Many pilgrims who do not want to stop in Zubiri usually extend their walk to Larrasoaña as this village is located less than 5 kilometers further away, and plenty of pilgrims choose to spend more time the next day in the city of Pamplona.
This town grew around the monastery of San Agustín founded in the 10th century. The new settlers, mostly Franks, began to settle on the plain called Iriberri next to the monastery. The pilgrims arrive by crossing an elegant stone bridge, the so-called Bridge of the thieves, and in its historical case, we will find the robust church of San Nicolás de Bari, and the hospitals of Santiago and San Blas.
Accommodation in Larrasoaña
|Hotel name||Type||Price range||Room type||Other|
|Casa Tau||Country house||Mid-range||Family rooms, Private rooms with shared bathrooms||Terrace, Garden, Shared lounge, Bar & Restaurant, WiFi|
Other than some Albergues, there are not many facilities in Larrasoaña; nonetheless, the village is very charming.