery of Obanos), which can be seen in June every odd year. "El Misterio de Obanos" recounts the legend of saints Guillén and Felicia, who were brother and sister, and the history of the Camino de Santiago. This is a great option if the timing of your trip happens to coincide with it — it’s a privilege to be able to enjoy an event declared a "Fiesta of National Tourist Interest".
Around wine culture, there is a tourist proposal that includes several towns with visits to wineries, and allowing also to know the territory and the rich heritage of Navarra. Obanos and more specifically the Orvalaiz Winery are part of this gastronomic and cultural offer.
(Photo by: Nacho Domínguez Argenta on Unsplash)
Pamplona Puente la Reina
Distance: 24 km
Leaving Pamplona behind, the path takes you towards Cizur, and you'll cross a landscape of cereal crops. The Camino then slowly rises to "Alto del Perdón" (The Mount of Forgiveness), which offers fantastic views of the landscape you’ve left behind and that still ahead of you. Heading downhill, after passing through Uterga and Muruzábal, you’ll reach Obanos, the town where pilgrims arriving from Monreal via the Camino Aragonés meet up. From here, it’s only another 2 km to Puente la Reina, the final town on this stage of the Camino.
Monreal Puente la Reina
Distance: 30 km
A long and difficult stage, but one that is exceptionally beautiful due to its landscape with little ravines, hillsides, oak-lined paths, farmland and grazing livestock. From Monreal, passing through the valley of the river Elorz and advancing along the foot of the Alaiz mountain range, you take in some typical towns until you arrive at the Eunate Hermitage, where you’ll be able to admire this beautiful Templar structure. At Obanos, the route links up with the Camino Francés and then continues on to Puente la Reina.