It is the home of alder trees. Its name comes from the Euskera term haltz, meaning alder tree, and -aga, meaning place. This tree is part of the village’s emblem.
The main square shows San Miguel’s Church, built with granite ashlars and a Latin cross floor plan. The main altarpiece is one of the first examples of Renaissance architecture in Gipuzkoa. A centenary oak tree stands in front of the church. Under this tree, the main local festivity takes place: a celebration in honour of San Miguel, on September 29th. This festivity keep some of the most popular Basque traditions alive: rural sports competitions, live music by trikitilaris playing trikitixa, bertsolaris singing…
In the highest part of the village you will find the neighbourhood of Altzagarate, where there is has a Romanesque hermitage with a gem: a statue of the Virgin Mary from the 15th century. Enjoy the views of Sierras Aralar and Aizkorri from this location!
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Accommodation & where to eat
Bowling is a long practiced game in Goierri, where you will find out their tradition and how fun it can be.
Do you know what is a green way? Come with your family and enjoy a pleasant walk enlivened by a nice game to have fun with family!
Do you want to know the orientation game? Come to Segura and Zegama and have fun with your family and friends!
Welcoming hotel located in a privileged site of Ordizia, a medieval village with 750 years of history
We propose 6 routes of different difficulty to discover the Basque Highlands