From the South the traveler can ge tinto the Valley Salazar after contemplating foz de Arbayun (6 kms and almost 400 m high in some tracks) with its vultures and bearded vultures. Besides you can see foces de Apurz and Benasa in Navasqués and the Mountain Chain of Illon. The NA-140 links the localities of the Valley of Salaza that are small villages with stone and wood houses and Gothic and Romanesque churches. We highlight Ochagavía that is one of the most picturesque villages, with an awesome church, four bridges, the hermitage of Mulskida 4 km far away and with pilgrimage on the 8th of September, and the Interpretation Center of the Nature. The entrance gate is Ochagavía to the Forest Irati, on the North of the Valleys Salazar and Aezkoa that it is one of the widest and best kept beech-fir forests of Europe, with good bellows of deer at the beginning of the Autumn. A track that crosses the forest, surrounding the reservoir of Irabia, and communicating both valleys. And in Ollakia/Abodi there is a center of ski with some circuits for walking and for training, tracks that begins in the old frontier of Pikatua, in the road of Larrau 13.5 km far away from Ochagavía.
It is located in the Valley of Salazar, 300 inhabitants. It is surrounded by mountains with marked paths and possibility to pick mushrooms up in autumn. Fluvial swimming pool in summer. Pediment and restaurant.
Valley of Roncal, Irati Forest, Mountain Peak of Ori, ski slopes of Abodi and Roncesvalles.
Hiking, picking up of mushrooms.