This Navarrese city is beautiful and full of gardens, history and culture. Of course, the Camino de Santiago (St. James’s Way) also happens to pass through and the whole place bursts into life in July for the famous Sanfermines festival. It therefore goes without saying that new homes in Pamplona are among the most sought-after.
One of the features of this municipality is the excellent and wide range of jobs on offer. So much so that the unemployment rate stands at only 9.26%. It can also boast one of the highest annual incomes per capita in Spain. Specifically, the 2020 data provided by the National Statistics Institute put the capital of Navarre in an honourable second place with 15,094 euros, with the Basque Country in first (15,813 euros) and the Community of Madrid in third (14,580 euros).
Its 350,000 inhabitants enjoy a city that provides excellent quality of life. The city radiates history thanks to sights such as the Cathedral of Santa María la Real, its packed cultural schedule and, of course, its university atmosphere.
In addition to the above there are plenty of parks and green space. Thanks to them we can enjoy nature and a good walk in the Taconera and Yamaguchi Gardens, along the Arga River and Media Luna Parks, among many others.
Another of Pamplona’s trump cards is its hosting of one of the most international of festivals. It is quite obvious that we refer to the Sanfermines, which turn the city into a global focal point year after year.
It’s a festival in stark contrast to another much quieter tradition, namely the passage of pilgrims on their way along one of the oldest stretches of the Camino de Santiago, specifically the route known as the French Way. In fact, throughout the year it’s common to see these walkers, who usually stop in Pamplona on their pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
With such an attractive location, Kronos Homes needed to have a presence in the province, so we took the plunge with our new housing development in Barañain known as Naos. Located just four kilometres from the centre of Pamplona, it is currently regarded as one of the areas with the greatest urban expansion. But we still have more to tell you, because this project is really special and excels among the range of new homes in Pamplona:
In short, this is one of the most attractive cities in northern Spain, as it has set out to offer high quality of life to all its inhabitants thanks to its culture, its wide array of green space and its public services. However, of course, Pamplona’s dynamic job market also encourages many people to move to the city to enjoy stability and an environment of opportunities for professional and academic development. And what better place to do so than in Naos.