Navarra

Regulation

Requirements and registration procedure

The Gobierno de Navarra regulates tourist rentals (Viviendas Turísticas) and requires that they appear in the Tourism Register of Navarra (Registro de Turismo de Navarra), and that the identification number of the Register is shown in the advertisement for the accommodation. To register your tourist accommodation, you must present an affidavit and ensure that the property – house, villa, chalet, cave home, prefab house or similar permanent construction and any annexes or extensions to a building – complies with a series of requirements:

– it must have a minimum useable surface area of 90 m² (969 sq ft).
– there must be a separate entrance to the property.
– the property must be privately and wholly owned by one person and not subdivided into partitions.

To ensure that you meet all these requirements and to learn more about the registration process, we recommend that you consult this section which aims to clear up the main doubts and questions about tourist lets (in Spanish).

You can also contact the Dirección General de Turismo

Tel: 848 424 647

Mandatory registration

To meet the requirements for the current regulation, you have to include the ID number from the Registro de Turismo de Navarra in your advertisement. We have provided a field for this which you can find in the “Basic data” tab when you change your advertisement. You can also send this ID number to legal@rentalia.com and we will add it to the advertisement for you.

* We cannot guarantee that these regulations have not been subject to recent modifications, and as such recommend that you always double check using the links and contact details we provide.

If you have any doubts about the regulations in your area, write to us at legal@rentalia.com

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Updated on 17 January, 2019

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