Monreal Navarre, Pyrenees

Heading to the village of Monreal from Javier on the Rout A-21. Monreal is located 35km west from Javier.

View of Lumbier Town

View of Lumbier Town

On the way from Javier to Monreal, the village of Lumbier has 1379 inhabitants.

View of Izco Village, on the way from Javier to Monreal.

View of Izco Village, on the way from Javier to Monreal.

Monreal Town and Mt. Higa (1,289 m), a symbol of the town.

Monreal Town and Mt. Higa (1,289 m), a symbol of the town.

I arrived at the Monreal town and walked around the town inside.

Monreal, Navarre Pyrenees.

Monreal, Navarre Pyrenees.

Monreal (Called Elo in Basque) is also a small town located in the province of Navarre, northern Spain. It had a population of 483 in 2013.

Walking around the town of Monreal.

Walking around the town of Monreal.

Santa Barbara Street, Monreal.

Santa Barbara Street, Monreal.

Old tower in Monreal.

Old tower in Monreal

I dropped in at Monreal on the way to Pamplona on a whim. Nothing had any information about the town therefore.

Mayor Street of Monreal.

Mayor Street of Monreal.

The Church of the Nativity of Our Lady, Monreal, Navarre.

The Church of the Nativity of Our Lady, Monreal, Navarre.

The Church was dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mother, Monreal.

The Church was dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mother, Monreal.

Monreal lies on the old Aragonese pilgrim’s road to Santiago de Compostela, a tributary path of the Way of St James.

Calle Barrio Abajo (Street Barrio Abajo) and the river (Rio Elorz), Monreal

Calle Barrio Abajo (Street Barrio Abajo) and the river (Rio Elorz), Monreal

Medieval stone bridge across the river (Rio Elorz), Monreal.

Medieval stone bridge across the river (Rio Elorz), Monreal.

Monreal lies on the old Aragonese pilgrim’s road to Santiago de Compostela, a tributary path of the Way of St James.

Puente y Casas (Bridge and Houses), Monreal.

Puente y Casas (Bridge and Houses), Monreal.

Pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela enter the town of Monreal through this bridge.

Left Monreal for Pamplona.

Left Monreal for Pamplona.

Outskirts of Monreal Town.

Outskirts of Monreal Town.

 Now I remember that as if I was wandering through the town in a dream.

Wild flowers from Pyrenees

Wild flowers from Pyrenees

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