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Torremontalbo

Torre fuerte de los Zúñiga, de planta cuadrada en sillería, dentro de un atractivo conjunto de palacio, iglesia y jardines.
Época: Siglos XIV y XV
Propiedad: Particular. Condes de Hervías
Visitable: No, Fortress Tower of Los Zúñiga, square floor plan in ashlar, part of an attractive palace, church and garden complex.
Period:14th and 15th centuries
Property: Private. Condes de Hervías
Open to the public: No

Torremontalbo

Torre fuerte de los Zúñiga, de planta cuadrada en sillería, dentro de un atractivo conjunto de palacio, iglesia y jardines.
Época: Siglos XIV y XV
Propiedad: Particular. Condes de Hervías
Visitable: No, Fortress Tower of Los Zúñiga, square floor plan in ashlar, part of an attractive palace, church and garden complex.
Period:14th and 15th centuries
Property: Private. Condes de Hervías
Open to the public: No

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Treviana

The Romanesque Centre, located in Treviana, is the meeting point. It is the place to meet, the coaching inn before starting the journey. The resources offered allow you to come a little closer to the chosen heritage route with better knowledge. These places are the true goal of our adventure.

The Romanesque Centre has four main resources:

  • A projection room, with a spectacular audiovisual facility.
  • A showroom, with information panels, stonework pieces and space for workshops.
  • A documents room, with an extensive library dedicated to the Middle Ages in general and Romanesque Art in particular.
  • A virtual room located in the website www.riojaromanica.com

Treviana

The Romanesque Centre, located in Treviana, is the meeting point. It is the place to meet, the coaching inn before starting the journey. The resources offered allow you to come a little closer to the chosen heritage route with better knowledge. These places are the true goal of our adventure.

The Romanesque Centre has four main resources:

  • A projection room, with a spectacular audiovisual facility.
  • A showroom, with information panels, stonework pieces and space for workshops.
  • A documents room, with an extensive library dedicated to the Middle Ages in general and Romanesque Art in particular.
  • A virtual room located in the website www.riojaromanica.com

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Tricio

It is the most ancient religious monument of La Rioja. Its origin was a 3rd century Roman mausoleum, which was transformed into a Christian basilica in the 5th century, reusing architectural elements from the ancient Roman city of Tritium Megallum, Tritium the Great, which comprised the current towns of Tricio, Nájera and others.

Under the basilica floor 5th and 6th century early Christian tombs were found, as well as some reused Roman sarcophaguses belonging to I to III centuries AD, and other medieval ones; in addition to Roman funerary stelae and another Paleo-Christian one. At the top remains of late 12th century Romanesque paintings can be seen, repainted over the original 5th century early Christian ones.

The building has a basilical structure with longitudinal floor plan with three naves and a quadrangular head. The side naves are separated from the central one by arches supported by Corinthian columns made up of fragments of 1st century Roman columns. In the 18th century the interior of the basilica was covered with Baroque plasterwork. The original carving of the Virgen de Arcos, a pre-Romanesque black Virgin, from the 11th century, is now in the parish church of Tricio.

Tricio

It is the most ancient religious monument of La Rioja. Its origin was a 3rd century Roman mausoleum, which was transformed into a Christian basilica in the 5th century, reusing architectural elements from the ancient Roman city of Tritium Megallum, Tritium the Great, which comprised the current towns of Tricio, Nájera and others.

Under the basilica floor 5th and 6th century early Christian tombs were found, as well as some reused Roman sarcophaguses belonging to I to III centuries AD, and other medieval ones; in addition to Roman funerary stelae and another Paleo-Christian one. At the top remains of late 12th century Romanesque paintings can be seen, repainted over the original 5th century early Christian ones.

The building has a basilical structure with longitudinal floor plan with three naves and a quadrangular head. The side naves are separated from the central one by arches supported by Corinthian columns made up of fragments of 1st century Roman columns. In the 18th century the interior of the basilica was covered with Baroque plasterwork. The original carving of the Virgen de Arcos, a pre-Romanesque black Virgin, from the 11th century, is now in the parish church of Tricio.

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Ventosa

The Church of San Saturnino de Ventosa is on the top of a hill where the village centre is concentrated. Built in ashlar with a Latin cross plan and a rectangular head facing east, it has a single nave. At the foot, attached to the North façade, it has a square tower crowned with an eight facet pyramid, which was built in the 17th century in brick, on the previous ashlar stone base.

Its main altarpiece consists of a predella and two sections divided in five vertical parts, completed in the early 17th century, work of the architect Martín de Nalda and the sculptor from Arnedo Antonio de Zárraga, dedicating mainly the first section to San Saturnino and the second to the Virgin Mary; we must also highlight the representation of the Holy Trinity at the top and the Four Evangelists on the base. Among the religious images of worship, we can highlight: the 14th-century statue of recumbent Christ, Saint Roque (16th century) and St John the Baptist (18th century).

Ventosa

The Church of San Saturnino de Ventosa is on the top of a hill where the village centre is concentrated. Built in ashlar with a Latin cross plan and a rectangular head facing east, it has a single nave. At the foot, attached to the North façade, it has a square tower crowned with an eight facet pyramid, which was built in the 17th century in brick, on the previous ashlar stone base.

Its main altarpiece consists of a predella and two sections divided in five vertical parts, completed in the early 17th century, work of the architect Martín de Nalda and the sculptor from Arnedo Antonio de Zárraga, dedicating mainly the first section to San Saturnino and the second to the Virgin Mary; we must also highlight the representation of the Holy Trinity at the top and the Four Evangelists on the base. Among the religious images of worship, we can highlight: the 14th-century statue of recumbent Christ, Saint Roque (16th century) and St John the Baptist (18th century).

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Viguera

Located inside some caves, in a narrow ravine and hidden behind a thick forest of pine trees and scrubland. Cueva los Moros (The Moors' Cave). Remains of walls and windows half way up the crag.
Period: 12th and 14th centuries
Property: Private
Open to the public: Free admission

Viguera

Located inside some caves, in a narrow ravine and hidden behind a thick forest of pine trees and scrubland. Cueva los Moros (The Moors' Cave). Remains of walls and windows half way up the crag.
Period: 12th and 14th centuries
Property: Private
Open to the public: Free admission

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Viguera

Algunos restos de murallas y de la torre vigía en Peña Castillo. Antiguo en la reconquista cristiana. La plaza del pueblo tiene la estructura de la plaza fuerte del castillo. El Castillo de Valdemetria, formación de roca con desniveles de 50 a 100 metros de altura, se encuentra a 2 kms. del Castillo de Viguera.
Época:
Propiedad:
Visitable: , Some remains of walls and watchtower at Peña Castillo. Old in the Christian Reconquest. The village square has the structure of the castle stronghold. Valdemetria Castle, a rocky formation with slopes of 50 to 100 metres, is 2 km from Castillo de Viguera.
Period:
Property:
Open to the public:

Viguera

Algunos restos de murallas y de la torre vigía en Peña Castillo. Antiguo en la reconquista cristiana. La plaza del pueblo tiene la estructura de la plaza fuerte del castillo. El Castillo de Valdemetria, formación de roca con desniveles de 50 a 100 metros de altura, se encuentra a 2 kms. del Castillo de Viguera.
Época:
Propiedad:
Visitable: , Some remains of walls and watchtower at Peña Castillo. Old in the Christian Reconquest. The village square has the structure of the castle stronghold. Valdemetria Castle, a rocky formation with slopes of 50 to 100 metres, is 2 km from Castillo de Viguera.
Period:
Property:
Open to the public:

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Villamediana de Iregua

Ecoparque de La Rioja es the main urban waste treatment centre in the region. Here part of the urban waste from the selective collection applied in La Rioja are classified, recycled and valued, in Private, lightweight containers, and organic matter. The facilities have an environmental classroom which explains, using different teaching methods, the urban waste recycling process. It is also possible to take a guided tour of the plant to know how to value waste and the importance that citizens have in this process.


The visit lasts 1 hour and a half approximately and it is necessary to book at least one day before: 941 011 061.

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Villamediana de Iregua

Ecoparque de La Rioja es the main urban waste treatment centre in the region. Here part of the urban waste from the selective collection applied in La Rioja are classified, recycled and valued, in Private, lightweight containers, and organic matter. The facilities have an environmental classroom which explains, using different teaching methods, the urban waste recycling process. It is also possible to take a guided tour of the plant to know how to value waste and the importance that citizens have in this process.


The visit lasts 1 hour and a half approximately and it is necessary to book at least one day before: 941 011 061.

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Villanueva de Cameros

'Almazuela' is the term used in La Rioja for the traditional patchwork technique of joining small pieces of fabric to build a larger piece. This technique consists of cutting out pieces from the less deteriorated parts of worn clothing and other fabrics. The small pieces are subsequently sewn together, creating curious patterns which comprise colourful designs. The origins of this craft are a need for recycling as a result of financial hardship.

Villanueva de Cameros

'Almazuela' is the term used in La Rioja for the traditional patchwork technique of joining small pieces of fabric to build a larger piece. This technique consists of cutting out pieces from the less deteriorated parts of worn clothing and other fabrics. The small pieces are subsequently sewn together, creating curious patterns which comprise colourful designs. The origins of this craft are a need for recycling as a result of financial hardship.

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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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Villoslada de Cameros

The Sculpture Park is a museum in the mountains, inside the Sierra Cebollera Nature Park, made up of a series of eight sculptures in natural materials produced by eight national and international artists, scattered without any signposting along paths 2 and 3, those of the Virgin and the Achichuelo.
The map for searching out the sculptures can be obtained in the Visitors' Centre of the Park, in Villoslada, and in the Tourist Information Office of the Cameros, in the Hórreo de Pradillo.

Villoslada de Cameros

The Sculpture Park is a museum in the mountains, inside the Sierra Cebollera Nature Park, made up of a series of eight sculptures in natural materials produced by eight national and international artists, scattered without any signposting along paths 2 and 3, those of the Virgin and the Achichuelo.
The map for searching out the sculptures can be obtained in the Visitors' Centre of the Park, in Villoslada, and in the Tourist Information Office of the Cameros, in the Hórreo de Pradillo.