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La Rioja Baja Culture

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Time for itinerary: 1 day

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La Rioja is most famous for its pinchos (small tapas) and wine. Shall we go out for pinchos?

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La Rioja es un destino para descubrir, pero sobre todo para vivirlo, para sentir, para disfrutar. La Rioja apetece por muchas razones y en esta pequeña comunidad, la más pequeña de España, se pueden vivir experiencias únicas. Como muestra valgan estas 10 seleccionadas, aunque si visita esta tierra descubrirá que hay muchas más.

1. Calle Laurel y San Juan

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Viñas, calados y antiguas fortalezas

La Rioja ha sido el escenario escogido por Sony Music para rodar el nuevo videoclip musical (‘Contradicción’) de su artista estrella Malú. El equipo de grabación, con la intérprete madrileña a la cabeza, ha visitado localidades riojanas y ha quedado impresionado con algunos de los recursos turísticos que caracterizan a esta sorprendente región. Viñas, calados, castillos y puentes ilustran el paso de la popular cantante por La Rioja. ¿Quieres saber dónde estuvo grabando su nuevo trabajo y seguir sus pasos?

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Alcanadre

tipo de documento Towns

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Alcanadre is a municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja. The River Ebro crosses the municipal area.
-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra.
-Area:30.94 Km2.
-Height: 346 metres.
-Economy: There is a lot of irrigated farming and the main crops are barley, wheat, olives and grapes. The area also has a large canning industry. Although the El Sequero industrial estate is close, population numbers have decreased since the middle of the century.
Alcanadre is a municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja. The River Ebro crosses the municipal area.
-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra.
-Area:30.94 Km2.
-Height: 346 metres.
-Economy: There is a lot of irrigated farming and the main crops are barley, wheat, olives and grapes. The area also has a large canning industry. Although the El Sequero industrial estate is close, population numbers have decreased since the middle of the century.

Aldeanueva de Ebro

tipo de documento Towns

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Aldeanueva de Ebro is a municipality in La Rioja that is part of the Alfaro district. It is 10 kilometres from Calahorra and 65 kilometres from Logroño. The municipality dates back to the 11th century, when it was settled by shepherds from the Cameros region and from Calahorra following Calahorra's recapture by King García Sánchez III of Nájera in 1045. It was a village belonging to Calahorra until 1664, during the reign of Felipe IV, when the friars at the Fitero Monastery, which was linked to the village, lent the villagers a significant amount of money and it became an independent town. Following many claims, the village then called Arnedo de Ebro was handed to Manuel Íñiguez of Arnedo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Alfaro.
-Area:29 Km2.
-Height: 343 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is grain and grape growing, although other fruits and vegetables are also farmed and these products have resulted in a large canning industry.
Aldeanueva de Ebro is a municipality in La Rioja that is part of the Alfaro district. It is 10 kilometres from Calahorra and 65 kilometres from Logroño. The municipality dates back to the 11th century, when it was settled by shepherds from the Cameros region and from Calahorra following Calahorra's recapture by King García Sánchez III of Nájera in 1045. It was a village belonging to Calahorra until 1664, during the reign of Felipe IV, when the friars at the Fitero Monastery, which was linked to the village, lent the villagers a significant amount of money and it became an independent town. Following many claims, the village then called Arnedo de Ebro was handed to Manuel Íñiguez of Arnedo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Alfaro.
-Area:29 Km2.
-Height: 343 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is grain and grape growing, although other fruits and vegetables are also farmed and these products have resulted in a large canning industry.

Alfaro

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Alfaro is a city and municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja. Alfaro is in the east of the province, in the Lower Rioja area. It is the main city in the district of Alfaro and the largest municipality in the whole of La Rioja; it borders the autonomous region of Navarre. On the 1 January 2009, the population was 9,883 according to data from the Spanish national institute of statistics (INE). It is the fifth most populated city after Logroño, Calahorra, Arnedo and Haro. The River Ebro crosses the north of the municipality and the River Alhama flows into the Ebro having encircled Alfaro to the west.


-Area: It is part of the district of Alfaro.
-Area: 193.3 km2.
-Height: 302 metres.
-Economy: The area's biggest industry is food and agriculture with around,60,000 hectares of irrigated land, where fruit and vegetables are grown. Secondary activities include a large canning industry and wood and furniture businesses. Chair production is particularly important and so are products connected to the construction industry: tiles and bricks. The tertiary sector and industry are also important in Alfaro.

Alfaro is a city and municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja. Alfaro is in the east of the province, in the Lower Rioja area. It is the main city in the district of Alfaro and the largest municipality in the whole of La Rioja; it borders the autonomous region of Navarre. On the 1 January 2009, the population was 9,883 according to data from the Spanish national institute of statistics (INE). It is the fifth most populated city after Logroño, Calahorra, Arnedo and Haro. The River Ebro crosses the north of the municipality and the River Alhama flows into the Ebro having encircled Alfaro to the west.


-Area: It is part of the district of Alfaro.
-Area: 193.3 km2.
-Height: 302 metres.
-Economy: The area's biggest industry is food and agriculture with around,60,000 hectares of irrigated land, where fruit and vegetables are grown. Secondary activities include a large canning industry and wood and furniture businesses. Chair production is particularly important and so are products connected to the construction industry: tiles and bricks. The tertiary sector and industry are also important in Alfaro.

Calahorra

tipo de documento Towns

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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.

El Redal

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El Redal is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. The municipality is under the local jurisdiction of Calahorra and was included in what is known as the Ocón Valley. It stands on a plain to the northeast of Villa de Ocón. This is a farming town and increasing numbers of vines are being planted at the expense of the town's almond trees. The remaining farm land is planted with olive trees, barley and fruit and vegetables (mainly mushrooms and wild mushrooms). There are also large pastures where flocks of sheep graze.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It forms part of the Ocón Valley.
-Area: 8.3 km2.
-Height: 619 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly mushrooms and potatoes.
El Redal is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. The municipality is under the local jurisdiction of Calahorra and was included in what is known as the Ocón Valley. It stands on a plain to the northeast of Villa de Ocón. This is a farming town and increasing numbers of vines are being planted at the expense of the town's almond trees. The remaining farm land is planted with olive trees, barley and fruit and vegetables (mainly mushrooms and wild mushrooms). There are also large pastures where flocks of sheep graze.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It forms part of the Ocón Valley.
-Area: 8.3 km2.
-Height: 619 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly mushrooms and potatoes.

La Antigua Bodega

tipo de documento Accommodations

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Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses

Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses

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Alcanadre

Lagos de San Isidro  is a holiday cottage built on the site of a La Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 5 double rooms, all with separate bathroom with hydromassage, TV. Two of these rooms have a small room where an extra bed can be added.

In the village of Alcanadre, you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses.

Alcanadre

Lagos de San Isidro  is a holiday cottage built on the site of a La Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 5 double rooms, all with separate bathroom with hydromassage, TV. Two of these rooms have a small room where an extra bed can be added.

In the village of Alcanadre, you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses.

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Arnedillo

Fortress Tower of the old castle, and stretch of wall on the hillside.
Period: 12th century
Property: Municipal
Open to the public: Free admission

Arnedillo

Fortress Tower of the old castle, and stretch of wall on the hillside.
Period: 12th century
Property: Municipal
Open to the public: Free admission