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Ollauri

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Ollauri is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northwest of the province.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro.
-Area: 2.6 km2.
-Height: 493 metres.
-Economy: The main activity here is farming, particularly barley and grapes.
Ollauri is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is in the northwest of the province.
-Location: It is part of the district of Haro.
-Area: 2.6 km2.
-Height: 493 metres.
-Economy: The main activity here is farming, particularly barley and grapes.

Ortigosa de Cameros

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The area was settled in prehistoric times. It's name is mentioned in Fernán González's oath. The town was linked to the Manriques until 1450, then to the dukes of Nájera. In 1781 it became a free town, coinciding with the extraordinary boom in Ortigosa and the growth of the Mesta, which was an association of sheep herders, and the bread making industry. During the 19th and 20th centuries, there were great losses due to emigration. Those Spaniards that had emigrated and made a success of their lives never forget their origins and sent money back to the village. In 1932 Alcalá Zamora, president of the Republic, and Indalecio Prieto were present at the placing of the first stone in the reservoir.

-Surrounding area: The village of Peñaloscintos. It is surrounded by forests and mountains and through the pines and oaks you can see the Robledillo meadow and the animal sheds at La Cerradilla. There is a beautiful walk under the beech trees. El collado Canto Hincado lies in the division between the Najerilla and Iregua Rivers. You can do a number of water sports on the González Lacasa Reservoir. The Ortigosa Caves.


-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It lies in the valley crossed by the Rioseco and Arroyo Huertos Rivers, which feed into the González Lacasa Reservoir, very close to Ortigosa.
-Area: 35.3 km2.
-Height: 1,070 m.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Peñaloscintos.
-Economy: The main activity here is livestock farming.

The area was settled in prehistoric times. It's name is mentioned in Fernán González's oath. The town was linked to the Manriques until 1450, then to the dukes of Nájera. In 1781 it became a free town, coinciding with the extraordinary boom in Ortigosa and the growth of the Mesta, which was an association of sheep herders, and the bread making industry. During the 19th and 20th centuries, there were great losses due to emigration. Those Spaniards that had emigrated and made a success of their lives never forget their origins and sent money back to the village. In 1932 Alcalá Zamora, president of the Republic, and Indalecio Prieto were present at the placing of the first stone in the reservoir.

-Surrounding area: The village of Peñaloscintos. It is surrounded by forests and mountains and through the pines and oaks you can see the Robledillo meadow and the animal sheds at La Cerradilla. There is a beautiful walk under the beech trees. El collado Canto Hincado lies in the division between the Najerilla and Iregua Rivers. You can do a number of water sports on the González Lacasa Reservoir. The Ortigosa Caves.


-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It lies in the valley crossed by the Rioseco and Arroyo Huertos Rivers, which feed into the González Lacasa Reservoir, very close to Ortigosa.
-Area: 35.3 km2.
-Height: 1,070 m.
-Populated areas, neighbourhoods or villages: Peñaloscintos.
-Economy: The main activity here is livestock farming.

Pazuengos

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Pazuengos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja at the foot of the San Lorenzo Mountain, between Ezcaray and San Millán de la Cogolla. The surrounding area is used for grazing horses and cattle and the La Rioja government manages a farm for breeding Avileña-Negra Ibérica cattle. The highest peak in the administrative area is the Cabeza Parda Mountain at 2,000 metres. The municipality is an obligatory stop for walkers on the GR-93 footpath, which takes them through beechwoods and oak forests towards San Millán de la Cogolla, and for those using the GR-93.1 footpath to the Valvanera Monastery, which is a traditional route taken by pilgrims from Ezcaray to Valvanera. The municipality's two villages, Villanueva and Ollora, are now in ruins. The 16th century church is dedicated to San Martín.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. The area is elevated and is on the right bank of the River Calabazares.
-Area: 25.2 km2.
-Height: 1,162 metres.
-Economy: The few inhabitants farm animals and eke out a living through subsistence agriculture.
Pazuengos is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja at the foot of the San Lorenzo Mountain, between Ezcaray and San Millán de la Cogolla. The surrounding area is used for grazing horses and cattle and the La Rioja government manages a farm for breeding Avileña-Negra Ibérica cattle. The highest peak in the administrative area is the Cabeza Parda Mountain at 2,000 metres. The municipality is an obligatory stop for walkers on the GR-93 footpath, which takes them through beechwoods and oak forests towards San Millán de la Cogolla, and for those using the GR-93.1 footpath to the Valvanera Monastery, which is a traditional route taken by pilgrims from Ezcaray to Valvanera. The municipality's two villages, Villanueva and Ollora, are now in ruins. The 16th century church is dedicated to San Martín.
-Location: It is part of the district of Santo Domingo. The area is elevated and is on the right bank of the River Calabazares.
-Area: 25.2 km2.
-Height: 1,162 metres.
-Economy: The few inhabitants farm animals and eke out a living through subsistence agriculture.

Pedroso

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In 1169 it was given to the Santa María la Real Monastery in Nájera by Alfonso VIII. In 1850 it produced woollen fabric and it had its own hospital


-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It lies between the River Ebro basin and the northern edge of the Cameros region. The tops of the Serradero Mountains dominate the landscape with a high plateau at around 1,400 metres.
-Area: 19.5 km2.
-Height: 773 metres.
-Economy: This is a livestock farming town, as crop farming has completely disappeared.

In 1169 it was given to the Santa María la Real Monastery in Nájera by Alfonso VIII. In 1850 it produced woollen fabric and it had its own hospital


-Location: It is part of the district of Nájera. It lies between the River Ebro basin and the northern edge of the Cameros region. The tops of the Serradero Mountains dominate the landscape with a high plateau at around 1,400 metres.
-Area: 19.5 km2.
-Height: 773 metres.
-Economy: This is a livestock farming town, as crop farming has completely disappeared.

Peroblasco

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Peroblasco es una localidad de la comunidad autónoma de La Rioja , perteneciente al municipio de Munilla enclavada en el término municipal de Arnedillo. Está situada junto al Río Cidacos. Según el INE, Peroblasco tenía 20 habitantes en 2009.

Peroblasco es una localidad de la comunidad autónoma de La Rioja , perteneciente al municipio de Munilla enclavada en el término municipal de Arnedillo. Está situada junto al Río Cidacos. Según el INE, Peroblasco tenía 20 habitantes en 2009.

Pinillos

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Enrique II gave the Pinillos feudal estate to Juan Ramírez Arellano, Master of Cameros. It later belonged to the Counts of Aguilar.
-Surrounding area: The area surrounding Pinillos is very beautiful. It is a landscape typical of the Cameros Mountains.

-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is on the right-hand side of the high Iregua Valley where the hills decrease in height towards the east.
-Area: 11.8 km2.
-Height: 1,026 metres.
-Economy: Once the wood and textile industries disappeared, economic activity was limited to livestock farming and forestry. , Enrique II dió el señorío de Pinillos a Juan Ramírez Arellano, señor de Cameros. Posteriormente perteneció a los condes de Aguilar.
-Alrededores: Gran belleza del entorno de Pinillos. Paisaje típico de la sierra de Cameros.

-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Torrecilla en Cameros. Se encuentra en la margen derecha del alto valle del Iregua, disminuyendo el relieve hacia el este.
-Superficie: 11,8 km cuadrados.
-Altitud: 1.026 m.
-Economía: La desaparición de la industria de madera y textil redujo la actividad económica a la ganadería y a la explotación forestal.
Enrique II gave the Pinillos feudal estate to Juan Ramírez Arellano, Master of Cameros. It later belonged to the Counts of Aguilar.
-Surrounding area: The area surrounding Pinillos is very beautiful. It is a landscape typical of the Cameros Mountains.

-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is on the right-hand side of the high Iregua Valley where the hills decrease in height towards the east.
-Area: 11.8 km2.
-Height: 1,026 metres.
-Economy: Once the wood and textile industries disappeared, economic activity was limited to livestock farming and forestry. , Enrique II dió el señorío de Pinillos a Juan Ramírez Arellano, señor de Cameros. Posteriormente perteneció a los condes de Aguilar.
-Alrededores: Gran belleza del entorno de Pinillos. Paisaje típico de la sierra de Cameros.

-Situación: Pertenece a la comarca de Torrecilla en Cameros. Se encuentra en la margen derecha del alto valle del Iregua, disminuyendo el relieve hacia el este.
-Superficie: 11,8 km cuadrados.
-Altitud: 1.026 m.
-Economía: La desaparición de la industria de madera y textil redujo la actividad económica a la ganadería y a la explotación forestal.

Pipaona de Ocón

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Pipaona is located in the the Ocón Valley, which is the main valley of those connecting the Sierra de la Hez with the depression of the Ebro. The mountain range is part of the Iberian System, and located in the middle-lower part of La Rioja, between the Jubera and Cidacos valleys.

Pipaona is 35 km from Logroño. You can reach this town on the N-232 towards Zaragoza turning at the LR-259 which enters the Ocón Valley. About 3 km further, after a long straight, you enter this livestock raising and agricultural village with a population of 49. After crossing a bridge, you can visit a historical well and enjoy a large recreational area with many services for visitors.

It is a rich agricultural area, with arable, mostly non-irrigated crops —wheat and barley— and vineyards, grape growing being the main activity in the Ocón Valley. Sheep farming dominates the mountain areas.

Pipaona is located in the the Ocón Valley, which is the main valley of those connecting the Sierra de la Hez with the depression of the Ebro. The mountain range is part of the Iberian System, and located in the middle-lower part of La Rioja, between the Jubera and Cidacos valleys.

Pipaona is 35 km from Logroño. You can reach this town on the N-232 towards Zaragoza turning at the LR-259 which enters the Ocón Valley. About 3 km further, after a long straight, you enter this livestock raising and agricultural village with a population of 49. After crossing a bridge, you can visit a historical well and enjoy a large recreational area with many services for visitors.

It is a rich agricultural area, with arable, mostly non-irrigated crops —wheat and barley— and vineyards, grape growing being the main activity in the Ocón Valley. Sheep farming dominates the mountain areas.

Poyales

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Pradejón

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Pradejón is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra. The municipality stretches along the banks of the River Ebro.
-Area: 31.40 km2.
-Height: 362 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is irrigated farming, particularly fruit and vegetables, and the canning industry, which employs a large part of the population. It is one of Spain's main mushroom producing areas.
Pradejón is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Calahorra. The municipality stretches along the banks of the River Ebro.
-Area: 31.40 km2.
-Height: 362 metres.
-Economy: The main activity is irrigated farming, particularly fruit and vegetables, and the canning industry, which employs a large part of the population. It is one of Spain's main mushroom producing areas.

Pradillo

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Pradillo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is in the Camero Nuevo area.
-Area: 10.2 km2.
-Height: 880 metres.
-Economy: Farming plays a secondary role, as there are only small farms producing grain, potatoes and fruit and vegetables. The main activity is farming.
Pradillo is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja.
-Location: It is part of the district of Torrecilla en Cameros. It is in the Camero Nuevo area.
-Area: 10.2 km2.
-Height: 880 metres.
-Economy: Farming plays a secondary role, as there are only small farms producing grain, potatoes and fruit and vegetables. The main activity is farming.

Préjano

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Préjano is a town in the Lower Rioja district of the autonomous region of La Rioja, Spain. It is on the left bank of the River Ruesca, a tributary of the River Cidacos. It used to be a mining town, but today its inhabitants earn a living through farming and working in the industries located in the district's nearby capital city: Arnedo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It is at the foot of Mount Isasa.
-Area: 42.11 km2.
-Height: 708 metres.
-Economy: Once the town's textile industry, which was based on significant sheep farming, disappeared and coal mining activity decreased enormously, the population started to move away and has continued to do so. The municipality's current economy centres on farming, mainly fruit, vegetables, potatoes, grapes and olives. There is also some animal farming, including sheep.
Préjano is a town in the Lower Rioja district of the autonomous region of La Rioja, Spain. It is on the left bank of the River Ruesca, a tributary of the River Cidacos. It used to be a mining town, but today its inhabitants earn a living through farming and working in the industries located in the district's nearby capital city: Arnedo.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It is at the foot of Mount Isasa.
-Area: 42.11 km2.
-Height: 708 metres.
-Economy: Once the town's textile industry, which was based on significant sheep farming, disappeared and coal mining activity decreased enormously, the population started to move away and has continued to do so. The municipality's current economy centres on farming, mainly fruit, vegetables, potatoes, grapes and olives. There is also some animal farming, including sheep.

Quel

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Quel is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is part of the Lower Rioja district and the sub-district of Arnedo. According to the 2006 census, the population is 1,986. The municipality covers 54.78 km2 and it's population density is 36.25 inhabitants per kilometre. Quel's castle crowns the town and has always done so. Not for nothing does the name Quel come from the Arab word Qalat, meaning 'castle'. With the rugged hill and the castle's remains behind, the town opens out onto the Cidacos plain, which feeds the fertile land.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It is on the left bank of the River Cidacos between Arnedo and Autol, sheltered from the crags. The rugged mountains stretch along the river bed.
-Area: 55.9 km2.
-Height: 490 metres.
-Economy: Farming is one of the main activities and the main crops are fruit and vegetables. The canning and shoe industries are also important, as are the distilleries. The tertiary sector is made up of many businesses, banks and cultural services.
Quel is a municipality in the autonomous region of La Rioja. It is part of the Lower Rioja district and the sub-district of Arnedo. According to the 2006 census, the population is 1,986. The municipality covers 54.78 km2 and it's population density is 36.25 inhabitants per kilometre. Quel's castle crowns the town and has always done so. Not for nothing does the name Quel come from the Arab word Qalat, meaning 'castle'. With the rugged hill and the castle's remains behind, the town opens out onto the Cidacos plain, which feeds the fertile land.
-Location: It is part of the district of Arnedo. It is on the left bank of the River Cidacos between Arnedo and Autol, sheltered from the crags. The rugged mountains stretch along the river bed.
-Area: 55.9 km2.
-Height: 490 metres.
-Economy: Farming is one of the main activities and the main crops are fruit and vegetables. The canning and shoe industries are also important, as are the distilleries. The tertiary sector is made up of many businesses, banks and cultural services.