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Logroño nos despide augurando tormentas, pero la Sierra nos recibe, una hora después, desterrando la lluvia. Ventrosa ensaya la mejor de sus sonrisas para recibirnos junto al puente de la Hiedra. Aquí arriba, la piedra está comprometida con la naturaleza en un matrimonio permanente.

Instantes después, nos decidimos a recorrer las vetustas arterias de la villa. Nos percatamos de que hoy subiremos y bajaremos continuamente. Rozamos con los dedos de las manos los mil metros de altitud. El barrio alto es pretérito. Por encima de nosotros, en el 'castillo', vive una torre con un reloj de cuatro esferas. Dicen los vecinos que yace sobre el espíritu de una antigua fortaleza y que bajo esa tierra aguardan antiguos tesoros. Añaden que nadie ha tenido la insana valentía de emprender tamaña búsqueda.

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Pisamos tierra firme, pero nos alcanza el combate de las olas contra los cascos. Escuchamos historias de necesidad, naufragios y viajes interminables a través del oceáno Atlántico. Nos hablan de navieras con apellidos hidalgos y riojanos, como los Martínez de Pinillos, y de muchos emigrantes que buscaron las Américas. Daniel Viguri Treviño fue uno de ellos. Pagó 9.890 pesetas para navegar desde Bilbao hasta Buenos Aires en el buque Monte Udala, de la naviera Aznar. Su éxodo data del 21 de julio de 1959.

Convento franciscano en el siglo XVIII, escuela, cine y ahora Centro de la Emigración. Un edificio con almas. Dentro, hablan los que se fueron. Las causas nacen en Anguiano, en Brieva, en Ortigosa, en Viniegra de Abajo, en Villoslada, en Torrecilla... La crisis y las ausencias. Regresan sus palabras cargadas de plomo con las emociones intactas. El pasado duele dentro... Aquellos tiempos cuando las laderas estaban teñidas de lana y los telares no daban abasto; cuando las reses eran riqueza para todos; cuando el pueblo entero abrazaba las costumbres; cuando la renta pér cápita de Cameros repuntaba en Europa.

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La Antigua Bodega

tipo de documento Accommodations

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Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses

Alcanadre

La Antigua Bodega is a holiday cottage built on the site of an old Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the old winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 6 double rooms and 2 singles, all with their own bathroom and TV. Of these double rooms, 3 have hydromassage and 2 a balcony.

In the village of Alcanadre you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses

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Alcanadre

Lagos de San Isidro  is a holiday cottage built on the site of a La Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 5 double rooms, all with separate bathroom with hydromassage, TV. Two of these rooms have a small room where an extra bed can be added.

In the village of Alcanadre, you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses.

Alcanadre

Lagos de San Isidro  is a holiday cottage built on the site of a La Rioja wine cellar, which still conserves parts of the winemaking system, such as the press, etc.

It has 5 double rooms, all with separate bathroom with hydromassage, TV. Two of these rooms have a small room where an extra bed can be added.

In the village of Alcanadre, you can visit the Church of Santa María (16th to 18th century), which consists of a single nave with chapels between buttresses, transept and tower from the 17th century. Inside, we must highlight the 16th century high altarpiece.

Between Alcanadre and Lodosa are the remains of an aqueduct that the Romans built, probably to supply water to Calahorra. It has 13 arches, measures 25 metres and has 30 buttresses.

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Aldeanueva de Cameros

Urreci was a small village on the old Royal Road, which through Puerto de Piqueras, joined the North of Spain with Madrid and Extremadura. It seems that the primary business of the villagers was to give lodgings to travellers on that route. Legend has it that a jilted lover caused a fire that completely destroyed the village. It was then that the neighbours had to find another settlement on the Royal Road where to continue their activities. The "Aldea Nueva " -new village- is built at a strategic point on the river. And today Aldeanueva de Cameros remains practically unchanged. A handful of pastoral-style houses over two hundred years old, which have now been renovated forming with its two churches a small, very charming, little village. * High season: August, Easter and bank holidays/long weekends. Lunch and dinner available.

Aldeanueva de Cameros

Urreci was a small village on the old Royal Road, which through Puerto de Piqueras, joined the North of Spain with Madrid and Extremadura. It seems that the primary business of the villagers was to give lodgings to travellers on that route. Legend has it that a jilted lover caused a fire that completely destroyed the village. It was then that the neighbours had to find another settlement on the Royal Road where to continue their activities. The "Aldea Nueva " -new village- is built at a strategic point on the river. And today Aldeanueva de Cameros remains practically unchanged. A handful of pastoral-style houses over two hundred years old, which have now been renovated forming with its two churches a small, very charming, little village. * High season: August, Easter and bank holidays/long weekends. Lunch and dinner available.

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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.

La Casa Encantada

tipo de documento Attractions

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Briones

At "La Casa Encantada" (The Enchanted House) domestic items and trousseaux belonging to the daily life of our ancestors become valuable items. The value of what has been lived and used. The Palace of Marqués de San Nicolás de Briones, a Baroque building built in 1755, has been the site chosen to revive the centuries old traditions with great realism, disseminating much of La Rioja's popular heritage.

Briones

At "La Casa Encantada" (The Enchanted House) domestic items and trousseaux belonging to the daily life of our ancestors become valuable items. The value of what has been lived and used. The Palace of Marqués de San Nicolás de Briones, a Baroque building built in 1755, has been the site chosen to revive the centuries old traditions with great realism, disseminating much of La Rioja's popular heritage.