At the most northern point of Funes, and on the foundations of the primitive medieval wall, is the Church of Santiago, a 16th century monument with a high reddish tower that has a square and polygonal finish. In the past, it served as a burial ground for local families.
The Hermitage of Santo Cristo del Calvario is an 18th century building that was rebuilt during the 50’s of the 20th century, when the garden atrium and the small belfry tower were added. Inside, there is an interesting wood carving of crucified Christ. Two kilometers from the town lies the Hermitage of Our Lady of Portegado.
Formerly, there was another hermitage with the same vocation in the center of the village, but its disuse and abandonment led to the erection of a new one in the second half of the twentieth century. Next to it is the Monument of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which began to be built in 1959 thanks for volunteer work and money from the village. The stone sculpture is the work of Rafael de la Huerta. Between the Church of Santiago and the monument runs the ‘Vía Crucis Monumental’ formed by fourteen large crosses made of cast iron.
The biggest tourist attraction to see in Funes is its natural environment that is just a few kilometers from its urban center. This is the Ravine of Peñalén, chosen in 2008 by popular vote as one of the Ten Wonders of Navarra. It is a steep promontory, almost four hundred meters above ground, that converges with the Aragón and Arga rivers. Its rugged and breathtaking profile is the result of centuries of erosion of rivers from the wind and rain. There is a a lot of botanical and animal diversity, especially with birds like the falcon or the goshawk. This is one of the biggest attractions. The ravine and its surroundings can be traversed following a circular road of thirteen kilometers that is made for walkers and cyclists.