Here you'll find all the information on tourism resources with hearing accessibility. Given that these may be subject to changes and different interpretations, it is advisable to contact the person in charge beforehand, in order to clarify any doubts and check that the accessibility conditions are still the same.
Valleys, parks and natural areas
In the Roncal Valley you will find an accessible route in Burgui. This is the Basari and Burgui Gorge trail, which runs alongside the left bank of the river Esca and is racket-shaped.More information about Roncal Valley and Lumbier
The Paseo de los Oficios (Walk of the Trades) runs through a number of streets in the village and, of course, goes over the medieval bridge. The recreations of the various ethnographic elements, with particular mention of an impressive life-size almadía (traditional rafting practice of transporting wood downstream), are supplemented with accessible information panels. These panels have short texts and include QR codes that go to videos that are subtitled and signed in the Spanish Sign Language (LSE).
Sendaviva Nature Park
This park, located in Arguedas in the south of Navarre, combines animals, attractions and shows. It has an induction loop at the ticket offices. Persons with a disability are offered a preferential location and with the best visibility at all shows. The team of staff is trained in assisting and interacting with persons with a disability. Get more information at Accessible Sendaviva.More information about Sendaviva
The Menduliko cave has adapted its tours so that persons with hearing difficulties can also enjoy this window looking into the depths of the Aralar sierra. For this purpose, the cave offers tablets with explanatory videos in sign language and with subtitles with the same information that the team of guides provides at each stop during the tour.More information about Navarre's caves
The Señorío de Bertiz Interpretation Centre offers adaptations so that persons with a hearing disability can enjoy this interactive exhibition. What is more, the audiovisual shown is subtitled.Click for more information on Baztan
Museums and cultural centres
The Royal Palace of Olite
The Royal Palace of Olite is accessible to persons with hearing difficulties thanks to the videos interpreted in sign language and with subtitles, to be found at the points of interest in this historical building. The videos are available through the QR codes included in the leaflet provided at the start of the tour. The team of guides is specifically trained in assisting and interacting with persons with a hearing disability.More general information on the Castle of Olite
Gustavo de Maeztu Museum, in Estella-Lizarra
One of the aims of this museum is to help promote social cohesion through culture. It organises guided tours and activities adapted to the needs of each specific group, to turn this picture gallery into an open and inclusive space that also covers the needs of persons with a sensory disability.More information on the museum website
Ultreia - Accessible Way of St James Interpretation Centre, in Pamplona
Ultreia welcomes you with a NaviLens marker on the door, giving you access to all the useful information at the centre in a video that is interpreted in the Spanish Sign Language (LSE) and subtitled. It also offers an induction loop for the guided tours and all the audiovisuals are signed and subtitled.
Occidens Exhibition, in Pamplona
The Museum of the Cathedral of Pamplona, where the Occidens exhibition is to be found, has a NaviLens marker on the door, which you can use to access a signed and subtitled video, to get general information on the exhibition.
Museum of Navarre, in Pamplona
The Museum of Navarre usually offers a free programme of guided tours interpreted in the Spanish Sign Language (LSE), with an individual induction loop and amplified sound for some of its exhibitions. You can email the email@example.com, to enquire whether an exhibition is currently available and learn all the details
Museum of the University of Navarre, in Pamplona
There are induction loops on request to make it easier for persons with implants or hearing aids to listen to the guided tours.
Las Eretas Archaeological Site and Museum
For a long time now, Las Eretas Archaeological Site and Museum has been working on making the area accessible to everyone. Hearing accessibility has been achieved with individual induction loops that can be requested at the ticket desk. All the exhibition panels have a QR code that downloads a video interpreted in sign language and subtitled with the information in Spanish and Basque. It also offers a documentary, also in Spanish and Basque, which is interpreted in sign language and subtitled.More information on accessibility at Las Eretas
Zubietako Errota Ecomuseum, in Zubieta
This working mill is a unique museum that produces corn flour to make the town's traditional talos or corn pancakes. The miller will give you a demonstration of his trade. The 3 explanations given during the tour have a version in the Spanish Sign Language (LSE) that you can activate by scanning the appropriate QR code. The aroma of the corn and the feel of the flour will take you back to your childhood. Don't miss this great experience! All the panels in the exhibition area are in videos with signing in the Spanish Sign Language (LSE), subtitles and revoicing, in both Basque and Spanish.