It is the village to which Zozaia belongs and it is 3 km. far. There you can find, a baker’s, a butcher’s, newspapers, grocery’s, souvenirs, bars, restaurants, a chemist’s, a doctor’s consult, a bank, a gas station and a bus stop.
Formed by 3 villages (Oieregi, Narbarte and Legasa). As its name in Basque says it is the Bertiz Valley and where the Domain of Bertiz Natural Park is. You can accede by car from the border between Oronoz and Oieregi and walking from the same place or from Narbarte, just beside the Romanesque Bridge of Reparacea. The park has 3, 4 hectares of forests and among them you will find several put up signs along the pedestrian and cycling paths. In addition of the botanic garden with trees brought from all over the world, you can visit the Nature Interpretation Centre the expositions that are held in the Palace, and two different places to learn how coal and lime were made years ago.
The bucolic Baztan Valley is formed by 15 beautiful villages and among them the more visited are The Balcony of Baztan (Ziga), the Ethnographic Museum Jorge Oteiza and the Arizkunenea Palace (Elizondo), the Santxotena Museum (Arizkun), the Mill of Amaiur (Amaiur) and the Waterfall of Xorroxin (Erratzu).
In this valley you can visit the Dam of Leurza (Urroz) and the villages of Ituren and Zubieta, famous because of their ancestral carnivals. The Mill of Zubieta and the Tower of Donamaria offer guided visits.
This territory is located in the border with France and there you can visit the Caves of Zugarramurdi and Urdax, the Museum of the witches, the Train to Larhun and the border commercial place of Dantxarinea.
Palomeras in Etxalar (village where Carmen of Bizet was burned) is the only place where pigeons are hunted with nets since centuries ago. You also can visit Infernuko Errota, Lesaka and its many small bridges, Itzea (Pio Baroja’s house) in Bera, border commercial place of Ibardin and the Sanctuary of San Juan Xar (Igantzi) catalogued as Nature Reserve.