Accessible La Rioja
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La Rioja is an inclusive tourist destination, which works hard at providing real accessibility and creating spaces that will accommodate every individual. We invite you to enjoy our wine tourism and outstanding food, discover the land where dinosaurs lived, experience the St James’ Way and visit the birthplace of the Spanish language.
La Rioja offers a variety of accessible tourism opportunities for all types of tourists. Families, senior citizens and tourists with special needs or functional diversity find activities for every taste in La Rioja.
Nature lovers will enjoy accessible natural environments including greenways, the St James’ Way, Sierra Cebollera Nature Reserve and Sotos de Alfaro Nature Reserve, with routes adapted for wheelchairs and buggies along accessible paths.
There is a wide range of accessible art, heritage and culture so you can discover monasteries, castles, museums and the secrets of Rioja wine. If you want to share a day with the whole family, nothing better than visiting one of our theme parks, like the Barranco Perdido paleoadventure park or Tierra Rapaz, where adults and children alike will enjoy unforgettable experiences.
Of course, you cannot come to La Rioja and fail to visit one of our many accessible wineries and participate in sensory wine tastings, where your senses take over and surprise you with unexpected surprises, letting you discover your personal abilities.
The tourism and cultural offer is varied, and so is the food offer. Visitors to this land never forget our cuisine, thanks to the wide range of accessible tapas routes and restaurants, which are not only free of physical barriers, but also provide special menus to cater to different intolerances and sensitivities.
In short, La Rioja is an enticing region, an accessible destination that hospitably welcomes everyone; a land of positive surprises where you can do sports, attend conferences and meetings, go shopping and much more.
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