Roncesvalles (/ˈrɒnsəvæl(z)/ RON-sə-val(z), Spanish: [ronθezˈβaʎes]; Basque: Orreaga [oreaɣa]; Aragonese: Ronzesbals [ronθezˈbals]; French: Roncevaux [ʁɔ̃s(ə)vo]) is a small village and municipality in Navarre, northern Spain. It is situated on the small river at an altitude of some 900 metres (3,000 ft) in the Pyrenees, about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from the French border as the crow flies, or 21 kilometres (13 mi) by road.
Nice albergue to stay in. This is a beautiful old building with modern facilities. The dormitory area is divided into alcoves with four pilgrims in each. Each pilgrim has a locker with key and a power outlet. There is a large dining area and the hospitaleros are very frindly. Highly recommended!
If you expect to arrive after 21:00h please contact the property in advance.
Set in Roncesvalles, Posada de Roncesvalles features free WiFi. Among the various facilities of this property are a terrace and a shared lounge. Guests can grab a bite to eat in the in-house restaurant or relax in the bar.