Camino Francés: Pamplona - Logroño


The terrain becomes gentler before arriving to Pamplona without becoming completely flat.  There will be several hills along the way, but the flat stretches begin to be longer, more frequent and easier as you as you near Logroño. Vineyards, quaint villages and a diverse landscape greet you through this lovely stretch of the Camino.

You'll pass several small bodegas along this stage, where you can enjoy a short stop and perhaps tour a bodega or two to include wine tasting in this region.  We recommend enjoying and trying as much as possible.

In addition, both Navarra and Rioja are known for their excellent gastronomy, and provide you with plenty of really good opportunities to experience the cuisine of these two regions during your trip.

Service functions are generally good with many smaller towns along the way.

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? NOTE: nowhere, in any Camino, will steep cliffs be found next to path!

1: Very easy. Flat and without significant gradients. Good and normally wide paths.

2: Easy. Slightly hilly. Good and normally wide paths.

3: Medium. Hilly, possibly with longer distances between service facilities/cities. Good, sometimes narrow paths.

4: Medium/Hard. Longer, steeper climbs, perhaps with few servicefacilities/cities. Good, sometimes narrow paths.

5: Hard. Long gradient(s), possibly few facilities. Very hilly. Good, sometimes narrow paths.

Featured places: Pamplona, Visit to Bodegas, Puente de Reina, Estella, Viana, Logroño

Distance: 95km. (59 miles)

The section profile

Camino de Santiago Francés Walk

Steps in this section walk

1.- Pamplona - Puente la Reina 24 km

2.- Puente la Reina - Estella 22 km

3.- Estella - Los Arcos 23 km

4.- Los Arcos - Logroño 26 km

Camino de Santiago Francés by bike

Steps in this section by bike

1.- Pamplona - Estella (46 km)

2.- Estella - Logroño (40 km)

* Remember you can always customize the stages of their journey

Including travel this stretch walk
Including travel this stretch by bike