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Antzuola Routes


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1. Around the town centre
2. Around the Uzarraga and www.calendarioit.com Galartza districts
3. Around Lizarraga district
4. Around the Irimoegi goikoa district
5. Basalde district
6. Around the Irimoegi behekoa district
7. Between the Irimoegi goikoa and behekoa districts


1. Around the town centre

kalegoiTaking the town square as our starting point (Town Hall and church), we will head towards Kalebarren in a circuit bringing us back to the square via the Buztinzuri, Kalegoi and Ondarre streets.


uzarraga Antzuola town square: is one of the suboceana.fr most beautiful in Gipuzkoa, both due to its size and distribution and to the nobility of its buildings. This is natural cialis an 18th Century Baroque ensemble in which we will find the Town Hall, planned by the great architect from Gipuzkoa, Martín de Carrera.
On this building you can see the town coat of arms, and on one of the quarters into which it is divided, the half moons which, according to tradition, were won from the visit web site fda approves viagra Arabs at the battle of Valdejunquera, an event remembered at the parade held during the town festivities in the only today cialis pfizer third week in July.

On the right-hand side – number 6 – and dating from the same period, is Bizkalatza House. On the left-hand side of www.tribalhealth.org the town hall – number 16 – is Goenaga House, with its noble coat of arms on one corner, reading “Armas de Goenaga” (Weapons of Goenaga), and a beautiful Baroque figure. Near here, at no. 2, is the ancient house of the Goenaga family, now known as “Ostatukoa”, on the facade of which we can read the following inscription: “Joseph Ygnacio de Goenaga lo hizo. Año 1763” (“Made by Joseph Ygnacio de Goenaga. 1763). Likewise forming part of the square is the beautiful fountain from the same period, which could well be by the above-mentioned Carrera. Behind is Olaran House, and to the right the municipal pelota court. Finally, the Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de la Piedad, started in the 16th Century and completed in the 19th, inside which we will find a neoclassic (late 18th Century) altar financed by a man of local origin living in Mexico. On the left-hand altar we can admire the image formerly housed in the Hermitage of San Bartolomé, dating from the 14th Century.

Leaving the square we make our way down towards Kalebarren, and the levitra without prescription online'>levitra without prescription online 17th-18th Century Arriaga Tower-house (no. 4), now very different in aspect. Continuing downstream along the river we will come to Errotaberri Mill and, alongside it, the belfry of http://suboceana.fr/generic-viagra-lowest-prices what was once the Hermitage of San Bartolomé. In front, Eguzki auzoa, and the start of the climb up to San Jose, in honour of whom the Marista brothers erected this image on the summit.

The convent was also located in this district, the only witness to spitlerinc.com which is the building with an ecclesiastic air remaining on the border of Eguzki auzoa.

Very near here we will also find the 18th Century Lapatza farmhouse with its three-arched porch, unique in town. Returning to the square and cheap viagra 50mg'>cheap viagra 50mg climbing up through Buztinzuri, we will come to Kalegoi and crosses from the ancient Calvary incrusted in the walls of the houses. At number 3, the old butcher's or Txasionekua, also Baroque and designed by the already-mentioned Martín de Carrera. Climbing further, at number 8, we will come to Montxonekoa House, with boulders forming part of the doorway.

antigua2At numbers 11-13, a 15th-16th century Gothic house. Having entered the Antigua district, we will be able to admire part of our interesting heritage in the shape of the 17th Century Iriarteazpikoa farmhouse; the Antigua hermitage with a 14th Century figure of the Virgin Mary; the 18th Century Calvary Cross with its figures of the Passion to which, according to tradition, women brought their children to learn to walk while circling the cross and kissing the cock each time round; and the Galardi or Antigua rest area and mill, which still houses its machinery.

Coming back down to the square, we will turn off at the Ibarrondo district towards Ondarre. At number 3 of this square we will come to the Amarrendegiko etxea, or Tithe House: traditional 17th-18th Century architecture from Navarra rather than Gipuzkoa. This is where the parishioners paid their corresponding tithes to http://lancasterfreethought.org/viagra-dosage the church.

2. Around the Uzarraga and Galartza districts


Duration: 3 hours
Length: 9
Difficulty: average
Remarks: pleasant and easy stroll through the we like it canada viagra generic town districts

txiki1Heading along the road for Uzarraga district, we will come to Lausagarreta farmhouse with its well-conserved limekilns on either side.

Arriving to Uzarraga church, which according to tradition belonged to the Templars, we can admire its17th Century marble crucifix and altarpiece. Continuing along the path towards the district of www.hrwf.net Galartza via Bereterio, we will come to Urrutia farmhouse, birthplace of the mother of Biscayan saint, Valentín de Berriochoa.

On the right-hand side, we will take the road leading to the local farmhouses closer to the town of Bergara. Passing Etxeberrisoro and the river Galartza, we will come to Besagasti farmhouse, a beautiful example of traditional Basque 16th-17th Century architecture. A little higher up, Santa Águeda Hermitage, from which the saint's image was missing until only recently, having been stolen in 1984 and recovered in 2002. This saint's day is celebrated on February 5. Coming down towards Untsarri farmhouse, we will take the cement path leading us back to that of Uzarraga, and from here to Antzuola, around a kilometre-and-a-half away.


3. Around Lizarraga district

ugarte_torreDuration: 3 hours
Length: 8
Difficulty: average
Remarks: this route takes us through a pretty district of high ethnographic importance

txiki2Leaving Kalebarren for the Lizarraga district, we will come near the Udala farmhouse to one of the few limekilns still standing. A hundred metres further up, the 17th Century Ugartetorre ancestral home with its noble coat of arms. Following the river upstream, we will come to three mills (Larrebarren, Laskurain and http://helpdesk.interfaithmilw.org/levitra-medicine Akiñibai) and, around half way along the track, San Marcial Hermitage.

Opposite the generic cialis mexico hermitage is the 18th Century Iturbeaundia farmhouse with a noble coat of arms on levitra uk' title='levitra uk'>levitra uk its facade; and, beneath the arches, a wooden cross which, according to tradition, was brought by pilgrims on the road to Santiago de Compostela, given that Marcial is a saint of Compostelan tradition.

Moreover, inside the hermitage, we will find images of Saint James, whose day is celebrated on July 31 with a procession up to the hermitage. Further up, having passed Aranguren farmhouse, we will come to a dirt track turning into a tarmac road leading through the Lamariano farmhouse to Lizarriturri.

Taking an immediate right-hand turn past Goenaga and Goitia, we will come to Jauregi, enjoying lovely views of http://www.hrwf.net/buy-cialis-soft the entire area all along the way. At Jauregi we will take the right-hand path, with no tarmac this time, arriving via Iraeta to click now cheapest cialis prices A karate farmhouse, also bearing a noble coat of arms, and which has an extremely interesting rear door possibly dating from the 15th-16th Centuries.

Here we can decide either to follow the right-hand road taking us along the former “eliz-bidea” (church path) to Uzarraga, or to continue the tarmac road to Antzuola (2 km).


4. Around the Irimoegi goikoa district

korrostaratzuDuration: 4 hours
Length: 15
Remarks: Although this route is not particularly easy, it does take us through an extremely pretty area and past the more distant and not so well-known farmhouses.


The path leaving from the district of Antigua indicating IRIMOI is tarmac-coated for the first kilometre and cement for the remaining four. Climbing this path we will discover different kinds of farmhouses, such as Iralatorre, Arreluztxiki or Sarasketazar, admiring from the latter both the town centre and the nearby mountains. At the end of the road we will come to a rest area of Trekutz, 5 kilometres from town.

Having arrived here, we will make our way down along a path through a pine grove towards the Baztarriña farmhouses. Having come to these, we will take the path leading downwards to Ondarmendi farmhouse, taking care when coming to a little deviation almost at the end of the path, but which shouldn't cause confusion given its vicinity to the farmhouse.

trekutz_tumuloaFrom here a path climbs steeply upwards to Pikunieta farmhouse and the Korostarratzu rest area. Once there, we will take the path towards Gorla, but turning off to cialis 10mg'>cialis 10mg the left 100 metres along onto a path making its way through a fir tree forest and on to Santikutz; according to tradition, this was the site of a Templar cemetery.

A stone's throw away we have Uzarraga and, 2.5 km along the same road, Antzuola.


5. Basalde district

Duration: 2 hours
Length: 7
Remarks: an easy route with important ecological, architectural and ethnographic features.


From the spring in the neighbourhood of Ondarre, we will take the path turning into a track and http://www.image-sans-frontiere.com/cialis-pills heading towards Aitzaga farmhouse, a fine example of 17th Century traditional art. Further up, we will come to the route followed by the former Basque-Navarra railway line. Continuing to the right along this route, we will come to Galardi farmhouse in the Basalde district and, further on, to the 18th Century Amilleta farmhouse.

Nearby, just over the tunnel, is Iñurrigarrogaraikoa. Some 300 metres after the tunnel, alongside the track, is the Madariaga farmhouse, with its extremely interesting porch; here, according to tradition, a spirit would appear on cloudy days in the west-facing window. Retracing our steps towards Iñurrigarrogaraikoa, we will find a cabin on the riverbank now supplying electricity to a number of farmhouses. Making our way down to the hermitage of www.saloninternacionalfranquicia.com San Blas, mentioned in documents dating from 1501, and now restored, we will find a choir in the "U" shape typical of Basque hermitages. The saint's day is celebrated on February 3. Not far from the hermitage, above the Aritzagabasalde farmhouse, is one of the few oak groves in town.

Crossing the Antzuola-Zumarraga road, and beside a bus stop - near Olamendi farmhouse - we will take a cement path leading us through Zorrotzarrieta to Altzeta, from where we can admire the town centre with its surrounding districts. To get to Loieta, we will take a path leading right up to the farmhouse door. From here, following a cement track for around a kilometre, we will descend towards Iriartegañekoa farmhouse, with its noble coat of arms, 16th Century Renaissance window and large 18th Century gate. Back in the district of Antigua we will come to its namesake, with a 17th Century structure similar to that of Aitzaga farmhouse.

aitzagabasaldeFinally, and forming an interesting artistic ensemble, we can observe the 18th Century Calvary Cross with its images of the Passion in the same district. In front, the Antigua Hermitage, containing a 14th Century image of the Virgin Mary. Outside, a rest area beside the hwato.nl Antigua mill, which still contains the corresponding machinery.

6. Around the Irimoegi behekoa district

azaldegietaDuration: 3 hours
Length: 12
Remarks: Average difficulty. Uninhabited area. Widely varied woodland


Leaving from the Antigua district we will take the path taking us via Iriartegañekoa farmhouse through pine groves on a 5 kilometre route to the Azaldegieta rest area. Veering off towards the right we will come to Trukarriaga, which, according to its etymology, means "dolmen".

From here it's downwards all the way through different pine and beech groves until coming to the Bergara-Antzuola road. Near here are the Ariztiberri and Ariztizar farmhouses, which we will pass on our way to that of Bidaurre, 17th century, with a noble coat of arms at the rear of the building.

Climbing a little more, and passing Zabala and Arimendi, we will take the tarmac track from Uzarraga to levitra dose'>levitra dose the town centre.






7. Between the Irimoegi goikoa and behekoa districts

urkilluDuration: 4 hours
Length: 17 km
Remarks: A little difficult. Route of ecological and ethnographic importance (the last standing yew trees, archaeological tumuli and old roads).


Follow route 6 until coming to the area called Zabaldoko iturria, leaving the path heading for Azaldegieta and turning towards the Arrandari farmhouses.

From here, we will take the road leading to Koroso, observing the area carefully to spot the last yew trees in the municipality; hence the name of the stream running down through this area: Agiñeko erreka (River Tejo or Yew).

Making our way through a beech grove, we will come to Koroso (if you want to drink water, make your way 200 metres down to the left). Picking up the steeply sloping path, we will come to Arrola summit (2 hours from town); both the path and www.thegreatdisplaycompany.com the summit offer splendid views of the Aitzgorri, Udalaitz and Anboto massifs. We should point out that, before reaching the beta blockers and levitra'>beta blockers and levitra summit and on the way back down towards Deskarga, we will come across various tumuli, i.e. remains of buy cialis in new zealand'>buy cialis in new zealand Megalithic monuments from the metal age.





trekutzHaving reached Descarga pass, we will cross the road onto the path leading up to Trekutz. Here we will find a rest area before making our way down a cement path to Antzuola via the district of Irimoegi goikoa.

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