Imagine yourself in a small Spanish village. Waking up in the morning and feeling calm, silence... Having a nice breakfast overlooking the outdoor, alone or sharing the moment. Looking out on the terrace, inspiring the smell of lavandas, watching white-tailed kites fly,  feeling ready for that beautiful day that is about to start.

Welcome to Casa Nahia. Our dream is to see you enjoy how pleasant it is to be here.

We are on the Camino de Santiago, twenty minutes from Pamplona by car, ten from Estella. It becomes that starting point to discover the lands of Navarra from North to South. Here there are hundreds of excursions and little corners to discover..

Nahia means "wish" in Basque. We wish to share this project with a flow of people: tourists, pilgrims, bikers, families, couples, adventurers and much more. A chimera that is being created with all of you.

Casa Nahia is a bioclimatic house. We obtain energy from the sun and you have at your disposal a glazed kitchen-living room, underfloor heating, a lavender-scented terrace, heated filtered air, private bathrooms, refrigerators, a laundry area, a garage for your bikes or motorcycles and zone your washing... We also comply with the regulated anti-COVID measures. All rooms have air renewal with HEPA, anti-pollen and anti-virus filters.

Count on us for any question or information that comes to mind.

Thank you for choosing us!

Tranquility, encounters, nature.

Rooms with private bathroom.

Very complete breakfast.

Very equipped kitchen at your disposal.

Garage for electric bicycles and motorcycles.

Bioclimatic house. All power is from our solar panels.

Each room has a dedicated individual refrigerator with freezer, located in the living room-kitchen.

All rooms are equipped with a 55" LG OLED TV, with Netflix included.

"Proyecto cofinanciado por FEADER y Gobierno de Navarra conforme a la convocatoria de ayudas para la implementación de las Estrategias de Desarrollo Local Participadas EDLP (Leader) de Tierra Estella en el marco del PDR de Navarra 2014-2020, por la Asociación TEDER"