→ 4.00 → Munitibar → 6.20km → Olabe

Altitude
185
To end of camino
730.50
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes

If you ask the locals, or don’t since they will none-the-less volunteer their opinion, Munitibar is the very heart of the Basque country. It kind of feels that way too.

Fiesta

January: San Vicente on the 22nd.
June: San Pedro on the 29th.
July: San Cristobal on the 10th.
September: Nuestra Señora de Gerrikaitz on the 8th.

History

The old trading routes once passed through here, sending wool and wine from Logroño up to the sea while hauling back fish on the return trip.

The Road

After crossing the main square in Munitibar, the camino turns left at the church to follow the main road out of town, though only for a short distance. Less than 50m beyond the river it turns left up a side road, climbing up to and beyond the Ermita de Santiago. From the ermita it descends towards Olabe.

Accommodation in Munitibar

Comments

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

Like others said no groceries but a nice cafe on the main plaza right on the camino