Many aspects inform us about traditional life and customs in Navarre and Lower Navarre. This traditional and especially rural life has been represented by local customs writers and registered and studied by folklorists, ethnographers and anthropologists. Today many of these customs associated to traditional life have disappeared or have evolved within a post-industrial and multicultural society. So, it is necessary to distinguish between testimonies based on direct and present observation of these customs in action and framented referred testimonies of an extinct traditional life. In this section, although both types are mentioned, priority is given to prevailing customs, including those of ethnic and multicultural minorities. In fact, testimonies about sports, dances and traditional representations are compiled; about traditional games (for children, youngsters and adults); about costumes and cultural material in general terms typical of that traditional life; also testimonies refering to food and gastronomy, traditional hunting and fishing; about traditional craftsmanship and art; about the pilgrimage and devoutness promoted by the Way of Santiago. Finally, under the graphic memory headline, old images of places have been indexed which give evidence on their own of the sociocultural evolution.