Puente la Reina lies between Pamplona and Estella on the Way of St. James pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. It is the first town after the junction of the French Way (Spanish: Camino Francés), the most popular route, and Aragonese Way. Queen Muniadona, wife of King Sancho III was the queen who gave her name to the town. She built the six-arched bridge (42°40′16″N 1°49′07″W / 42.671117°N 1.818736°W) over the Río Arga for the use of pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela along the Camino de Santiago.
Very popular albergue with 100 beds. There is a small kitchen, a common room/dining area with seating, laundry facilities with a covered area to dry clothes and a a lovely garden. Highly recommended.
Albergue normalito con servicios limpios. Tiene una terraza exterior, pero no un espacio común interior. La cena en el restaurante de abajo del albergue bastante floja.
Located in Puente la Reina, Albergue Puente features a terrace, shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property. The tour desk is available to assist guests in planning their days out.
Albergue lejos del pueblo y al final de una cuesta interminable. Las literas son sin escaleras para acceder a la superior y sin protección. No tiene cocina ni sala de estar, por lo que tienes que acudir a su restaurante. La comida es muy cara.
Albergue Estrella Guia is located in Puente la Reina. Free WiFi access is available. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer.
Situated in Puente la Reina in the Navarre Region, 21 km from Pamplona, Hostal Zubi XXI features a terrace and views of the mountain. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free WiFi is provided and free private parking is available on site.
Apartamento Rural Puente La Reina is set in Puente la Reina. The accommodation is 22 km from Pamplona. Olite is 25 km from