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URDAX AND ZUGARRAMURDI

The legend and mystery of witches lives on among the locals in Zugarramurdi, who these days are happy to show visitors the caves that were the scene of witches’ meetings and the celebration of “Akelarres” (traditional dance ceremonies of the covens). Urdazubi also offers visitors the chance to visit the thousand-year-old caves of Ikaburu.

 
Urdazubi
Urdazubi
Zugarramurdi and Urdax
This town was founded towards the 15th Century under the rule of the Monastery of San Salvador and was segregated and declared to be free in 1774. The population is distributed between the town...
Zugarramurdi
Zugarramurdi
Zugarramurdi and Urdax
This village belonged to the Monastery of San Salvador de Urdax and in 1667 was awarded the status of "free town". The municipality is formed by Zugarramurdi and Azcar, Echartea, Madaria and Olarur....
 
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