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We visited here on a Friday morning, and were lucky to get a parking spot at the entrance of the town.
We realised when we got to the church that this was because we'd arrived just as a service was about to start, so couldn't...More
Staying in Tafala we visited Olite, the Bardenas Reales and the tiny village of Ujué, considered one of Spain's most beautiful villages. Perched on a high hill overlooking the barren landscape this hamlet of around 150 souls, mostly old people, is worth driving the 15...More
This town and its church is definitely worth visiting. The medieval architecture is carefully preserved and is considered a Spanish National Monument. This is not a museum but a church with regular masses and religious services. Walking through the streets in this town is like...More
Sitting atop the hill that is the medieval town of Ujue is this unique Spanish National Monument, a church that started as romanesque and remains at the main altar as such with the rest modified in the XIV century to a Gothic style with an...More
If in the area, a visit to Ujue is highly recommended. It is a quaint village and the church is the highlight. You can drive to the church but the downward descent is a bit hairy if you continue in an anti clockwise direction. There...More
Can't find a way of writing about Ujue alone, but wanted to say that approaching the town from the south (from Carcastillo) gives the best views, ones that are seen on pretty much every poster of Navarre. Taken at the right time of year (early...More