The Navarre Association For The Development Of Rural Equestrian Tourism
The association is entered in the Government of Navarre’s register of tourist associations under the number UAST0094.
Our association grew out of a shared interest from within the equestrian tourism industry to publicize Navarre as a region for this particular tourist activity. Bordering France, Navarre is the gateway for all enthusiasts coming from the rest of Europe. Riders will discover endless, excellent routes that criss-cross the entire region
Services and individuals wanting to make your ride unforgettable. The landscapes are ready and waiting for you!
At Anatre, we are committed to providing the highest quality service. The companies and members involved want to show you the region’s beauty and treasures, sharing with you their love for animals and horse riding
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WE LOOK AFTER OUR HORSES
Horses are our travelling companions and we want them to freely enjoy the rides and the natural surroundings
Our spaces are equipped to provide the horses with a safe and comfortable rest at the end of the ride
Safe & equipped
We are firmly committed to ensuring the welfare of our horses both out on the ride and while resting
Qualified industry professionals with over 20 years of experience in equestrian tourism
A good team makes for a good ride: horses, riders, logistics, food, vets and farriers
THE GORGE TRAIL (CANYONS)
With the Erremendía mountain range to the north and the Pyrenees in Huesca rising to the north-east, the beautiful Urraul valley is scattered with tiny villages. There are many megalithic remains close to the Ugarron gorge and Napal, showing us that this area has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years.
USÚN ~ LEYRE ~ USÚN
EThis trail links two iconic monasteries in Navarre. The Ausun monastery has almost been forgotten over time, but is significant for housing the oldest written document preserved in Navarre. The other monastery has been restored and is home to Benedictine monks and a hostel that is open to the public.
USUN ~ SOS DEL REY CATÓLICO
This ride crosses beautiful landscapes along the banks of the Salazar, Irati, Aragón and Onsella rivers, taking in several wooded areas and a variety of fauna. We will also see the striking imprint of human use as we are reminded of the ancient tradition of transporting large tree trunks down these rivers from the Pyrenees to Tudela and Zaragoza as rafts.