There are a few shops and some may cater to your requirements.
You come to a set of traffic lights. There is a Michelin tyre dealer on your right, and the Villa Josepha with a garden full of old, attractive trees. A word of warning - do not continue straight ahead towards the road bridge. Cross the road and turn right along the Calle Larraizar. There’s a school on the right, just before you reach the main road. Cross the road, keep straight on the other side along a small tree-lined road , the Camino or Carretera Burlada for 2km. Ignore first left hand fork in road.
(As you proceed you get a rewarding view of Pamplona cathedral. On the left there are two houses with facades adorned with scallop shells)
As you get close to the river (fountain on right by school), a minor road runs across. Turn right and take a quick left over the Puente de los Peregrinos. This is the old pilgrim bridge over the river Arga and has acquired a good-humored notoriety for a recently decapitated statue of St. James perched on a small column at the far end.
Follow way marks and cross the public garden towards the town walls. Cross at diagonally right traffic lights. Don’t deviate - walk between the inner and outer sets of ramparts. At the gateway take the rising Calle del Carmen into the old quarter of Pamplona.
A SUMMARY OF A PAGE FROM The Village to Village Guide To The Camino Santiago: With Permission Simon Walleberg Press. The Book is available at Amazon & Most Bookshops.
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