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Tiempo: 36 h

Kilómetros: 3,20 h

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Día 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - ezcaray

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4 day tour of La Rioja

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Day 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - Ezcaray

On the first day, you could follow the St James' Way as it crosses La Rioja. You can start in Logroño, although I would suggest that you leave at least one evening to get to know the capital and, particularly, to enjoy the popular cuisine of the Calle Laurel (the most visited location in La Rioja)

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Alesanco

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Alescanco is a municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera.
-Area: 17.3 km2.
-Height: 568 metres.
-Economy: The main industry is grain, grape and potato farming.
Alescanco is a municipality within the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera.
-Area: 17.3 km2.
-Height: 568 metres.
-Economy: The main industry is grain, grape and potato farming.

Logroño

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Logroño is a municipality in the north of Spain and the capital city of the autonomous region and province of La Rioja. It is also the region's most populated town (almost half of region lives here) and its financial, cultural and service centre. The River Ebro crosses Logroño and the town has historically been a place where paths cross, such as The Way of St. James. The town's borders have also been disputed and were fought over by the ancient kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. The town's population has increased slowly, but significantly, during the last century in comparison to neighbouring towns. This has mainly been due to the migration of people from other districts in the region. In 2012 it was the Spanish food capital.
-Distances: These are the distances to other Spanish cities from Logroño: Madrid 334 km; Bilbao 124 km; Zaragoza 170 km; Pamplona 90 km; Burgos 111 km; Barcelona 468 km. Location: La Rioja's capital is on the banks of the River Ebro, covering a large plain.
-Height: 384 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: El Cortijo, Varea, La Estrella, Yagüe.
-Economy: Logroño is the autonomous region's main industrial centre and its importance with regards several nearby municipalities has grown thanks to its industrial estates (La Portalada, Cantabria, Cascajos, El Sequero, San Lázaro and El Cortijo). The city has good transport links and can be reached on the A
-68, the N
-120 and the N
-232. There is also a civil airport in Agoncillo. The city also has many hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions. Logroño's tertiary sector has grown enormously since the 1960's due to large numbers of immigrants.
Logroño is a municipality in the north of Spain and the capital city of the autonomous region and province of La Rioja. It is also the region's most populated town (almost half of region lives here) and its financial, cultural and service centre. The River Ebro crosses Logroño and the town has historically been a place where paths cross, such as The Way of St. James. The town's borders have also been disputed and were fought over by the ancient kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. The town's population has increased slowly, but significantly, during the last century in comparison to neighbouring towns. This has mainly been due to the migration of people from other districts in the region. In 2012 it was the Spanish food capital.
-Distances: These are the distances to other Spanish cities from Logroño: Madrid 334 km; Bilbao 124 km; Zaragoza 170 km; Pamplona 90 km; Burgos 111 km; Barcelona 468 km. Location:
La Rioja's capital is on the banks of the River Ebro, covering a large plain.
-Height: 384 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: El Cortijo, Varea, La Estrella, Yagüe.
-Economy: Logroño is the autonomous region's main industrial centre and its importance with regards several nearby municipalities has grown thanks to its industrial estates (La Portalada, Cantabria, Cascajos, El Sequero, San Lázaro and El Cortijo). The city has good transport links and can be reached on the A
-68, the N
-120 and the N
-232. There is also a civil airport in Agoncillo. The city also has many hotels, restaurants and cultural attractions. Logroño's tertiary sector has grown enormously since the 1960's due to large numbers of immigrants.

Navarrete

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There is a castle on Tedeón Hill which was built by Alfonso VIII to defend the Kingdom of Navarre. It alternately belonged to Castilla and Navarre. Navarrete is a town on the Way of St. James pilgrim's route. Ceramics and pottery are now the main industries.


-Surrounding area: The cemetery has a 12th century Romanesque entrance made from the remains of the old church which stood next to the Medieval San Juan de Acre pilgrim's hospital. The remains of this building remain and are 1km outside the village. The «El Suceso» Chapel. Campsite.


At Christmas there is a living nativity scene.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is in the western Iregua Valley.
-Area: 28.3 km2.
-Height: 512 metres.
-Economy: Navarrete is mainly a farming and industrial town. A lot of wine is produced and there are many pottery workshops.

There is a castle on Tedeón Hill which was built by Alfonso VIII to defend the Kingdom of Navarre. It alternately belonged to Castilla and Navarre. Navarrete is a town on the Way of St. James pilgrim's route. Ceramics and pottery are now the main industries.


-Surrounding area: The cemetery has a 12th century Romanesque entrance made from the remains of the old church which stood next to the Medieval San Juan de Acre pilgrim's hospital. The remains of this building remain and are 1km outside the village. The «El Suceso» Chapel. Campsite.


At Christmas there is a living nativity scene.

-Location: It is part of the district of Logroño. It is in the western Iregua Valley.
-Area: 28.3 km2.
-Height: 512 metres.
-Economy: Navarrete is mainly a farming and industrial town. A lot of wine is produced and there are many pottery workshops.

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The city is a beautiful stop on the Way of St. James. It is linked to Santo Domingo, who was born in Vitoria, and to his building work on the Roman road. The city was settled and grew as a result of the pilgrim's hospital founded by the Saint around the second half of the 12th century. The bridge spanning the River Oja, which helped pilgrims on their way, also contributed to the city's development. The city grew as a result of the inn, then later due to the Way of St. James and it became a considerable artistic, religious and financial centre. It became more powerful in the late Middle Ages.


In August, there is a play about the miracles of the saint called «Los Milagros del santo», and during the December bank holiday to celebrate the constitution there is a «Medieval Market». Of interest: visit the real cockerel and hen in the cathedral.


On the 25 April, the first day of the festival, members of the guild walk the streets of the town using a feather to paint blue marks on the faces of the young people chosen to take part in the procession. From the 1 May onwards, a drummer walks through the town banging a drum to represent the Saint's steps as he guided the pilgrims. On the 10 May, there is a procession of sheep to remember Alfonso I of Aragón's 1112 order, which stated that the town's livestock could graze freely on the kingdom's mountains. On this day, oak branches are blessed and there is a procession of Prioresses. The Pan del Santo procession takes place the following day. A child carrying a bread figure of the hanged pilgrim leads the procession, followed by the maidens. The Wheel Procession also takes place on this day. The Saint's death is remembered on the 22 with a shared lunch, mass in the cathedral and then the procession. During the festivities there are open-air dances, bull fighting and all kinds of other events.


-Surrounding area: The Abejas and Santo Chapels. The town is close to Valdezcaray and the Demanda Mountains.




-Location: The town is part of the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada. It is on a large river plain and to the south and south west the landscape gradually rises towards the foothills of the Yuso Mountains.
-Area: 39.91 km2.
-Height: 638 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops and potatoes, but there are also some more recent industries:
metal, construction, wood, textiles, etc. The tertiary sector is growing and there are many businesses of all kinds including workshops, banks, hotels, businesses, schools and shopping centres, etc.
The city is a beautiful stop on the Way of St. James. It is linked to Santo Domingo, who was born in Vitoria, and to his building work on the Roman road. The city was settled and grew as a result of the pilgrim's hospital founded by the Saint around the second half of the 12th century. The bridge spanning the River Oja, which helped pilgrims on their way, also contributed to the city's development. The city grew as a result of the inn, then later due to the Way of St. James and it became a considerable artistic, religious and financial centre. It became more powerful in the late Middle Ages.


In August, there is a play about the miracles of the saint called «Los Milagros del santo», and during the December bank holiday to celebrate the constitution there is a «Medieval Market». Of interest: visit the real cockerel and hen in the cathedral.


On the 25 April, the first day of the festival, members of the guild walk the streets of the town using a feather to paint blue marks on the faces of the young people chosen to take part in the procession. From the 1 May onwards, a drummer walks through the town banging a drum to represent the Saint's steps as he guided the pilgrims. On the 10 May, there is a procession of sheep to remember Alfonso I of Aragón's 1112 order, which stated that the town's livestock could graze freely on the kingdom's mountains. On this day, oak branches are blessed and there is a procession of Prioresses. The Pan del Santo procession takes place the following day. A child carrying a bread figure of the hanged pilgrim leads the procession, followed by the maidens. The Wheel Procession also takes place on this day. The Saint's death is remembered on the 22 with a shared lunch, mass in the cathedral and then the procession. During the festivities there are open-air dances, bull fighting and all kinds of other events.


-Surrounding area: The Abejas and Santo Chapels. The town is close to Valdezcaray and the Demanda Mountains.




-Location: The town is part of the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada. It is on a large river plain and to the south and south west the landscape gradually rises towards the foothills of the Yuso Mountains.
-Area: 39.91 km2.
-Height: 638 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is farming, particularly rain-fed crops and potatoes, but there are also some more recent industries:
metal, construction, wood, textiles, etc. The tertiary sector is growing and there are many businesses of all kinds including workshops, banks, hotels, businesses, schools and shopping centres, etc.

Pensión Jauja

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Alesanco

Pensión Jauja is located on a privileged site in La Rioja Alta, 5 minutes from the Monasteries Routes, 10 from St James' Way and 20 from Logroño or San Millán. Located between Cañas and Santo Domingo, 10 minutes from the golf course. It has seven double rooms with full bathroom, TV and A/C, some with Balcony (cot if required). Breakfast service (buffet), easy parking and swimming pool. Economic rates and polite and friendly atmosphere. Reservations by telephone.

Alesanco

Pensión Jauja is located on a privileged site in La Rioja Alta, 5 minutes from the Monasteries Routes, 10 from St James' Way and 20 from Logroño or San Millán. Located between Cañas and Santo Domingo, 10 minutes from the golf course. It has seven double rooms with full bathroom, TV and A/C, some with Balcony (cot if required). Breakfast service (buffet), easy parking and swimming pool. Economic rates and polite and friendly atmosphere. Reservations by telephone.

San Andrés

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Alesón

Hostal San Andrés, hostal del Camino de Santiago in Alesón(La Rioja)

Alesón

Hostal San Andrés, hostal del Camino de Santiago in Alesón(La Rioja)

HM Alfaro

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Alfaro

Opened on April 19, 2010, Hotel HM Alfaro opened its doors with the experience of three generations devoted to tourism in La Rioja, offering friendly and attention, along with quality cuisine.

It has a decor which combines modernity and simplicity, highlighting the presence of famous literary quotations on the walls of the Reception, corridors, stairs and rooms.

Stay here whether you're travelling for work or business purposes or just want to have a weekend away, or spend a holiday in city known as the "paradise of the white storks", in the land of ecotourism.

Come visit us; we'll make a lasting impression on you.
Geothermal energy.

Alfaro

Opened on April 19, 2010, Hotel HM Alfaro opened its doors with the experience of three generations devoted to tourism in La Rioja, offering friendly and attention, along with quality cuisine.

It has a decor which combines modernity and simplicity, highlighting the presence of famous literary quotations on the walls of the Reception, corridors, stairs and rooms.

Stay here whether you're travelling for work or business purposes or just want to have a weekend away, or spend a holiday in city known as the "paradise of the white storks", in the land of ecotourism.

Come visit us; we'll make a lasting impression on you.
Geothermal energy.

Camino de Santiago

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Azofra

Somos Bar-Restaurante Camino de Santiago "Bar Sevilla", uno de los restaurantes más visitados de la localidad de Azofra (La Rioja).

Nuestro establecimiento es conocido desde siempre como Bar Sevilla y siguiendo la tradición familiar es de parada usual para los peregrinos que visitan el Camino de Santiago.

Azofra

Somos Bar-Restaurante Camino de Santiago "Bar Sevilla", uno de los restaurantes más visitados de la localidad de Azofra (La Rioja).

Nuestro establecimiento es conocido desde siempre como Bar Sevilla y siguiendo la tradición familiar es de parada usual para los peregrinos que visitan el Camino de Santiago.