: Aeropuerto de Pamplona
The Central Zone of Navarre is a long stretch of rolling hills and gullies with fields of grain and grapes which represent an area of ??transition between the Mountain and the West Bank. The region consists of two historic regions of bioclimatic features similar to this, the call Navarre East and West, Estella, whose capitals are, respectively, Estella and Tafalla. The Central Zone is crossed from east to west along the Camino de Santiago and appears dotted with villas and landscapes that weave a path of great historical and cultural value. Although the artistic heritage is the highlight of this area, there are also hatching machines of rivers, gorges, reservoirs and other natural resources of great beauty. In this region there are also many places of considerable importance in the history of the Kingdom of Navarre and other medieval built with defensive against Muslims and Spaniards, who preserved fortifications, strong Romanesque and Gothic churches and palaces and mansions emblazoned. The territory bounded on the north with the latest system southern Pyrenean mountains and is traversed by the major tributaries of the Ebro: the Ega, the Arga and Aragon. The rainfall is 500-700 mm and annual temperature fluctuations between 5 ° and 22 °, reminiscent of the continental climate. The region is connected by road from Pamplona, ??Logroño, Zaragoza and Jaca and has a dense network of roads within local county and readily accessible by car make any point you want to visit.