Flat in a residential area, 5 min from city center

Flat in a residential area, 5 min from city center


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

The neighbourhood is called Sarriguren, with lots of green areas, excellent weather and plenty of services. Restaurants, bars, beer gardens, supermarkets, a health centre, local swimming pool and a great backyard with a basketball court. 5 minutes away from the city centre, everything within walking distance. The flat has 86 square metres, with stunning light flowing through the kitchen and living room in the morning. Silent and quiet, it is petfectly isolated from outside noises. Plenty of leisure areas for children as well. It comes with a garage and storage room. Perfect for families with 2 or 3 children, but also for couples or people who like travelling alone. The city is notorious for the famous festival Sanfermines, which lasts for 10 days in July. It's an event that crosses borders and contributes to join cultures, lifestyles, traditions and beliefs in a lively environment.
The views from the flat are breathtaking, with imposing mountains in the background. There are very important sites and landmarks to go visit during your stay, such as the medieval fortress in the city centre, called "The Citadel", the cathedral, the old part of the city is charming and spellbinding., absolutely captivating. It's worth walking and getting lost in its intricated streets, discovering new things at every turn and enjoying the local gastronomy and award-winning wines.


More about us

  1. We're a couple with two children. They're 6 and 2 years old, but they like going places.

  2. We're both English teachers. My wife works in a public school and I have an English Academy. Teaching languages help opening the mind and makes you more sensible to the difference as you dive into other cultures and traditions.

  3. We love traveling and knowing new people. We've been to the States before, several times, and we loved it. We've also been around Europe and we can affirm without hesitation that those were our best trips. We'd like our daughters to start enjoying what it entails to travel to a different place, living for a while in a different home, doing other activities.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
There are plenty of restaurants for a quick meal, for a more sophisticated one, for a romantic dinner...a little bit for every taste.
Cool bars
There is a bunch of bars in the neighbourhood offering a wide range of food and drinks
Cozy cafés
A chill out cafe, an irish pub and other local amenities are waiting for you.
Bit of culture
We're 5 minutes by car away from the city centre, the heart of the famous festival Sanfermines. You can explore the bullrun course, go to the medieval fortress in the centre and walk along the big walls that enclosed the city centuries ago. A bit of history round each corner.
Walks in the park
Plenty of green areas, bike paths through the vegetation and along the river...nature lovers will be pleased.
Spot of exercise
The abundancy of green areas makes it very easy to practice any sport outdoors. There are also local facilities that offer every physical activity possible. There would be two bikes available in case you want to go for a ride in the surroundings.
Day tripping
There are numerous locations within 100 km (1 hour by car) that are worth a visit. From the natural reserves of Irati, Belagua, Roncal and the Pyrenees to the Natural Park of Bardenas Reales and hundreds of villages from the roman age. Pamplona was founded by a roman called Pompaelo, that's why there is a vast number of archaeological sites with ruins. 85 kms away, to the north, is one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, La Concha, in San Sebastián. Also 85 kms away is the magnificent city of Logroño, where you can visit wineries and enjoy the local food, which is finger licking good.

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