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Carta a La Rioja

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Hablar de turismo interior es hablar de falta de costa, de mar y salitre… Durante años hemos hablado de nuestras costas como del único turismo español. Le hemos dado la espalda a tierras tan auténticas, tan sanas, tan bellas… qué estúpidos hemos sido. O, quizás era simplemente la ceguera típica del que no aprecia lo que tiene, dicen que no se vende como se merece pero,  a mí, me da la impresión que se trata de un desconocimiento, de una costumbre de la excelencia, tomando como algo normal lo genial.

Un poco como el riojano cuyo carácter humilde tiende a normalizar el aire limpio y puro que se respira por estos parajes, sus vistas o sus sabores, su potente tierra.

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Ábalos

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Ábalos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the Upper Rioja region, on the left bank of the River Ebro close to Haro. To the north it borders the Toloño Mountains and the Herrera Mountain Pass, to the south it borders San Asensio and Baños de Ebro, to the east it borders Samaniego and Villabuena de Álava and to the west it borders San Vicente de la Sonsierra.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro.
-Area: 18.03 km2.
-Height: 589 metres.
-Economy: The main activity in this Riojan village is farming, particularly grapes.
Ábalos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the Upper Rioja region, on the left bank of the River Ebro close to Haro. To the north it borders the Toloño Mountains and the Herrera Mountain Pass, to the south it borders San Asensio and Baños de Ebro, to the east it borders Samaniego and Villabuena de Álava and to the west it borders San Vicente de la Sonsierra.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro.
-Area: 18.03 km2.
-Height: 589 metres.
-Economy: The main activity in this Riojan village is farming, particularly grapes.

Alcanadre

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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

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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.

Briones

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Briones is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. Briones is in the northwest of the province on a hill that is 80 metres high. The northern side of the town slopes almost vertically over the River Ebro.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is on the right bank of the River Ebro.
-Area: 37.8 km2.
-Height: 501 metres.
-Economy: Grapes, fruit and vegetables are the main crops produced here.
Briones is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. Briones is in the northwest of the province on a hill that is 80 metres high. The northern side of the town slopes almost vertically over the River Ebro.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is on the right bank of the River Ebro.
-Area: 37.8 km2.
-Height: 501 metres.
-Economy: Grapes, fruit and vegetables are the main crops produced here.

Haro

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Haro is a Spanish town and municipality located in the northeast of the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is the main town in the district of Haro and the largest in the Upper Rioja region. It borders the province of Burgos to the north along the Obarnes Mountains and Álava to the east along the River Ebro. According to the Spanish national statistics institute, the population in 2010 was 11,960. The main activity is vine growing and the production of quality wines with the Rioja Designation of Origen quality label. The area's wineries are one of the main tourist attractions and thousands of visitors pass through them each year. The town also has a lot of architectural and city heritage, including the main entrance to the Santo Tomás Church by Felipe Vigarny, the many palaces and also the old quarter, which was declared an historic and artistic site in 1975. There are a number of interesting facts about Haro; it hosts a Wine Fight, which is a festival of national tourist interest; it has the third oldest lantern procession in Spain; it was the first Spanish town to have electric street lights; and it was one of seven towns that are not provincial capitals to have a branch of the Bank of Spain.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is in the northwest of La Rioja, on the border between Burgos and Álava.
-Area: 40.32 km2.
-Height: 479 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: The San Felices neighbourhood.
-Economy: Haro's economy is closely linked to farming and industry, particularly wine production. Over 600 hectares of land are used for grape growing in the "Wine City", as Haro is known, and the quality wine produced is famous worldwide. The textile, leather and shoe industries also play an important role.
Haro is a Spanish town and municipality located in the northeast of the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is the main town in the district of Haro and the largest in the Upper Rioja region. It borders the province of Burgos to the north along the Obarnes Mountains and Álava to the east along the River Ebro. According to the Spanish national statistics institute, the population in 2010 was 11,960. The main activity is vine growing and the production of quality wines with the Rioja Designation of Origen quality label. The area's wineries are one of the main tourist attractions and thousands of visitors pass through them each year. The town also has a lot of architectural and city heritage, including the main entrance to the Santo Tomás Church by Felipe Vigarny, the many palaces and also the old quarter, which was declared an historic and artistic site in 1975. There are a number of interesting facts about Haro; it hosts a Wine Fight, which is a festival of national tourist interest; it has the third oldest lantern procession in Spain; it was the first Spanish town to have electric street lights; and it was one of seven towns that are not provincial capitals to have a branch of the Bank of Spain.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro. It is in the northwest of La Rioja, on the border between Burgos and Álava.
-Area: 40.32 km2.
-Height: 479 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: The San Felices neighbourhood.
-Economy: Haro's economy is closely linked to farming and industry, particularly wine production. Over 600 hectares of land are used for grape growing in the "Wine City", as Haro is known, and the quality wine produced is famous worldwide. The textile, leather and shoe industries also play an important role.

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.

Pipaona de Ocón

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Pipaona is located in the the Ocón Valley, which is the main valley of those connecting the Sierra de la Hez with the depression of the Ebro. The mountain range is part of the Iberian System, and located in the middle-lower part of La Rioja, between the Jubera and Cidacos valleys.

Pipaona is 35 km from Logroño. You can reach this town on the N-232 towards Zaragoza turning at the LR-259 which enters the Ocón Valley. About 3 km further, after a long straight, you enter this livestock raising and agricultural village with a population of 49. After crossing a bridge, you can visit a historical well and enjoy a large recreational area with many services for visitors.

It is a rich agricultural area, with arable, mostly non-irrigated crops —wheat and barley— and vineyards, grape growing being the main activity in the Ocón Valley. Sheep farming dominates the mountain areas.

Pipaona is located in the the Ocón Valley, which is the main valley of those connecting the Sierra de la Hez with the depression of the Ebro. The mountain range is part of the Iberian System, and located in the middle-lower part of La Rioja, between the Jubera and Cidacos valleys.

Pipaona is 35 km from Logroño. You can reach this town on the N-232 towards Zaragoza turning at the LR-259 which enters the Ocón Valley. About 3 km further, after a long straight, you enter this livestock raising and agricultural village with a population of 49. After crossing a bridge, you can visit a historical well and enjoy a large recreational area with many services for visitors.

It is a rich agricultural area, with arable, mostly non-irrigated crops —wheat and barley— and vineyards, grape growing being the main activity in the Ocón Valley. Sheep farming dominates the mountain areas.

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Ábalos


Own vineyards. Made using the traditional method and modern technology. American and French oak barrels in the cellar. Bottle ageing cellar . Wine club

Ábalos


Own vineyards. Made using the traditional method and modern technology. American and French oak barrels in the cellar. Bottle ageing cellar . Wine club

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Briñas

Superb 18th century mansion used as the headquarters by Italian troops and which today, magnificently restored, houses a small hotel with all the nobility and splendour of its glorious past.

Briñas

Superb 18th century mansion used as the headquarters by Italian troops and which today, magnificently restored, houses a small hotel with all the nobility and splendour of its glorious past.