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Finca de Ribavellosa

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Almarza de Cameros

La Finca de Ribavellosa, with 200 hectares of surface area, situated in the municipal district of Almarza de Cameros, belongs to the Autonomous Body of National Parks (Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment). It's a unique landscape of exceptional beauty and ecological wealth, accessible thanks to the almost 12 km ofself-guided trails open to the public and well-signposted. They are all easy access for mountaineers, families, hikers or cyclists, where you can see good examples of the major forest ecosystems of La Rioja (beech, pine, gall-oak, holm oak, …..).

Ribavellosa offers the visitor an ideal place to enjoy, understand and interpret the conditions of the natural environment, and learn to respect it. To do so, the property has numerous interpretive panels on vegetation and fauna, and with aVisitors' Centre and a small exhibition of natural elements.

The visitor can also make use of the facilities open to the public, such as strong>picnic areas
, sports facilities (with football fields, fronton court and basketball and indoor soccer courts), or thechildren's areafor our smallest visitors, also with specially adaptedtoilets.

Almarza de Cameros

La Finca de Ribavellosa, with 200 hectares of surface area, situated in the municipal district of Almarza de Cameros, belongs to the Autonomous Body of National Parks (Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment). It's a unique landscape of exceptional beauty and ecological wealth, accessible thanks to the almost 12 km ofself-guided trails open to the public and well-signposted. They are all easy access for mountaineers, families, hikers or cyclists, where you can see good examples of the major forest ecosystems of La Rioja (beech, pine, gall-oak, holm oak, …..).

Ribavellosa offers the visitor an ideal place to enjoy, understand and interpret the conditions of the natural environment, and learn to respect it. To do so, the property has numerous interpretive panels on vegetation and fauna, and with aVisitors' Centre and a small exhibition of natural elements.

The visitor can also make use of the facilities open to the public, such as strong>picnic areas
, sports facilities (with football fields, fronton court and basketball and indoor soccer courts), or thechildren's areafor our smallest visitors, also with specially adaptedtoilets.

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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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Azofra

This new botanical garden offers nature lovers an immense space packed with trees, flowers, and palnts from all over the world.

Seven areas displaying 600 species: maple wood, apple orchard, olive grove, rose garden, the lagoon, the poplar grove and the greenhouse.

The best way to get there is turning off at Km. 32 of the N-120 Logroño-Burgos highway. The visitor must head for Azofra, find the Pilgrims' Refuge and take the Old Lane from Azofra to Hormilla which leads directly to the Botanical Gardens.

The vist takes an hour and a half.

Azofra

This new botanical garden offers nature lovers an immense space packed with trees, flowers, and palnts from all over the world.

Seven areas displaying 600 species: maple wood, apple orchard, olive grove, rose garden, the lagoon, the poplar grove and the greenhouse.

The best way to get there is turning off at Km. 32 of the N-120 Logroño-Burgos highway. The visitor must head for Azofra, find the Pilgrims' Refuge and take the Old Lane from Azofra to Hormilla which leads directly to the Botanical Gardens.

The vist takes an hour and a half.

Cuevas de Ortigosa

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Ortigosa de Cameros


These are on the Encinedo mountain. To get to the entrance to the caves, you have to walk across the iron bridge from the shrine of Santa Lucia or via the path of the steps, from the village square.

They are the only caves in La Rioja prepared to receive tourist visits. The cave of La Pazis a total of 236 m. long. Spectacular stalactites and stalagmites, columns and other limestone formations. The cave of La Viña has a single opening for entry and exit, with a horizontal length of 114 m.

Tours are guided, in groups, and the complete visit takes about 1 hour.

Ortigosa de Cameros


These are on the Encinedo mountain. To get to the entrance to the caves, you have to walk across the iron bridge from the shrine of Santa Lucia or via the path of the steps, from the village square.

They are the only caves in La Rioja prepared to receive tourist visits. The cave of La Pazis a total of 236 m. long. Spectacular stalactites and stalagmites, columns and other limestone formations. The cave of La Viña has a single opening for entry and exit, with a horizontal length of 114 m.

Tours are guided, in groups, and the complete visit takes about 1 hour.

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Santo Domingo de la Calzada

Riojanatura zoo and environmental education centre, was created as a place of protection, education, and sustainable development from environmental tourismin a natural enclave of high ecological value/>
The site of the centre, at the entrance to  la Sierra de la Demanda, makes it possible to carry out many activities related to the environment of the region, and for this to be a dynamic space to learn in a pleasant way the basic knowledge required for a visit to a fragile environment.

An ideal parkland to visit La Rioja with children, a pleasant walk, which, together with the explanations given by the instructor, will discover the characteristics of the different species, how they live, their curiosities and the difficulties they face in their natural environment. All accompanied by the spectacular scenery of the Oja Valley.

How to get here:
Road direction Ezcaray  (LR 111), when leaving the last building of Sto. Domingo, take the first road on the left and follow the signs.

Santo Domingo de la Calzada

Riojanatura zoo and environmental education centre, was created as a place of protection, education, and sustainable development from environmental tourismin a natural enclave of high ecological value/>
The site of the centre, at the entrance to  la Sierra de la Demanda, makes it possible to carry out many activities related to the environment of the region, and for this to be a dynamic space to learn in a pleasant way the basic knowledge required for a visit to a fragile environment.

An ideal parkland to visit La Rioja with children, a pleasant walk, which, together with the explanations given by the instructor, will discover the characteristics of the different species, how they live, their curiosities and the difficulties they face in their natural environment. All accompanied by the spectacular scenery of the Oja Valley.

How to get here:
Road direction Ezcaray  (LR 111), when leaving the last building of Sto. Domingo, take the first road on the left and follow the signs.

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Sojuela

In the middle of a pine forest on the summit of Moncalvillo lies an ice treasure. We are talking about an Ecomuseum in the mountainswhere five snow wells were built at the end of the 16th century to supply ice to the city of Logroño. A history of snow and ice that you can discover at the new Centro de Interpretación de la Casa de la Nieve de Moncalvillo, Visitors' Centre at the Sojuela Town Hall.

To see these snow wells, you have to follow a signposted footpath, for more than 2 hours, until you reach the altitude of 1,400 metres. For those just wanting to take a stroll through a landscape of forests and traditions around Sojuela, there are other easier trails.

A history of ice that runs through the villages of the Sierra de Moncalvillo and Las Peñas from Iregua, to Nalda, where there is a monumental well dug out of the rock, 2 km from the town, of which you can find more information through the Asociación PANAL that has an information, documentation and research Centre. Information on heritage at La Casita (941 446 093/ 650 572 127)

Activities:
Hiking and ice experiments. Guided tours for groups and schools

Content:
Information (panel and leaflets):
Casa de la Nieve de Moncalvillo hiking trails:

– Sendero de las Neveras
– Sendero de Molinero
– Sendero de los Arrieros
- Sendero De la Hermedaña

Library and documentation:
- Literature on snow wells, traditional dry stone architecture, traditional uses of ice.

– Documents from Archivo Municipal de Logroño with the building agreement from the Casa de Nieve in Moncalvillo, on 27 de January 1597 and others on the supply of ice in the city

Exhibition:
Information and interpretation panels on glacial landscape and the chronology of the cold, Mesta and transhumance landscapes, and Sierra de Moncalvillo landscapes.

Classroom workshop

Experiments with ice, such as ice cream making

Screening of audiovisual.

Sojuela

In the middle of a pine forest on the summit of Moncalvillo lies an ice treasure. We are talking about an Ecomuseum in the mountainswhere five snow wells were built at the end of the 16th century to supply ice to the city of Logroño. A history of snow and ice that you can discover at the new Centro de Interpretación de la Casa de la Nieve de Moncalvillo, Visitors' Centre at the Sojuela Town Hall.

To see these snow wells, you have to follow a signposted footpath, for more than 2 hours, until you reach the altitude of 1,400 metres. For those just wanting to take a stroll through a landscape of forests and traditions around Sojuela, there are other easier trails.

A history of ice that runs through the villages of the Sierra de Moncalvillo and Las Peñas from Iregua, to Nalda, where there is a monumental well dug out of the rock, 2 km from the town, of which you can find more information through the Asociación PANAL that has an information, documentation and research Centre. Information on heritage at La Casita (941 446 093/ 650 572 127)

Activities:
Hiking and ice experiments. Guided tours for groups and schools

Content:
Information (panel and leaflets):
Casa de la Nieve de Moncalvillo hiking trails:

– Sendero de las Neveras
– Sendero de Molinero
– Sendero de los Arrieros
- Sendero De la Hermedaña

Library and documentation:
- Literature on snow wells, traditional dry stone architecture, traditional uses of ice.

– Documents from Archivo Municipal de Logroño with the building agreement from the Casa de Nieve in Moncalvillo, on 27 de January 1597 and others on the supply of ice in the city

Exhibition:
Information and interpretation panels on glacial landscape and the chronology of the cold, Mesta and transhumance landscapes, and Sierra de Moncalvillo landscapes.

Classroom workshop

Experiments with ice, such as ice cream making

Screening of audiovisual.

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Villoslada de Cameros

The Visitors' Centre of the Natural Park is a new building inaugurated in May 1999, located at the crossroads of the roads to the shrine of the Virgin of Lomos de Orios and to Montenegro de Cameros.

Permanent exhibition on the most interesting features of the Natural Park, through panels, models and materials. An audiovisual show is projected (10 minutes) about the changing scenery, transhumance, and the customs and traditional way of life of the people of the Cameros.

Educational activities are arranged for school parties and groups. Information is available about the basic network of walking paths of the Natural Park, the Park of Sculptures and rules for vehicle traffic on tracks with restricted access.

Villoslada de Cameros

The Visitors' Centre of the Natural Park is a new building inaugurated in May 1999, located at the crossroads of the roads to the shrine of the Virgin of Lomos de Orios and to Montenegro de Cameros.

Permanent exhibition on the most interesting features of the Natural Park, through panels, models and materials. An audiovisual show is projected (10 minutes) about the changing scenery, transhumance, and the customs and traditional way of life of the people of the Cameros.

Educational activities are arranged for school parties and groups. Information is available about the basic network of walking paths of the Natural Park, the Park of Sculptures and rules for vehicle traffic on tracks with restricted access.
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