Villava (Basque: Atarrabia) is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain. The population is about 10,000, and the town is located 4 km away from Pamplona, the capital of Navarre. The village was founded in 1184 by King Sancho VI the Wise of Navarre. For several centuries, Villava was just a little town, but in the 60s, it grew considerably and became an important industrial suburb of Pamplona. The area of the town is small (just 1 square km), and due to this fact it is not expected to continue growing. It has a large industrial area dedicated mainly to the paper industry, informatics and bus assembly. The town has a good commercial area and because of that the town is alive.
Albergue de Villava is a hostel located by Ulzama River in Villava, a 10-minute bus ride from Pamplona. Free WiFi access is available.
I enjoyed Trinidad De Arre very much. it's very simple and a bit dated but I have never felt such peace, such a warm and genuine welcome by the priest. The albergue is behind the church. Great sense of tranquillity and great hospitality.
Located in the peaceful town of Villava, Hotel Pamplona Villava is only 3 km away from Pamplona. It features free WiFi, and terrace with views.