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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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Alfaro

Los servicios que ofrecemos son:

  • Paseos a caballo por el entorno de los Sotos del Ebro.
  • Rutas enológicas a caballo por nuestros viñedos.
  • Actividades con niños y animales (ponys, cabras, cerdos, patos, gallinas pavos..)
  • Clases de equitación: doma, salto, volteo, etc...
  • Campus para niños (educación en la naturaleza).


 

Alfaro

Los servicios que ofrecemos son:

  • Paseos a caballo por el entorno de los Sotos del Ebro.
  • Rutas enológicas a caballo por nuestros viñedos.
  • Actividades con niños y animales (ponys, cabras, cerdos, patos, gallinas pavos..)
  • Clases de equitación: doma, salto, volteo, etc...
  • Campus para niños (educación en la naturaleza).


 

Enoturismo ecuestre

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06/07/2018

Logroño

06/07/2018

30/12/2018

Logroño

Madreselva

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Torrecilla en Cameros

Guías de Naturaleza Y Educación Ambiental.

MADRESELVA os propone actividades para descubrir y disfrutar los atractivos que nuestra naturaleza y medio rural nos ofrecen.

Paseos guiados, jornadas educativas que por medio de actividades, juegos y explicaciones, nos ayuden a sensibilizarnos, apreciar  y cuidar aquello que nos rodea.

Torrecilla en Cameros

Guías de Naturaleza Y Educación Ambiental.

MADRESELVA os propone actividades para descubrir y disfrutar los atractivos que nuestra naturaleza y medio rural nos ofrecen.

Paseos guiados, jornadas educativas que por medio de actividades, juegos y explicaciones, nos ayuden a sensibilizarnos, apreciar  y cuidar aquello que nos rodea.

 

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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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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Aguilar del Río Alhama

Contrebia Leukade Visitors' Centre is an exhibition space where its different rooms evoke to the visitor, in an attractive and suggestive way, a city reinvented in a celtiberian world full of symbolism which reflects its everyday life, its customs,its military and strategic function, and the dreams and feelings of those who built it and lived there.

Divided in five rooms, it offers a vision of the celtiberian town: its physical location, its historical evolution, its military architecture, its houses, the animistic nature, its people, their stories... In this way,visitors will be captivated by the atmosphere of a historical period that turned this area of La Rioja and its people into one of the most attractive and imaginary places of the celtiberian world.

Aguilar del Río Alhama

Contrebia Leukade Visitors' Centre is an exhibition space where its different rooms evoke to the visitor, in an attractive and suggestive way, a city reinvented in a celtiberian world full of symbolism which reflects its everyday life, its customs,its military and strategic function, and the dreams and feelings of those who built it and lived there.

Divided in five rooms, it offers a vision of the celtiberian town: its physical location, its historical evolution, its military architecture, its houses, the animistic nature, its people, their stories... In this way,visitors will be captivated by the atmosphere of a historical period that turned this area of La Rioja and its people into one of the most attractive and imaginary places of the celtiberian world.

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10/11/2018

Villarroya

10/11/2018

11/11/2018

Villarroya

4 day tour of La Rioja

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Day 1: Nájera - Santo Domingo - Ezcaray

On the first day, you could follow the St James' Way as it crosses La Rioja. You can start in Logroño, although I would suggest that you leave at least one evening to get to know the capital and, particularly, to enjoy the popular cuisine of the Calle Laurel (the most visited location in La Rioja)

The St James' Way enters Logroño along the Stone Bridge and crosses the Old Town  to the Church of Santiago. Under the church, you can find the Pilgrims’ Fountain and a curious life size board game, known as Oca, which depicts key landmarks on the St James' Way. Following the Way (guided by the yellow shells and arrows set on the pavement) you arrive at Plaza del Parlamento, where the La Rioja Parliament is located. Nearby is the Revellín Gate, one of the town’s old gates which faced Finisterre used by Pilgrims to continue on their way top Navarrete. 

Logroño.

Following the St James' Way, you arrive in Navarrete. If you are driving, there is a bypass but the town is well worth visiting. In this town there is the only winery in Rioja right on the St James' Way: Bodegas Corral. The wine cellar offers tours.

Navarrete is also famous for its pottery workshops. You should visit some of the most traditional ones, like Antonio Naharro, just across the old Pilgrim Hospice of San Juan de Acre of which only the portal remains, today the entrance to the Navarrete Cemetery.

From Navarrete, you go on to Nájera, Cradle of Kings and site of the court of the Kingdom of Pamplona-Nájera (918-1076) for many years. Sancho III el Mayor built the monastery of Santa María La Real, with its Royal Pantheon. It is located in a cave, around which the monastery was built following a legendary vision.

Monastery of Santa Mª La Real de Nájera.

From Nájera, before retaking the St James' Way to Santo Domingo de la Calzada, it is well worth your while to make a small detour (popular among pilgrims, even if they are walking) and visit the Monasteries of Yuso and Yuso in San Millán de la Cogolla —a World Heritage Site and the place where the first words written in the old Castilian and Basque languages were found. It is a privileged place, not only for its historical significance, but also for its scenic beauty.

Monastery of Yuso.

After San Millán, I recommend visiting another of the monasteries in La Rioja, the Cistercian Monastery of Cañas. It is an unusual monastery because unlike most of the gothic monasteries and those of the Cistercian order, this monastery was and still is inhabited by women. They are among the few Cistercian nuns in the world. The monastery is truly lovely.

Monastery of Cañas.

Once in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, the entire city is built by and for the St James' Way, from the old Pilgrims’ Hospice, today a Parador Nacional, to the magnificent Cathedral, which holds the living proof of a famous medieval legend in which a chicken sang after being roasted. You can still hear singing the cock and hen crowing in the Cathedral and there you will learn about the legend.

Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada.

Very near Santo Domingo, you can visit the town of Ezcaray. There you can visit one of the temples of the Riojan cuisine, the Echaurren and for lovers of skiing a few kilometers away you will find the Valdezcaray Ski Resort.

Ezcaray.

Day 2: The mysteries of wine

Rioja wine is world famous but few people realise how important wine is for this community and for world culture in general. An amazing place to learn about this is the Dinastía Vivanco Museum of the Culture of Wine, located in the pretty medieval town of Briones. In its more than 4,000 square metres of exhibition space you can enjoy all that wine has bequeathed to art and culture, from ancient Egyptian art to modern Picassos and also learn all about making, transporting, barrel ageing and bottling wine. I recommend that you phone to book your visit as soon as possible because it is truly a must. The museum also offers winetasting courses and has a shop and a restaurant.

Vivanco de la cultura del vino Museum 

After learning all about wine, you can get some practice in the Haro’s Station District, which holds the bulk of La Rioja’s century-old wineries. Many of them offer tours and it is difficult to recommend one.

If you travel in the Sonsierra district, starting with San Vicente (you can see the church and castle from Briones) you can find rock wine presses where grapes used to be tread and stone shelters known as guardaviñas, which were used to store tools and as shelters in the vineyards. You can also visit the only Temple Church in La Rioja: Santa María de la Piscina. San Vicente is also the venue of one of the best known Holy Week events in La Rioja: the procession of Los Picaos. These are anonymous flagellants who lash their bare backs. It is truly impressive and there are always many people, so if you want to see it, you will have to arrive well in advance.

Sta. Mª de la Piscina.

If you like sports, there are some interesting options  in vineyards. There are all kinds of activities for all kinds of people, even if you are not a born athlete. You can canoe along the Ebro between vineyards, fly in a balloon over the vineyards, or take walks, ride a bike or even ride on horseback among the vineyards. They are great fun and very interesting.

Throughout the day you have the opportunity of getting wine to take back as a souvenir from La Rioja, as all the wineries sell their wines to visitors at competitive prices. You can also visit the a wineskin workshop or a cooperage.

Segway in vineyards.

Day 3: Nature and landscapes

You can dedicate the third day to discover La Rioja’s mountains. Particularly the Sierra de Cameros, with great livestock raising and transhumance traditions, which today has become the Sierra Cebollera Nature Reserve.

You can start your visit by taking the steep road up the Leza Canyon. It is an impressive canyon where vultures look down from their vantage points high above the tight bends that take you from Logroño to the highest part of the Camero Viejo to the Piqueras Mountain Pass. As you drive up you can see lovely villages, cows grazing and, if you are lucky, a stag approaching a creek to drink. The village of Trevijano is located at the top of the canyon, providing excellent views. In Laguna de Cameros you can find a hotel with excellent cuisine.

Waterfalls at Parque Natural de Sierra Cebollera.

After reaching Piqueras, in the town of Lumbreras, you can visit the Transhumance Interpretation Centre. You can then go down the Camero Nuevo to Ortigosa en Cameros, where you can visit Natural Caves discovered after a blast when a quarry was being set up to build El Rasillo Reservoir.

Caves of Ortigosa.

In Villanueva de Cameros you can discover how the almazuelas are made. These are the traditional patchwork quilts made by sewing small pieces of fabric to form colourful quilts and also pillows, key chains, espadrilles and more.

Villoslada de Cameros holds the Sierra Cebollera Interpretation Centre to help you appreciate the beauty of this Nature Reserve.

Returning to Logroño, you can stop by the town of Torrecilla en Cameros, where Sagasta was born and main town of Cameros.

Villoslada de Cameros.

You can spend the last day exploring the ancient cultures that left their mark in La Rioja Baja. From Calahorra, the ancient Roman Calagurris. A Roman city of great importance as evidenced by the Roman remains left in this town. Calahorra is the capital of La Rioja Baja, after visiting the Cathedral, the Diocesan Museum and other interesting landmarks, be sure to try in one of its excellent restaurants the local vegetables in any form, from the most traditional to nouvelle cuisine. See the map of Calahorra. Holy Week is also quite important in Calahorra and you can see processions and floats of long-standing tradition.

Calahorra.

From Calahorra, it is worthwhile to go to nearby Alfaro where you will see a large number of storks. In the Alfaro collegiate church you can find the largest colony of white storks in Europe.

In the Sotos del Ebro Nature Reserve Interpretation Centre you can find an explanation of why these storks have chosen La Rioja to spend most of the year and learn all about the natural beauty of this part of La Rioja.

Storks in Colegiata de San Miguel de Alfaro.

Following the course of Alhama from Alfaro, you arrive in Cervera, the main town of the eastern Rioja mountains, from there you can access the ancient celtiberian settlement of Contrebia Leucade, an archaeological site of great interest. There you can learn about the lifestyles of these ancient inhabitants of La Rioja.

In the afternoon, to regain your strength, you can take a dip in the hot water pools of Arnedillo, near the town’s spa. They come from the same source as the water  flow from the same source as the waters “taken” by hundreds of tourists every year at this establishment. The pools are more modest, but just as relaxing.

Contrebia Leucade.

Near Arnedillo, you can visit the Enciso Palaeontology Centre, the ideal place to learn all about dinosaur footprints. The rocky landscape of Enciso, particularly at subset, when the sky turns red, takes you back thousands of years to the time when this area was a clay pond and dinosaurs walked along its shores in search of water and food.

El Barranco Perdido.

Also, very close, you will find the Paleontological Interpretation Center of Igea that has a really impressive fossil collection, with unique remains in the world. In addition, it is the only town in the whole of La Rioja that has a fossil trunk and its footprints area called 'La Era del Peladillo' is in the first place in the eurepean ranking in terms of number of footprints. In addition, it organizes a lot of activities for children.

Paleontological Interpretation Center of Igea 

You will pass by many places that are worth stopping. Take your time. Stop and enjoy the landscape, the people and the Rioja-style hospitality. If you don't have not enough time to do it all, don't worry. La Rioja is very close and we will be delighted to welcome you back.

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Arnedo

Los turistas que desean conocer de primera mano la cultura del vino de Rioja ya tienen otro destino: la Ruta del Vino de Rioja Oriental, que se sumará a las Rutas del Vino de España en una propuesta de turismo auténtico, con identidad y vocación vivencial.

Bodegas, restaurantes, enotecas, servicios de catas y visita a viñedos, empresas agroalimentarias y servicios de alojamiento, restauración y ocio se unen para que el turista disfrute en esta zona de un destino turístico y de calidad vinculado a la cultura del vino.

Las bodegas de Rioja Oriental quieren mostrar su historia, su forma de elaborar el vino, las variedades que cultivan con mimo, sus viñedos, su tradición y, sobre todo, sus vinos. Los restaurantes ofrecen la mejor compañera para estas copas de Rioja, la gastronomía de la zona. Y con un extra de calidad: Aceite de la Rioja, Peras de Rincón, Champiñón y setas de La Rioja, Coliflor de Calahorra, Cordero chamarito o queso camerano, son algunas de las marcas que identifican nuestros productos.

Además, relacionado con vino y gastronomía, la Ruta ofrece otros recursos. Destacan actividades de carácter enogastronómico, como el Festival Entreviñas de Aldeanueva; el Día del Ajo Asado de Arnedo, las Jornadas Gastronómicas de la Verdura de Calahorra, el Día de la Pringada en Préjano y Arnedo, las Jornadas del Ecolechón del valle de Ocón, las Jornadas de Exaltación de la Pera en Rincón de Soto, o la Semana Santa Verde en Alfaro.

La Rioja Oriental es lugar de antiguas fiestas y tradiciones, algunas de interés turístico regional y nacional, como la Fiesta del Pan y el Queso en Quel, el Robo de los Santos en Arnedo, la Procesión del Humo en Arnedillo, la Quema de los Judas en Alfaro o la Semana Santa Calagurritana. También es camino hacia Santiago de Compostela, ya que la Ruta Jacobea del Ebro entra a La Rioja por Alfaro hasta enlazar en Logroño con el Camino Francés.

Otros recursos que ofrece la Ruta son sus balnearios y pozas de aguas termales, la ruta de castillos y monasterios, los numerosos yacimientos de icnitas, el yacimiento Celtíbero de Contrebia Leukade, las cuevas rupestres, como la de los Cien Pilares, y barrios de antiguas bodegas excavadas en la roca. Así mismo, museos y centros de interpretación sobre el vino, verduras, champiñón, aceite y alpargatas completan esta oferta cultural.

La Rioja Oriental es zona de Reserva de la Biosfera y Red Natura 2000 y, además de sus rutas por los viñedos, ofrece distintos recursos para disfrutar del medio natural. Rutas de senderismo, bicicleta y a caballo son algunas de las opciones para disfrutar de un paisaje único.

Toda esta oferta se ha unido bajo la marca Ruta del Vino de Rioja Oriental que dispone ya de una página web www.rutadelvinoriojaoriental.com  en la que cualquier enoturista puede encontrar la información necesaria para disfrutar de unos días de descanso en esta zona de La Rioja y conocer la cultura del vino y todos los recursos turísticos, patrimoniales y naturales que atesora. 

Arnedo

Los turistas que desean conocer de primera mano la cultura del vino de Rioja ya tienen otro destino: la Ruta del Vino de Rioja Oriental, que se sumará a las Rutas del Vino de España en una propuesta de turismo auténtico, con identidad y vocación vivencial.

Bodegas, restaurantes, enotecas, servicios de catas y visita a viñedos, empresas agroalimentarias y servicios de alojamiento, restauración y ocio se unen para que el turista disfrute en esta zona de un destino turístico y de calidad vinculado a la cultura del vino.

Las bodegas de Rioja Oriental quieren mostrar su historia, su forma de elaborar el vino, las variedades que cultivan con mimo, sus viñedos, su tradición y, sobre todo, sus vinos. Los restaurantes ofrecen la mejor compañera para estas copas de Rioja, la gastronomía de la zona. Y con un extra de calidad: Aceite de la Rioja, Peras de Rincón, Champiñón y setas de La Rioja, Coliflor de Calahorra, Cordero chamarito o queso camerano, son algunas de las marcas que identifican nuestros productos.

Además, relacionado con vino y gastronomía, la Ruta ofrece otros recursos. Destacan actividades de carácter enogastronómico, como el Festival Entreviñas de Aldeanueva; el Día del Ajo Asado de Arnedo, las Jornadas Gastronómicas de la Verdura de Calahorra, el Día de la Pringada en Préjano y Arnedo, las Jornadas del Ecolechón del valle de Ocón, las Jornadas de Exaltación de la Pera en Rincón de Soto, o la Semana Santa Verde en Alfaro.

La Rioja Oriental es lugar de antiguas fiestas y tradiciones, algunas de interés turístico regional y nacional, como la Fiesta del Pan y el Queso en Quel, el Robo de los Santos en Arnedo, la Procesión del Humo en Arnedillo, la Quema de los Judas en Alfaro o la Semana Santa Calagurritana. También es camino hacia Santiago de Compostela, ya que la Ruta Jacobea del Ebro entra a La Rioja por Alfaro hasta enlazar en Logroño con el Camino Francés.

Otros recursos que ofrece la Ruta son sus balnearios y pozas de aguas termales, la ruta de castillos y monasterios, los numerosos yacimientos de icnitas, el yacimiento Celtíbero de Contrebia Leukade, las cuevas rupestres, como la de los Cien Pilares, y barrios de antiguas bodegas excavadas en la roca. Así mismo, museos y centros de interpretación sobre el vino, verduras, champiñón, aceite y alpargatas completan esta oferta cultural.

La Rioja Oriental es zona de Reserva de la Biosfera y Red Natura 2000 y, además de sus rutas por los viñedos, ofrece distintos recursos para disfrutar del medio natural. Rutas de senderismo, bicicleta y a caballo son algunas de las opciones para disfrutar de un paisaje único.

Toda esta oferta se ha unido bajo la marca Ruta del Vino de Rioja Oriental que dispone ya de una página web www.rutadelvinoriojaoriental.com  en la que cualquier enoturista puede encontrar la información necesaria para disfrutar de unos días de descanso en esta zona de La Rioja y conocer la cultura del vino y todos los recursos turísticos, patrimoniales y naturales que atesora. 

Teatrea Otoño

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13/10/2018

Logroño

13/10/2018

25/11/2018

Logroño

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