Plan nº 5: The valley of the Alto Oria

Tolosa: its historic center is one of the widest .There are many outstanding public buildings such as the Baroque-style Idiaquez Palace (XVII), the Town Hall, Palacio Aranburu (17th century) and the Parish Church of Santa María S. XVI) (Basque Gothic), and the convent of Santa Clara.

Ordizia: The Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, dating from the sixteenth century, the Barrenechea Palace, the House Ibarbia and the Town Hall.

Beasain: It seems to be a continuation of Ordizia, and it holds interesting monuments, such as the Church of the Assumption, from the 16th century, with rustic atrium, and the Basilica and Hermitage of San Martín de Loinaz.


Idiazabal: The Church San Miguel Archangel with the Romanesque-Gothic portico and the hermitage of Gurutzeta located in the top that is the oldest construction of this town are two of the best places to visit here. Pasturage has traditionally been one of the main occupations ,becoming one of the most representative products of the Basque Country.

Zegama: historical place where The General Zumalacárregui died, hero of the Carlist Wars. We will visit the parish church of San Martín de Tours, where a beautiful Mausoleum of Zumalakarregi in Carrara marble and the oldest cross of Gipuzkoa are kept.

Segura: It is one of the monumental centers of the Camino de Santiago in Guipúzcoa. In the city center, you can visit notable buildings as the palace of Lardiazabal and the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Gothic , and with large vaulted naves and declared Historic-Artistic Monument.

Ormaiztegi: The museum dedicated to The General  Zumalacarregui, the bridge built by Eiffel and the Church of San Andrés with Romanesque cover and an interesting baptismal font ,are the most remarkable places.