This section includes all the events that take place in Ochagavía and the surrounding area in the Navarre Pyrenees. Don't miss any of the traditional celebrations, patron saint festivals and other events that take place in this region.
In Ochagavía, the patron saint festivities are celebrated on 8 September in honour of the Virgin of Muskilda, who has a hermitage in her name in the same town. All kinds of festive events are held over five days, including the dances of the Stick Dancers. Also in July, Santa Ana is celebrated, a three-day festival that ends with a pilgrimage to Muskilda.
Between the end of August and the beginning of September, one of the most special traditions of the Pyrenees towns in Ochagavía takes place, the Orhipean, a festival in which the residents of the town recreate life from 100 years ago with clothes and hairstyles from that time. They also recover the traditional trades of that time, such as shepherds, washerwomen in the river, spinners, those who slaughtered pigs, etc. An authentic trip to the past that is worth seeing if you stay at our 3-star hotel in Ochagavía.
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