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Arnedo

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The city of Arnedo is in the Lower Rioja region of La Rioja and has a population of 14,548. The River Cidacos runs through the municipality. The city's economy centres on the shoe industry. The name Arnedo possibly comes from the Latin Arenetum, collective noun for sand.
-Location:It is part of the district of Arnedo.
-Area: 86.8 km2.
-Height: 550 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Turruncún.
-Economy: Arendo is one of the most prosperous towns in La Rioja. Industrial activity is high, particularly in the shoe sector, which is a tradition inherited from the previous century. The main crops farmed in this area are typically Mediterranean, such as grain, grapes, olives and also fruit and vegetables. The Kan de Vico Medieval market is held in September.

The city of Arnedo is in the Lower Rioja region of La Rioja and has a population of 14,548. The River Cidacos runs through the municipality. The city's economy centres on the shoe industry. The name Arnedo possibly comes from the Latin Arenetum, collective noun for sand.
-Location:It is part of the district of Arnedo.
-Area: 86.8 km2.
-Height: 550 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Turruncún.
-Economy: Arendo is one of the most prosperous towns in La Rioja. Industrial activity is high, particularly in the shoe sector, which is a tradition inherited from the previous century. The main crops farmed in this area are typically Mediterranean, such as grain, grapes, olives and also fruit and vegetables. The Kan de Vico Medieval market is held in September.

Baños de Río Tobía

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Baños de Río Tobía (also known as Bañuelos) is a municipality in the Upper Rioja district of the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the Najerilla River basin. The population is 1,711 and it has a large pigmeat industry.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera.
-Area: 17.5 km2.
-Height: 574 metres.
-Economy: The main activities are wool production and cattle and pig farming, upon which the pigmeat industry is based. Farming also plays an important role, especially wheat, grapes and fruit and vegetables.
-Economy: The main activities are wool production and cattle and pig farming, upon which the pigmeat industry is based. Farming also plays an important role, especially wheat, grapes and fruit and vegetables.
Baños de Río Tobía (also known as Bañuelos) is a municipality in the Upper Rioja district of the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the Najerilla River basin. The population is 1,711 and it has a large pigmeat industry.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera.
-Area: 17.5 km2.
-Height: 574 metres.
-Economy: The main activities are wool production and cattle and pig farming, upon which the pigmeat industry is based. Farming also plays an important role, especially wheat, grapes and fruit and vegetables.
-Economy: The main activities are wool production and cattle and pig farming, upon which the pigmeat industry is based. Farming also plays an important role, especially wheat, grapes and fruit and vegetables.

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.

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 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.

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.

Cervera del Río Alhama

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Cervera del Río Alhama is a municipality in the province of La Rioja, Spain. The town is in the southeast of the region at the foot of the Alcarama Mountains, covering 152.6 km². Other towns such as Cabretón, Aguilar, Valverde, Fitero and Cintruénigo are close to Cervera del Río and the town itself is around 30 km from Tudela and 87 km from Logroño, via Arnedo and Grávalos (100 km if you go via Calahorra). The town is on the banks of the River Alhama at around 550 metres altitude. It has two neighbourhoods (Santa Ana and San Gil), which are separated by the «La Peña» Mountain, upon which stand the ruins of the castle.
-Location: It is part of the district of Cervera del Río Alhama. The municipal area is in the southeast of La Rioja and is spread out over the Fío, Anacueza, Alhama and Canejada Valleys.
-Area: 152 km2.
-Height: 543 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: The neighbourhoods of Rincón de Olivedo, Valverde, Valdegutur, Las Ventas de Cervera and Cabretón are nearby.
-Economy: Traditionally, Cervera's economy was based on the textile and shoe (espadrilles) industry, but from 1950 onwards an industrial crisis caused population numbers to drop. Furthermore, tax benefits offered in Navarre to set up industries meant that many people left Cervera to go to Navarre. Farming is currently the main activity: the main crops are wheat, grapes, barley, fruit and vegetables.
Cervera del Río Alhama is a municipality in the province of La Rioja, Spain. The town is in the southeast of the region at the foot of the Alcarama Mountains, covering 152.6 km². Other towns such as Cabretón, Aguilar, Valverde, Fitero and Cintruénigo are close to Cervera del Río and the town itself is around 30 km from Tudela and 87 km from Logroño, via Arnedo and Grávalos (100 km if you go via Calahorra). The town is on the banks of the River Alhama at around 550 metres altitude. It has two neighbourhoods (Santa Ana and San Gil), which are separated by the «La Peña» Mountain, upon which stand the ruins of the castle.
-Location: It is part of the district of Cervera del Río Alhama. The municipal area is in the southeast of La Rioja and is spread out over the Fío, Anacueza, Alhama and Canejada Valleys.
-Area: 152 km2.
-Height: 543 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: The neighbourhoods of Rincón de Olivedo, Valverde, Valdegutur, Las Ventas de Cervera and Cabretón are nearby.
-Economy: Traditionally, Cervera's economy was based on the textile and shoe (espadrilles) industry, but from 1950 onwards an industrial crisis caused population numbers to drop. Furthermore, tax benefits offered in Navarre to set up industries meant that many people left Cervera to go to Navarre. Farming is currently the main activity: the main crops are wheat, grapes, barley, fruit and vegetables.

Enciso

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Enciso is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja close to the border with Soria. The River Cidacos crosses the municipality. The are over 3,000 fossilised footprints of dinosaurs in the municipality. There is a palaeontology centre with information on how the fossilised footprints were preserved and which species they belonged to.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. The municipality is in a mountainous region around the narrow CidacosValley, enveloped by the Santiago beechwood.
-Area: 70.3 km2.
-Height: 813 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Poyales, Garranzo, Navalsaz, Las Ruedas and El Villar.
-Economy: The textile industry that was so important in the 17th and 18th centuries has now completely disappeared. The town does not farm either crops or animals at the moment, but interest in the area has been generated due to the many dinosaur footprints from 120 million years ago that have been found and which have become a tourist attraction. .

Enciso is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja close to the border with Soria. The River Cidacos crosses the municipality. The are over 3,000 fossilised footprints of dinosaurs in the municipality. There is a palaeontology centre with information on how the fossilised footprints were preserved and which species they belonged to.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. The municipality is in a mountainous region around the narrow CidacosValley, enveloped by the Santiago beechwood.
-Area: 70.3 km2.
-Height: 813 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Poyales, Garranzo, Navalsaz, Las Ruedas and El Villar.
-Economy: The textile industry that was so important in the 17th and 18th centuries has now completely disappeared. The town does not farm either crops or animals at the moment, but interest in the area has been generated due to the many dinosaur footprints from 120 million years ago that have been found and which have become a tourist attraction. .

Estollo

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Estollo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the Cárdenas Valley, very close to San Millán de la Cogolla. The River Cárdenas is a tributary of the Najerilla.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is mid-way along the River Cárdenas.
-Area: 16.1 km2.
-Height: 751 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: San Andrés.
-Economy: The economy centres on farming, livestock forestry.
Estollo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja in the Cárdenas Valley, very close to San Millán de la Cogolla. The River Cárdenas is a tributary of the Najerilla.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It is mid-way along the River Cárdenas.
-Area: 16.1 km2.
-Height: 751 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: San Andrés.
-Economy: The economy centres on farming, livestock forestry.

Ezcaray

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Ezcaray is a municipality in La Rioja, Spain. It is in the upper Oja Valley in the southeast of the autonomous region. The municipality's population is currently 2098, according to 2010 data from the Spanish national statistics institute. Tourists visiting the area increase the population from around 2,000 out of season to over 15,000 in summer. In addition to tourism, the area's main activity is the wood industry and there are factories producing furniture, chairs, clothes hangers and other wooden items.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. Ezcaray is in the far west of the Demanda Mountains along the upper part of the River Oja. The highest peak in the area is San Lorenzo, which is home to the Valdezcaray ski resort built in 1974. The resort will soon be rebuilt.
-Area:142.7 km2.
-Height: 813 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Altuzarra, Ayabarrena, Azarrulla, Posadas, San Antón, Turza, Urdanta and Zaldierna.
-Economy: Activity here centres on livestock farming, forestry, handcrafted textiles, particularly blankets, furniture production and tourism, which has grown in recent years with hotels and holiday houses opening in Ezcaray and the surrounding villages.
Ezcaray is a municipality in La Rioja, Spain. It is in the upper Oja Valley in the southeast of the autonomous region. The municipality's population is currently 2098, according to 2010 data from the Spanish national statistics institute. Tourists visiting the area increase the population from around 2,000 out of season to over 15,000 in summer. In addition to tourism, the area's main activity is the wood industry and there are factories producing furniture, chairs, clothes hangers and other wooden items.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. Ezcaray is in the far west of the Demanda Mountains along the upper part of the River Oja. The highest peak in the area is San Lorenzo, which is home to the Valdezcaray ski resort built in 1974. The resort will soon be rebuilt.
-Area:142.7 km2.
-Height: 813 metres.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Altuzarra, Ayabarrena, Azarrulla, Posadas, San Antón, Turza, Urdanta and Zaldierna.
-Economy: Activity here centres on livestock farming, forestry, handcrafted textiles, particularly blankets, furniture production and tourism, which has grown in recent years with hotels and holiday houses opening in Ezcaray and the surrounding villages.

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.

Huércanos

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Huércanos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. Huércanos is close to the River Yalde and the surrounding landscape climbs gradually towards the east, ending with the El Cuento Mountain at 821 metres, close to the San Antón hill.
-Area: 18.7 km2.
-Height: 516 metres.
-Economy: Population numbers have changed throughout the century and began to drop from 1960 onwards. The municipality's main activity is farming and the main crops are grapes, grain and potatoes.
Huércanos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. Huércanos is close to the River Yalde and the surrounding landscape climbs gradually towards the east, ending with the El Cuento Mountain at 821 metres, close to the San Antón hill.
-Area: 18.7 km2.
-Height: 516 metres.
-Economy: Population numbers have changed throughout the century and began to drop from 1960 onwards. The municipality's main activity is farming and the main crops are grapes, grain and potatoes.

Islallana

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Islallana is a village in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the municipality of Nalda. The River Iregua runs next to the village, which is surrounded by crags, and it is in the foothills of the Ibérico Mountains. The River Iregua feeds the River Antiguo in this village, an irrigation canal that supplies the municipalities of Nalda, Albelda de Iregua, Entrena, Navarrete and Fuenmayor.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño and is a neighbourhood belonging to Nalda.
-Height: 610 metres.
Islallana is a village in the autonomous region of La Rioja and part of the municipality of Nalda. The River Iregua runs next to the village, which is surrounded by crags, and it is in the foothills of the Ibérico Mountains. The River Iregua feeds the River Antiguo in this village, an irrigation canal that supplies the municipalities of Nalda, Albelda de Iregua, Entrena, Navarrete and Fuenmayor.
-Location:It is part of the district of Logroño and is a neighbourhood belonging to Nalda.
-Height: 610 metres.