Visit Sorogain, a bucolic landscape in the north of Navarre (from the Basque soro “meadow” and gain “high”), and a valley in the Pyrenean mountain range, whose upper part borders France. The Erro river crosses the valley, and its meadows, of an intense green, are pasture for the village cattle. In addition to the great beauty and tranquillity one feels in the valley, Sorogain offers other attractions, such as the mountains surrounding its basin (Adi, Tiratún, Egurtza, Oiharzabal, among others). There is also a large beech forest, a rest area and different dolmens that make up a megalithic route.
Access: From Pamplona, by the N-135 to Erro, where there is a turn-off at Biscarret.