A few more reasons why you've gotta go…
- 1. The Ochoa Vineyard knows their wine. The Ochoa family has a recorded history dating back to 1370, in which a bill was sent to the Queen of Spain for wine from the wine merchant Ochoa de Ayantz!
- 2. The stunning Cantabrian Mountains, which you can admire from the Paseo del Collado in Laguardi, stretch over 180 miles and have several peaks over 8,000 feet.
- 3. The city of Pamplona, famously known for the running of the bulls in July, was a military camp for Pompey during the winter of 75-74 BC. The city was Pompaelo after him, which translated to Spanish became Pamplona.
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