Trinidad de Arre

Camino Frances

To end of camino
705.0
Altitude
434

Arleta

2.10

Trinidad de Arre

0.60

Villava

Services
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Medical Center
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes

Crossing over the río Ulzama you arrive to the district of Arre. Trinidad de Arre marks the point where you begin a mostly urban walk into Pamplona.

The camino here is joined by another from Bayonne to the northeast. It is an uncommon route by most measures, but if you find yourself among a few new faces, you may just ask them if they came along the Camino Baztán.

The albergue which is at the far end of the bridge is historically significant. Not only is it one of the oldest continually running albergues on the camino but it is also one of the most complete medieval monasteries in Navarra.

The Road

The next 7km are through the suburbs into and out of Pamplona.

City Map
Accommodation in Trinidad de Arre
Parochial
Camino de Santiago Accommodation: Albergue de Trinidad de Arre

Comments

All Caminos App User (not verified)

We stayed at an albergue just over the bridge on the way into the city. One of my Korean friends told me the next day that the host was putting all the East Asian pilgrims in a separate, unfinished, second-floor room, while putting other pilgrims in the finished first-floor area. Not sure if the host is always the same or not, but several of us had unpleasant encounters with him and so I wanted to let future pilgrims know to consider a different albergue!

Camino de Sant… (not verified)

The chapel was beautiful. The accommodations were clean. The staff was very kind and helpful. The courtyard was the perfect place to drink wine and share stories with other pilgrims!

Camino de Sant…

Keep your eyes open or you might miss the Camino path.