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Long Description:

Grañón is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is the last village in La Rioja on the Way of St. James. The town is part of the district of Santo Domingo de la Calzada and the judicial area of Haro. The municipality's residents, known as grañoneros and grañoneras, mainly farm the land and breed livestock meaning that most young people leave the village to find other work in the region's capital, Logroño.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. The village is on Mount Carrasquedo.
-Area: 31 km2.
-Height: 723 metres.
-Economy: Grañón's economy is based on farming, particularly barley, wheat, grapes, beet and potatoes.

Tourism resources:

The urban planning is interesting as it was arranged around the Mayor and Santiago streets. Splendid San Juan Bautista Parish, ashlar building dated from the 15th to the 18th centuries. It has a single nave with three sections, transept, presbytery, and octagonal chancel with five facing walls. It homes a beautiful Renaissance reredos that was restored during the Holy Year of 1993, inspired by the Santo Domingo Cathedral.


Number of inhabitants: 358
Local festivals: On 25 March, Virgen de Carrasquedo, pilgrimage included. On 24 June, San Juan Bautista.
District: La Rioja Alta
Distance to the capital (Km): 57
Distances to other places (Km): Logroño: 52.7, Pamplona: 61.7, Soria: 71.7, Vitoria: 138, Burgos: 144
AEMET identifier: 26069

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