Sansol is a place on the Camino de Santiago in the Spanish-speaking part of the Autonomous Community of Navarre.


The town was founded in 1176, was released as King Sancho the way the place for settlement. The name results from an abraded form of San Zoilo Martyr of Cordoba, whose patronage had the MonasterySan Zoilo de Carrión de los Condes chosen, which maintained a Commandery in this place. The place remaining evidence of the activities of the times very influential monastery is the parish church dedicated to San Zoilo. Bravo Lozano Sansol suspected as the site of the hospice, its location in the Jacob book behind Los Arcos and the first flow is specified. Between 1463 and 1753 Sansol belonged to the Kingdom of Castile.


The baroque church of San Zoilo integrated partially assembled structures of an earlier building. The tower from the time of the new building rises narrow and rectangular plan, is at the height of the belfry into the octagon and a small dome to the tower lantern over. Inside are a baptismal font from the 16th century and paintings from the 18th century, the altarpiece is neoclassical and sparsely decorated, besides imitating marble paintings come before Übergoldungen that Kalvarienszene dates from the 17th century In the transept there is a also neoclassical altar, which includes an image of the Virgen de Nieva. The 14th century is the emergence of an interesting time Peter figure, shown on a throne with lions. In the sacristy there are two crucifixes and a figure of the Virgen del Rosario and a baroque reliquary from the 17th century and a silver chalice in the Rococo style. A gilded Portapaz, a measuring utensil is now kept in the Diocesan Museum in Pamplona.

Furthermore, there are several interesting mansions and below the church a Baroque palace from 1702, which are among the most important secular buildings in the area of Estella.