We need to bear in mind: the Interpretation Center of the Nature is in Ochagavía, we can know the Valley of Salazar and the Forest of Irati. The Valley of Salazar highlights among other things because of the traditionalist style of its small villages, as well as the wide forests of wild pine and beech (9.186 Ha), besides some oak trees In the South of Ochagavía is the leisure area of Andrasoroa, located between Ezcaroz and Oronz, with its botanic garden and its picnic areas. In the West it is also a leisure area in the port of Remendía, inside the municipal term of Jaurrieta, direction to Abaurrea Alta, with two marked walks and a wonderful lookout. In the North we find the Mountain Chain of Abodi surrounded by the Forest of Irati and the Cliff of Urroa where it is worth to highlight the ski station and its ten dolmens. Likewise, in the Northeast, we need to highlight the forest of Irati which is one of the widest beech-holly trees and best kept of Europe, together with the small reservoir of Irabia that the tourist surround walking or by BTT. On the other hand, in the close Valley of Aezkoa there are fifteen raised granaries, declared as Good of Cultural Interest, there are different hidden caves, some dolmens and the Garden of Stelas.
Pyrenean village located in the Valley of Salazar on the feet of the Forest of Irati. It is surrounded by mountains and watered by the rivers Zatoia and Aduña. Medieval bridge. Cobbled streets, stately homes with their emblematic shields. Picturesque corners. Environment with high tops and deep forests. As traditional festival highlights: its old dances in honor to the Virgin of Muskilda each 8th of September in its Romanesque hermitahe. There is Tourism Office and Nature Interpretation Center. Nearby, there are the ski tracks of Abodi-Salazar and there are hiking routes.
Valley of Roncal, Forest Irati, Peak of Ori, ski tracks of Abodi and Valley of Roncal, Rocesvalles 20 km (Camino de Santiago). Monastery of Leyre, Castle Javier. Foces of Arbayún and Lumbier. Megalithic monuments. Romanesque art routes.
Hiking. Cross Country Skiing. The bellowing in autumn. Visits to dairies.