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El Balcón de Mateo

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With El Balcón de Mateo, mums and dads will have it much easier when it comes to choosing the best plans to come to La Rioja with the whole family.

An informative website where you will find leisure activities for children and families in Logroño and La Rioja. We offer complete, up-to-date information on the best proposals for family leisure.

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La Rioja can be an adventure for children. Where else are they going to find dinosaurs, castles, windmills, waterfalls and adventure?Start by discovering the oldest animals on earth. The dinosaurs left their tracks in La Rioja thousands of years ago and can still be seen. Can you imagine your hand within the footprint of a dinosaur? Try to see who leaves the biggest impression.To understand the lives of these animals, how they left their tracks and above all, how the tracks have survived until present day, you have to visit Barranco Perdido, a complete palaeoadventure park where children can pretend to be explorers and families enjoy themselves while learning. In Enciso and other locations around you will discover most of the finds, life-size replicas of animals and the most curious stories: a struggle between dinosaurs, a whole family, a lame dinosaur... Yes, oddly enough, you can see all this in La Rioja.Wine can also be fun for children, who cannot drink it, but they can learn how the must is made, taste it while their elders taste the wines and admire the enormous wineries with their stainless steel tanks that look like spacecraft, play among the vineyards, learning how grapes are picked, how the vines are cared for... The possibilities are many and children love to behave like grown-ups in a grape juice tasting session and learn how grapes turn into wine... a mystery, isn't it?But family fun does not stop there. Did you know that La Rioja is full of castles? With famous battles and everything, like Clavijo Castle, where Santiago appeared on his famous white horse to win the battle.Between castles and monasteries you can live medieval tales of princes and kings, like the King of Nájera - Pamplona, who was hunting one​ day when he spotted a dove that led him to a cave in which he found an image of the Virgin Mary, a bunch of lilies, a bell and an oil lamp. In that same place he built the Monastery of Santa María la Real de Nájera and if you visit it with children you can enter the cave at the back of the pantheon where the kings are buried.La Rioja is full of medieval legends, such as the hen that crowed after being roasted in Santo Domingo de la Calzada. In the cathedral there is a chicken coop with live chicken and cock who crows for visitors.Also hiding in a forest in La Rioja there is the small monastery of Suso (almost a shrine) where centuries ago the first words were written in the Spanish language and also in Basque, on the margin of a book written in Latin, like a side note written on a textbook.If you're looking for adventure, what you need are sport activities: snowshoes, bicycles and horses among the vineyards, hiking picking blackberries or other wild fruit... What seems most fun?Also in La Rioja you can have fun while learning, in the Interpretation Centres (transhumance, bee-keeping, snow, celtiberian, the groves of the Ebro), by visiting a wind- or water mill, by playing in the House of Sciences or enjoying activities at the Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine or family visits to the Würth Museum of Modern Art.You thought that the children would get bored in La Rioja?

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Alfaro

Testimony to the lush vegetation which accompanied the winding course of the Ebro, where the riverbanks today represent privileged redoubts for wildlife. What in olden days must have constituted a wide, extensive riverbank passage following the Ebro on both banks today is broken up into stretches. Tiny enclaves with rich diversity.Entering deep into the thickets or approaching banks and beaches, means entering one of the richest and most varied ecosystems of our territory.
Permanent exhibition and projection which tackles the nature reserve of the Riverbanks of the Ebro, the stork colony and the history of Alfaro.

Alfaro

Testimony to the lush vegetation which accompanied the winding course of the Ebro, where the riverbanks today represent privileged redoubts for wildlife. What in olden days must have constituted a wide, extensive riverbank passage following the Ebro on both banks today is broken up into stretches. Tiny enclaves with rich diversity.Entering deep into the thickets or approaching banks and beaches, means entering one of the richest and most varied ecosystems of our territory.
Permanent exhibition and projection which tackles the nature reserve of the Riverbanks of the Ebro, the stork colony and the history of Alfaro.

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Arnedillo

There are 5 thematic blocks (panels and audiovisuals) on Biosphere, Water, Cultural Heritage, Industrialization,  Fiesta and Tradition. There are also games for children. 

Arnedillo

There are 5 thematic blocks (panels and audiovisuals) on Biosphere, Water, Cultural Heritage, Industrialization,  Fiesta and Tradition. There are also games for children. 

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Arnedillo

Situated in the former quarry loading area, 800 m from Arnedillo. It is a centre for observing and interpreting the booted eagle which is unique in Europe.


In 2002 it was given first prize for "Sustainable tourism in protected natural spaces", awarded by EUROPARC-Spain ( European Association of Nature Parks).


From the centre visitors can watch the behaviour of the colony of booted eagles and their chicks live, via a monitor screen installed in the room which shows the images transmitted by a radio-controlled video camera on the cliff face.


The centre is home to a complete dusplay of the biology of wild fauna found in the area, with special attention to the booted eagle. It also offers the chance to observe the different habitats of the area through telescopes and binoculars.

Arnedillo

Situated in the former quarry loading area, 800 m from Arnedillo. It is a centre for observing and interpreting the booted eagle which is unique in Europe.


In 2002 it was given first prize for "Sustainable tourism in protected natural spaces", awarded by EUROPARC-Spain ( European Association of Nature Parks).


From the centre visitors can watch the behaviour of the colony of booted eagles and their chicks live, via a monitor screen installed in the room which shows the images transmitted by a radio-controlled video camera on the cliff face.


The centre is home to a complete dusplay of the biology of wild fauna found in the area, with special attention to the booted eagle. It also offers the chance to observe the different habitats of the area through telescopes and binoculars.

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Brieva de Cameros

Traditional life is transformed and in any of its manifestations may even eventually disappear.

El “Rancho de Esquileo” de Brieva (Brieva Shearing Ranch) is a cultural manifestation that wants to teach young people past activities now gone, so they will be familar with and remember them.
The result is the renovation of a building that used to store wool after shearing, to turn it into a space to pay tribute to the figure of the Shearer and at the same time to the world of transhumance.

What is a Shearing Ranch? What are the facilities like? How are sheep sheared? How is shearing done?...

These are just a few of the questions we try to answer in a space specially designed for all types of users and adapted to people with visual impairment.

Brieva de Cameros

Traditional life is transformed and in any of its manifestations may even eventually disappear.

El “Rancho de Esquileo” de Brieva (Brieva Shearing Ranch) is a cultural manifestation that wants to teach young people past activities now gone, so they will be familar with and remember them.
The result is the renovation of a building that used to store wool after shearing, to turn it into a space to pay tribute to the figure of the Shearer and at the same time to the world of transhumance.

What is a Shearing Ranch? What are the facilities like? How are sheep sheared? How is shearing done?...

These are just a few of the questions we try to answer in a space specially designed for all types of users and adapted to people with visual impairment.

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el Rasillo

The water Sports Centre of the Club Náutico El Rasillo is in the González Lacasa reservoir, with access by road along a 400 metre turn-off between Ortigosa and El Rasillo. It belongs to the regional Government of La Rioja and offers leisure facilities, with a bar and restaurant during the whole year, as well as sports activities and boat hire in spring and summer.
It has parking, covered outdoor eating area, terrace, camping ground, jetty and floating swimming pool. Pedalos, canoes and windsurfing boards for hire, courses and boat-minding services.

el Rasillo

The water Sports Centre of the Club Náutico El Rasillo is in the González Lacasa reservoir, with access by road along a 400 metre turn-off between Ortigosa and El Rasillo. It belongs to the regional Government of La Rioja and offers leisure facilities, with a bar and restaurant during the whole year, as well as sports activities and boat hire in spring and summer.
It has parking, covered outdoor eating area, terrace, camping ground, jetty and floating swimming pool. Pedalos, canoes and windsurfing boards for hire, courses and boat-minding services.

El Barranco Perdido

tipo de documento Attractions

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Enciso

More than 120 million years ago, dinosaurs lived in this place. They lived in a unique setting, the ancient Tethys Sea, where they left their mark. Today we continue to be amazed by their habitat, their food, their way of life, hunting... i.e, the true natural setting of saurians. And we know it because palaeontologists have used all the tools available to them to discover the remains of one of the most amazing animals that have inhabited our planet.

Screening and exhibition area
On the top floor of the entrance building you can enjoy a 3D screening in which the dinosaurs are the stars. In addition, the exhibition area, located in the same building, explores the work of palaeontologists, with a sample of the materials used and the remains of an excavation. The exhibition is interactive, through games (puzzles and touchscreens) in which the visitor is the protagonist.

Further information at www.barrancoperdido.com

Enciso

More than 120 million years ago, dinosaurs lived in this place. They lived in a unique setting, the ancient Tethys Sea, where they left their mark. Today we continue to be amazed by their habitat, their food, their way of life, hunting... i.e, the true natural setting of saurians. And we know it because palaeontologists have used all the tools available to them to discover the remains of one of the most amazing animals that have inhabited our planet.

Screening and exhibition area
On the top floor of the entrance building you can enjoy a 3D screening in which the dinosaurs are the stars. In addition, the exhibition area, located in the same building, explores the work of palaeontologists, with a sample of the materials used and the remains of an excavation. The exhibition is interactive, through games (puzzles and touchscreens) in which the visitor is the protagonist.

Further information at www.barrancoperdido.com

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Gimileo

AFRA is a non-profit organization which aims to disseminate railway culture and bring it closer to society

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES:
– Travel by train along the 600m of track; passing under the footbridge, over the metal bridge and through the tunnel.

– The Park has a large garden area and a clubhouse with a terrace where you can have a drink.

– The ideal place for holding a children's birthday party. CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.

INFORMATION:
For any doubt or clarification please call us on:
696 527561 y 609 453178
e-mail: afratren@telefonica.net
www.afraharo.com

EDUCATIONAL OFFER (for schools):

– Visit the Park where you will receive an informative talk on means of transportation, the environmental impact they cause, the history of the railway…

– On the circuit you'll see how a train is driven, how it works and its characteristics, and travel in it.

Visiting Times:
Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 to 14:00
· For Groups (schools, birthday parties, celebrations, …) Monday to Sunday by appointment.

AFICIONADOS AL FERROCARRILDE LA RIOJA ALTA
Pepe Blanco 7, Bajo - Logroño

Gimileo

AFRA is a non-profit organization which aims to disseminate railway culture and bring it closer to society

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES:
– Travel by train along the 600m of track; passing under the footbridge, over the metal bridge and through the tunnel.

– The Park has a large garden area and a clubhouse with a terrace where you can have a drink.

– The ideal place for holding a children's birthday party. CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.

INFORMATION:
For any doubt or clarification please call us on:
696 527561 y 609 453178
e-mail: afratren@telefonica.net
www.afraharo.com

EDUCATIONAL OFFER (for schools):

– Visit the Park where you will receive an informative talk on means of transportation, the environmental impact they cause, the history of the railway…

– On the circuit you'll see how a train is driven, how it works and its characteristics, and travel in it.

Visiting Times:
Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 to 14:00
· For Groups (schools, birthday parties, celebrations, …) Monday to Sunday by appointment.

AFICIONADOS AL FERROCARRILDE LA RIOJA ALTA
Pepe Blanco 7, Bajo - Logroño
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