During the guided visit to Laguardia, which is one of the most beautiful towns in Spain, everything seems to shine as if it were a treasure and I feel that there is something that reminds me of the character of the little prince of Saint Exupéry.
Laguardia is the name of a warrior and military refuge and defensive enclave of the old Sonsierra de Navarra , its old walls and cobbled streets attest to its past. It is a magnificent point to scan the horizon and understand why the town of Laguardia was founded precisely in that location.
Walking through its streets you will enjoy the beauty of its medieval architecture and urbanism, but you will miss its main treasures: the portico of Santa María de los Reyes , the underground drafts of its houses and a Celtiberian pond more than three thousand years old.
With me you will listen to the stories and the most relevant facts of the town: An enviable urban planning plan for the 12th century, a Jewish influence that still gives its inhabitants their names, a famous character with a lot of stories and funny anecdotes throughout his life , as was Félix María de Samaniego .
For this reason, every time I do a guided visit to Laguardia I remember that beauty is inside and “what is essential is invisible to the eyes”, as the little prince said. If you want to discover everything that is not seen at first sight in Laguardia, in our private and personalized tour we will reveal it to you.