Check here the weather in Roncesvalles today to know what you should take with you and how to plan your pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago.
Roncesvalles, at 944 meters above sea level, is characterized by its mountain climate typical of the northernmost part of the Pyrenean valleys of the merindad of Sangüesa (Navarra). It is characterized by very cold and long winters, with precipitations in the form of snow in the highest levels and dry and short summers.
Geographically, Roncesvalles is part of the Pyrenees region of Auñamendi (merindad de Sangüesa) and is located less than 50 kilometers from Pamplona, capital of Navarra. It has an area of 15 km2 and a population of 34 inhabitants that does not however prevent it registering a high traffic of pilgrims all the year. Its highest point is the summit of Mount Orzanzurieta, with 1567 meters of altitude.
Roncesvalles is a common starting point for the pilgrimage of many pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago, as it is the beginning of the Camino de Santiago route in Spain (more than 700 km to Santiago de Compostela). Pilgrims departing from Roncesvalles to Santiago can affirm that they have completed all stages of the French Way as a whole.
If you are planning to do the Camino de Santiago from this thousand year old Navarrese town, here you can find out the weather in Roncesvalles today, so that you can plan all the possible setbacks in your trip.
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