If disconnecting from your busy, city life in a completely natural environment is what you are looking for, Villa Argentina is waiting to welcome you. Here you can wake up in the morning, breath the fresh air and marvel at the stunning scenery. In fact the connection here with mother nature is the most natural stress relief you could wish for.
Set amongst one of the most spectacular backdrops in Spain is our tiny hamlet of Beintza-Labaien in the region of Navarra. An iconic destination and the home of rural tourism. A place where peace and tranquility meet with outstanding cultural heritage and award-winning gastronomy.
The house is located a comfortable half a kilometre from the supermarket and 10 minutes by car to the nearest restaurant.
And the scenery is as stunning, if not more so, in the winter time, with winter hiking, and snowshoeing on the agenda for guests. Our cosy fires in the living and dining areas will warm you up after a day in the winter fresh air!
For more information on What To Do during your stay at Villa Argentina visit our Experience and Recommended Activities pages.
It is one of the places where the time has stopped. It was built in 1785 as a real mill and nowadays is an active eco-museum. Its miller still uses his hands and utensils to grind the wheat and the corn, and you can make your own cake.
A fabulous botanical garden with blackbirds, squirrels and seven species of woodpeckers stand out in this Natural Park along the western Pyrenees of Navarre next to the river Bidasoa with large trees and well preserved in the term Oieregi.
Stone museum made by Iñaki Perurene in the mountain, 2 km from Leitza firection to Uitzi. A unique museum where Iñaki and his son Inaxio tell myths, history and culture in stone, like a giant of 40 tons.