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Vasco Navarro Railway Greenway

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The Vasco Navarro Railway Greenway, also known as the “Camino del Trenico”, is a tourist and recreational route that follows the path of the old railway line that linked Estella-Lizarra in Navarre with Mekolalde in the Basque Country.

This greenway stretches for some 120 kilometres, passing through beautiful natural landscapes, charming villages and vestiges of the region’s railway history.

The route has been reconditioned for the enjoyment of pedestrians, cyclists and, in certain sections, horse riders, making it an ideal place for active leisure and sustainable tourism.

As you enter the Greenway from Antoñana, you will be greeted by the gentle rattle of the old rails that once carried trains laden with stories and goods.

The track, now transformed into a greenway, winds through fields and forests, offering panoramic views of the Basque countryside. Ideal for walking or cycling, along the route don’t miss the remains of abandoned stations and wrought iron bridges that offer silent testimonies of a railway past that has left an indelible mark on the landscape.

On your way you will find the Vasco Navarro Railway Greenway Interpretation Centre. The Vasco Navarro Railway Greenway Interpretation Centre is a space dedicated to the dissemination and understanding of the rich railway history and heritage of the region.

Strategically located along the Greenway, this centre offers you the chance to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the railway and discover the secrets of a route that was crucial for the connectivity of the Basque Country and Navarre.

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