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Cabezón de Cameros

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Cabezón de Cameros is a Spanish municipality in La Rioja in the western mountains of the Ibérica mountain chain and the Leza basin. It is part of the Camero Viejo district. The municipality is close to the LR-250 road, 43 km from Logroño and 916 metres above sea level. There are some very large trees (horse-chestnut, lime, etc. ) and some interesting houses. There is a pelota court, a square, children's playground and there are lots of paths.-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is upstream of the River Leza on the western side of the Camero Viejo district.-Area: 11.9 km2.-Height: 916 metres.-Economy: The main activity is livestock farming. , Cabezón de Cameros es un municipio español de La Rioja situado en las sierras occidentales de la Cordillera Ibérica, en la cuenca del río Leza, en la comarca del Camero Viejo. Se ubica junto a la carretera LR-250, a 43 Km de Logroño, a una altura de 916 msnm. Tiene algunos árboles singulares de gran tamaño (Castaño de Indias, Tilo,... ) y algunas casas de interés. Frontón, plaza, juegos infantiles y paseos.-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Torrecilla en Cameros. Se sitúa en el curso alto del río Leza, en la vertiente occidental del Camero Viejo.-Superficie: 11,9 km cuadrados.-Altitud: 916 m.-Economía: Predominantemente ganadera.

Cabezón de Cameros is a Spanish municipality in La Rioja in the western mountains of the Ibérica mountain chain and the Leza basin. It is part of the Camero Viejo district. The municipality is close to the LR-250 road, 43 km from Logroño and 916 metres above sea level. There are some very large trees (horse-chestnut, lime, etc. ) and some interesting houses. There is a pelota court, a square, children's playground and there are lots of paths.-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is upstream of the River Leza on the western side of the Camero Viejo district.-Area: 11.9 km2.-Height: 916 metres.-Economy: The main activity is livestock farming. , Cabezón de Cameros es un municipio español de La Rioja situado en las sierras occidentales de la Cordillera Ibérica, en la cuenca del río Leza, en la comarca del Camero Viejo. Se ubica junto a la carretera LR-250, a 43 Km de Logroño, a una altura de 916 msnm. Tiene algunos árboles singulares de gran tamaño (Castaño de Indias, Tilo,... ) y algunas casas de interés. Frontón, plaza, juegos infantiles y paseos.-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Torrecilla en Cameros. Se sitúa en el curso alto del río Leza, en la vertiente occidental del Camero Viejo.-Superficie: 11,9 km cuadrados.-Altitud: 916 m.-Economía: Predominantemente ganadera.

Calahorra

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Calahorra is a Spanish city in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the Lower Rioja area. The population in 2012 was 30,000 according to data from the Spanish national statistics institute (INE). The town measures 91.41 km² and the population density is 264.9 inhabitants /km². The city holds the titles of Very Noble, Very Loyal and Loyal City. Since the 4th and 5th centuries, it has been the diocesan headquarters of Calahora, which in the past extended all the way to the Bay of Biscay. It is the second most populated and second most largest city in the autonomous region after Logroño. It is the capital of the Lower Rioja district and is known for its farming and antiquity. It was an important Roman city called Calagurris Nassica Iulia and it minted money until the Middle Ages. In addition, Calahorra was the birthplace of the grand oratorical master Marco Fabio Quintiliano, the author of several texts and master of the Roman court. There is a statue in his honour opposite the Town Hall.-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra. The municipal area covers the region where the Rivers Ebro and Cidacos converge, forming a large river plain.-Area: 91.4 km2.-Height: 358 metres.-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Murillo de Calahorra.-Economy: It is the main social and financial centre of the Lower Rioja region and the most highly populated municipality in the region after Logroño. Population numbers have risen during this century due to its status as city and the boom in its farming, industrial and commercial activity. The city's wealth is mainly due to farming and industrial development and a significant increase in tertiary sector activity. Farming is mainly irrigated and the produce supports the canning industry. The main products grown are fruit and vegetables and they always feature strongly during the annual fruit and vegetable show and the culinary conferences that are organised. Secondary industries include all kinds of businesses, such as canning, wood, packaging, shoes, etc. In terms of the tertiary sector, the city serves neighbouring villages and several municipalities in Navarre, providing different services including schools, a hospital and all kinds of businesses.

Calahorra is a Spanish city in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the Lower Rioja area. The population in 2012 was 30,000 according to data from the Spanish national statistics institute (INE). The town measures 91.41 km² and the population density is 264.9 inhabitants /km². The city holds the titles of Very Noble, Very Loyal and Loyal City. Since the 4th and 5th centuries, it has been the diocesan headquarters of Calahora, which in the past extended all the way to the Bay of Biscay. It is the second most populated and second most largest city in the autonomous region after Logroño. It is the capital of the Lower Rioja district and is known for its farming and antiquity. It was an important Roman city called Calagurris Nassica Iulia and it minted money until the Middle Ages. In addition, Calahorra was the birthplace of the grand oratorical master Marco Fabio Quintiliano, the author of several texts and master of the Roman court. There is a statue in his honour opposite the Town Hall.-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra. The municipal area covers the region where the Rivers Ebro and Cidacos converge, forming a large river plain.-Area: 91.4 km2.-Height: 358 metres.-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Murillo de Calahorra.-Economy: It is the main social and financial centre of the Lower Rioja region and the most highly populated municipality in the region after Logroño. Population numbers have risen during this century due to its status as city and the boom in its farming, industrial and commercial activity. The city's wealth is mainly due to farming and industrial development and a significant increase in tertiary sector activity. Farming is mainly irrigated and the produce supports the canning industry. The main products grown are fruit and vegetables and they always feature strongly during the annual fruit and vegetable show and the culinary conferences that are organised. Secondary industries include all kinds of businesses, such as canning, wood, packaging, shoes, etc. In terms of the tertiary sector, the city serves neighbouring villages and several municipalities in Navarre, providing different services including schools, a hospital and all kinds of businesses.

Camprovín

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Camprovín is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is on the right bank of the River Najerilla on the slopes of the Serradero Mountains. It is 10 km away from Nájera. This is a farming town, but a lot of sausages are also produced here. There is a wonderful viewpoint over the Najerilla Valley, deep within the historical monastery route and surrounded by the unspoilt nature of the Demanda Mountains.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipal area is nestled in the Najerilla Valley, at the foot of the Moncalvillo and Sierra mountain ranges.-Area: 20.6 km2.-Height: 673 metres.-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Mahave.-Economy: The main activity here is farming, particularly grapes, but also potatoes, fodder and leguminous plants. Livestock farming centres on wool production, pigs and cattle.

Camprovín is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is on the right bank of the River Najerilla on the slopes of the Serradero Mountains. It is 10 km away from Nájera. This is a farming town, but a lot of sausages are also produced here. There is a wonderful viewpoint over the Najerilla Valley, deep within the historical monastery route and surrounded by the unspoilt nature of the Demanda Mountains.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipal area is nestled in the Najerilla Valley, at the foot of the Moncalvillo and Sierra mountain ranges.-Area: 20.6 km2.-Height: 673 metres.-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Mahave.-Economy: The main activity here is farming, particularly grapes, but also potatoes, fodder and leguminous plants. Livestock farming centres on wool production, pigs and cattle.

Canales de la Sierra

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Canales de la Sierra is a town in the autonomous region of La Rioja, 84 km from Logroño. It is in the southwest of the province, at the head of the Najerilla valley and 1027 metres above sea level. The town measures 54 km². There are around 85 registered inhabitants, although in winter this drops to around 19.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality is located upriver of the Najerilla, along the southern border of the Demanda mountain range, surrounded by high peaks such as Peñalba, Quemada, Gomituerto and Cerezales.-Area: 40 km2.-Height: 1,027 metres.-Economy: Canales' economy is based on livestock farming.

Canales de la Sierra is a town in the autonomous region of La Rioja, 84 km from Logroño. It is in the southwest of the province, at the head of the Najerilla valley and 1027 metres above sea level. The town measures 54 km². There are around 85 registered inhabitants, although in winter this drops to around 19.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality is located upriver of the Najerilla, along the southern border of the Demanda mountain range, surrounded by high peaks such as Peñalba, Quemada, Gomituerto and Cerezales.-Area: 40 km2.-Height: 1,027 metres.-Economy: Canales' economy is based on livestock farming.

Canillas de Río Tuerto

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Canillas de Río Tuerto is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.-Location:It is part of the district of Nájera.-Area: 3.5 km2.-Height: 629 metres.-Economy: The main activity is irrigated farming due to the water available from the Mansilla Reservoir. There is also a lot of potato farming.

Canillas de Río Tuerto is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.-Location:It is part of the district of Nájera.-Area: 3.5 km2.-Height: 629 metres.-Economy: The main activity is irrigated farming due to the water available from the Mansilla Reservoir. There is also a lot of potato farming.

Cañas

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Cañas is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. The municipality's fortune has long been linked to the Cistercian nuns. Both Cañas and Canillas were given to the nuns in 1170. The monastery, which is one of the region's most refined Gothic buildings visited by many people every day, and the image of Santo Domingo de Silos, the town's son, are the town's main attractions.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is in the Tuerto Valley.-Area: 9.8 km2.-Height: 657 metres.-Economy: This is a mainly farming town and the main crops are grain, grapes and potatoes.

Cañas is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. The municipality's fortune has long been linked to the Cistercian nuns. Both Cañas and Canillas were given to the nuns in 1170. The monastery, which is one of the region's most refined Gothic buildings visited by many people every day, and the image of Santo Domingo de Silos, the town's son, are the town's main attractions.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is in the Tuerto Valley.-Area: 9.8 km2.-Height: 657 metres.-Economy: This is a mainly farming town and the main crops are grain, grapes and potatoes.

Cárdenas

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It is mentioned as a free town in Fernán González's oath. In 992, Sancho Abarca offered the town to San Millán for the soul of Prince Ramiro. 72 years later, it was also given by Sancho IV of Peñalén.-Surrounding area: There are poplar groves, the River Cárdenas (a trout river) and fields where you can hunt partridge, rabbits and hares.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality lies upstream of the River Cárdenas.-Area: 4 km2.-Height: 556 metres.-Economy: The town's main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops. , Villa realenga que se menciona en el Voto de Fernán González. Sancho Abarca ofreció el poblado a San Millán el año 992 por el alma del Infante Ramiro. 72 años después también lo dona Sancho IV el de Peñalén.-Alrededores: Choperas, río Cárdenas (truchero) y campos para la caza de la perdiz, el conejo y la liebre.-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Nájera. El municipio se organiza en el curso alto del río Cárdenas.-Superficie: 4 km cuadrados.-Altitud: 556 m.-Economía: Su población vive de la agricultura principalmente de secano.

It is mentioned as a free town in Fernán González's oath. In 992, Sancho Abarca offered the town to San Millán for the soul of Prince Ramiro. 72 years later, it was also given by Sancho IV of Peñalén.-Surrounding area: There are poplar groves, the River Cárdenas (a trout river) and fields where you can hunt partridge, rabbits and hares.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. The municipality lies upstream of the River Cárdenas.-Area: 4 km2.-Height: 556 metres.-Economy: The town's main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops. , Villa realenga que se menciona en el Voto de Fernán González. Sancho Abarca ofreció el poblado a San Millán el año 992 por el alma del Infante Ramiro. 72 años después también lo dona Sancho IV el de Peñalén.-Alrededores: Choperas, río Cárdenas (truchero) y campos para la caza de la perdiz, el conejo y la liebre.-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Nájera. El municipio se organiza en el curso alto del río Cárdenas.-Superficie: 4 km cuadrados.-Altitud: 556 m.-Economía: Su población vive de la agricultura principalmente de secano.

Casalarreina

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Casalarreina is a municipality and town in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northeast of the province. The district is under the local jurisdiction of Haro.-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is on a large river plain, close to the Oja and Tirón Rivers .-Area: 8.1 km2.-Height: 499 metres.-Economy: Casalarreina is predominantly a farming town: wheat, barley, beet and fruit, particularly apples. In the last few years, the number of poultry and pig farms has grown and as a result, there are more sausage businesses.

Casalarreina is a municipality and town in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northeast of the province. The district is under the local jurisdiction of Haro.-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is on a large river plain, close to the Oja and Tirón Rivers .-Area: 8.1 km2.-Height: 499 metres.-Economy: Casalarreina is predominantly a farming town: wheat, barley, beet and fruit, particularly apples. In the last few years, the number of poultry and pig farms has grown and as a result, there are more sausage businesses.

Castañares de Rioja

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Castañares de Rioja is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northeast of the province. The River Oja and the Najerilla Canal cross the municipality.-Location:It is part of the district of Haro. The municipality is in the lower part of the Oja Valley on a river plain.-Area: 10.9 km2.-Height: 546 metres.-Economy: The main activity is farming and the main crops are wheat, potatoes and beet. There is also a lot of livestock farming, particularly sheep.

Castañares de Rioja is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northeast of the province. The River Oja and the Najerilla Canal cross the municipality.-Location:It is part of the district of Haro. The municipality is in the lower part of the Oja Valley on a river plain.-Area: 10.9 km2.-Height: 546 metres.-Economy: The main activity is farming and the main crops are wheat, potatoes and beet. There is also a lot of livestock farming, particularly sheep.

Castroviejo

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Castroviejo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is approximately 15 km from Nájera and 34 km from Logroño. It is one of the most pleasant places in the Yalde Valley, as the small population and wooded surroundings have turned this town into an oasis of peace.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is located upriver of the Najerilla, next to the 7 Viniegras towns where the steep slopes culminate in the peaks of the Serradero Mountains.-Area: 20.7 km2.-Height: 955 metres.-Economy: The municipality's main activity is livestock farming, particularly sheep and cattle.

Castroviejo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is approximately 15 km from Nájera and 34 km from Logroño. It is one of the most pleasant places in the Yalde Valley, as the small population and wooded surroundings have turned this town into an oasis of peace.-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is located upriver of the Najerilla, next to the 7 Viniegras towns where the steep slopes culminate in the peaks of the Serradero Mountains.-Area: 20.7 km2.-Height: 955 metres.-Economy: The municipality's main activity is livestock farming, particularly sheep and cattle.

Cellorigo

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Cellórigo, or the «Pulpit of La Rioja» as it is known, had its golden moment during the 9th century when there was a castle that witnessed numerous fights between Arabs and Christians. Nothing remains of the castle. Cellórigo appears in Fernán González's oath, in the 12th century charters of Miranda and in Cerezo's charter as well.

-Surrounding area: The Nuestra Señora del Barrio Church, the patron of Cellórigo, is in the Santa María neighbourhood. This 12th century church is now in ruins. There is a spectacular panoramic view from the PeñaLengua hill, which forms a natural border between Burgos and La Rioja.


-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is between the southern foothills of the Obaranes Mountains and the plains of the Upper Rioja region. The landscape is very rugged with large crags like the solid Peñaluenga. These make the border with Burgos. Since it was settled, it has dominated the Tirón and Oja valleys.
-Area: 12.3 km2.
-Height: 790 metres.
-Economy: The municipality is almost uninhabited. The few people who live here are farmers, growing crops or breeding livestock.

Cellórigo, or the «Pulpit of La Rioja» as it is known, had its golden moment during the 9th century when there was a castle that witnessed numerous fights between Arabs and Christians. Nothing remains of the castle. Cellórigo appears in Fernán González's oath, in the 12th century charters of Miranda and in Cerezo's charter as well.

-Surrounding area: The Nuestra Señora del Barrio Church, the patron of Cellórigo, is in the Santa María neighbourhood. This 12th century church is now in ruins. There is a spectacular panoramic view from the PeñaLengua hill, which forms a natural border between Burgos and La Rioja.


-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is between the southern foothills of the Obaranes Mountains and the plains of the Upper Rioja region. The landscape is very rugged with large crags like the solid Peñaluenga. These make the border with Burgos. Since it was settled, it has dominated the Tirón and Oja valleys.
-Area: 12.3 km2.
-Height: 790 metres.
-Economy: The municipality is almost uninhabited. The few people who live here are farmers, growing crops or breeding livestock.

Cenicero

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It is thought that the name Cenicero (ash-pan in English), can be traced back to when local shepherds left piles of ash in the bonfires on the banks of the River Ebro. Cenicero was occupied by the Arabs until 740. It was a village belonging to Nájera until 1636 when it was set up as an independent town by decree with the right to its own «gallows and pillory». Cenicero holds claim to a heroic deed during the first Carlist War: Zumalacárregui crossed the River Ebro to rob a convoy headed towards Logroño. Fifty villagers and defenders of the liberal cause took shelter in the church and held out for 26 hours. Cenicero's recently erected freedom statue recalls the events that took place in October 1834.-Surrounding area: Vegetable gardens and groves along the River Ebro.-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is downstream of the River Najerilla. -Area: 31.8 km2. -Height: 436 metres. -Economy: This is a farming area and the main produce is grapes. There are several wineries and cooperatives in Cenicero which employ a lot of people from the town. There are also other wine-related industries: distilleries, cooperages, cork factories etc. The tertiary sector is fairly large.

It is thought that the name Cenicero (ash-pan in English), can be traced back to when local shepherds left piles of ash in the bonfires on the banks of the River Ebro. Cenicero was occupied by the Arabs until 740. It was a village belonging to Nájera until 1636 when it was set up as an independent town by decree with the right to its own «gallows and pillory». Cenicero holds claim to a heroic deed during the first Carlist War: Zumalacárregui crossed the River Ebro to rob a convoy headed towards Logroño. Fifty villagers and defenders of the liberal cause took shelter in the church and held out for 26 hours. Cenicero's recently erected freedom statue recalls the events that took place in October 1834.-Surrounding area: Vegetable gardens and groves along the River Ebro.-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is downstream of the River Najerilla. -Area: 31.8 km2. -Height: 436 metres. -Economy: This is a farming area and the main produce is grapes. There are several wineries and cooperatives in Cenicero which employ a lot of people from the town. There are also other wine-related industries: distilleries, cooperages, cork factories etc. The tertiary sector is fairly large.