Church of San Saturnino from the 13th century.
Hermitage of Our Lady of Jerusalem: there is a carving of the Virgin of Jerusalem.
St. Peter’s Church.
Hermitage of San Bartolomé.
Stone cross: which gives its name to its street.
El Cerco: walled enclosure from the 12th century with two bells that ring on holidays.
Dolmens: the Dorre, the dolmen of the mine and the Portillo de Enériz.
Medieval town center: cobbled street, Mayora arch.
Fuente de los Caños: stone fountain in the shape of an arch with two water outlets and small ponds that are filled by it.
The patron saint festivities: in honor of the Virgin of Jerusalem, they are celebrated from September 7 to 15.
The Little Festivals: they are celebrated on March 19 (San José).
San Saturnino, Patron Saint of Artajona: they are celebrated on November 29 (San Saturnino).
Medieval festivals: last weekend of August.
How to get to?
From Pamplona 29 min (32.2 km) via AP-15 and NA-6020
From Madrid 4 hr 8 min (372 km) via A-2
Area: 67 km²
Coordinates: 42°35′28″N 1°45′52″W
Languages: Spanish, Basque
Time: Central European UTC +1