A very special place, nestled among holm oak and beech groves. A low carbon footprint enclave in a spectacular  natural setting, right beside the Urbasa Nature Reserve in the verdant region of Navarre in northern Spain.
Never in your wildest dreams… A privileged enclave where dreams really can come true.
Traditional log cabins in a campsite powered exclusively by renewable energy, and all located in a stunning natural setting right beside the magnificent Urbasa Nature Reserve and the spectacular waterfall that marks the source of the River Urederra, whose name means beautiful water in the local Basque language.
Situated within easy driving distance of the medieval town of Estella, the campsite is the ideal base from which to hike or cycle in the mountains, go rock climbing or potholing, or simply relax in wonderful natural surroundings and enjoy the delights of music and culture.
It is also the ideal place to enjoy the natural pleasures of Finland, since the campsite facilities include two Finnish saunas, a Lapp kota and an outdoor hot tub, all built from authentic Nordic wood.
A perfect place for meetings, courses, retreats, cultural activities and camps.
All the energy we consume is self-generated from renewable sources, mainly solar panels and a wind turbine.