Tourism destinations



Lying on the plain, Berastegi is near the border with Navarra. Its municipal area includes the village itself plus the locality of Eldua.


The town has a large historical and cultural heritage that arouses our interest in its buildings, such as the town hall in the town centre and San Martín's Church. It was built in Gothic style and its Romanesque facade dates back to the 13th century. The towerhouse of Berastegi is situated next to the church and witnessed the battles that took place in the Middle Ages.


A setting to be enjoyed

One of the attractions of Berastegi is the beautiful countryside around it, which offers the chance to take relaxing walks along well-marked paths or to climb up to the surrounding peaks. The town is worth a visit all over the year, but especially in the summertime.


The town's festival honouring San Lorenzo is hold on August 10th. Besides, the Eldua neighbourhood organises its own festival on August 15th.

Information of interest

Surface area
45.90 Km
No. of inhabitants