Navarra is a mountainous region cut with deep valleys. You can explore the Pamplona Basin, view the Salazar Valley, the Valle de Roncal and the Biodasoa Valley or admire the peaks of the Navarron Pyrenees. Take time to wander through the dense Irati Forest. While some come to the region to go to Pamplona for its Running of the Bulls, others arrive with different intentions. They spend time visiting Burlada and other small communities. If this is your agenda, check first in EasyToBook.com to locate hotels. At the same time, check out the region’s and Burlada tourism for help in arranging your trip. It may be possible to spend a weekend in Burlada and its environs.
Burlada culture finds expression in its local festivals and buildings. Burlada attractions include its Romanesque church and the San Fermin Festival. Other Burlada sights are its park, La Parque de la Nogalera. If you want some things to do in Burlada, take a walk through this park or the Palacete Parque Uranga. You can go shopping in Burlada, but there are also local handicrafts available in nearby towns and villages.