ZALDIHARANA aims to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities in our environment through the application of equestrian therapies, where the horse is used as the main element of communication between therapeutic professionals and people with disabilities.
What to see
Kanpezu is surrounded by a unique natural environment where you will be able to enjoy a wide range of plans surrounded by nature. We recommend the following places:
The Ignatian Way
It retraces the route that Ignatius of Loyola, as a knight, travelled in 1522 from Loyola to Manresa.
Since prehistoric times, the village of Antoñana has been inhabited by nomads who raised livestock breeding.
Due to its location as a transit area between Navarre and Alava-Araba and its proximity to the Ega.
Izki Natural park
Izki was declared a Natural Park in 1998. In its 9,143 hectares it contains an enormous diversity of landscapes, being the third largest park in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country.
A very ancient village. It appears in several documents under the name of Buszanda in 1071 and as Buxanda in the Cuaderno de Ordenanzas de Álava, 1742.
The village of Oteo was created as a pass to control the people and goods that circulated between the valleys of Arana and Campezo. the valleys of Arana and Campezo, although there are remains from the prehistoric era: in the Cavern of Arratiandi, between Atauri and Arratiandi, between Atauri and Oteo, sediments have been found with remains from the Eneolithic period, as well as human bones. human bones.