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Alfaro

Especializada en el cultivo y la producción orgánica de aceite de oliva virgen extra, Almazara Ecológica de La Rioja es una empresa de propiedad familiar gestionada por tres hermanos en sus propias tierras agrícolas. Fundada en Alfaro en 1999, la almazara comercializa sus aceites en países de todo el mundo, entre otros Estados Unidos, Japón, Bélgica, Holanda, Luxemburgo, Dinamarca, Francia y China. Con sus marcas Graccurris, Isul y Plenilunio se presenta un monovarietal de arbequina ecológico de calidad reconocida en prestigiosos concursos de aceite del panorama nacional e internacional.

Alfaro

Especializada en el cultivo y la producción orgánica de aceite de oliva virgen extra, Almazara Ecológica de La Rioja es una empresa de propiedad familiar gestionada por tres hermanos en sus propias tierras agrícolas. Fundada en Alfaro en 1999, la almazara comercializa sus aceites en países de todo el mundo, entre otros Estados Unidos, Japón, Bélgica, Holanda, Luxemburgo, Dinamarca, Francia y China. Con sus marcas Graccurris, Isul y Plenilunio se presenta un monovarietal de arbequina ecológico de calidad reconocida en prestigiosos concursos de aceite del panorama nacional e internacional.

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Alfaro

At our cooperage we only manufacture oak barrels, a process in which the hand of the craftsman is the determining factor.

Alfaro

At our cooperage we only manufacture oak barrels, a process in which the hand of the craftsman is the determining factor.

Finca de Ribavellosa

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Almarza de Cameros

La Finca de Ribavellosa, with 200 hectares of surface area, situated in the municipal district of Almarza de Cameros, belongs to the Autonomous Body of National Parks (Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment). It's a unique landscape of exceptional beauty and ecological wealth, accessible thanks to the almost 12 km ofself-guided trails open to the public and well-signposted. They are all easy access for mountaineers, families, hikers or cyclists, where you can see good examples of the major forest ecosystems of La Rioja (beech, pine, gall-oak, holm oak, …..).

Ribavellosa offers the visitor an ideal place to enjoy, understand and interpret the conditions of the natural environment, and learn to respect it. To do so, the property has numerous interpretive panels on vegetation and fauna, and with aVisitors' Centre and a small exhibition of natural elements.

The visitor can also make use of the facilities open to the public, such as strong>picnic areas
, sports facilities (with football fields, fronton court and basketball and indoor soccer courts), or thechildren's areafor our smallest visitors, also with specially adaptedtoilets.

Almarza de Cameros

La Finca de Ribavellosa, with 200 hectares of surface area, situated in the municipal district of Almarza de Cameros, belongs to the Autonomous Body of National Parks (Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment). It's a unique landscape of exceptional beauty and ecological wealth, accessible thanks to the almost 12 km ofself-guided trails open to the public and well-signposted. They are all easy access for mountaineers, families, hikers or cyclists, where you can see good examples of the major forest ecosystems of La Rioja (beech, pine, gall-oak, holm oak, …..).

Ribavellosa offers the visitor an ideal place to enjoy, understand and interpret the conditions of the natural environment, and learn to respect it. To do so, the property has numerous interpretive panels on vegetation and fauna, and with aVisitors' Centre and a small exhibition of natural elements.

The visitor can also make use of the facilities open to the public, such as strong>picnic areas
, sports facilities (with football fields, fronton court and basketball and indoor soccer courts), or thechildren's areafor our smallest visitors, also with specially adaptedtoilets.

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Anguciana

Castillo de Señorío, situated next to the bridge over the River Tirón, rectangular floor plan, with loopholes, embrasures and machicolation topped battlements.
Period:
Property: Private
Open to the public: No

Anguciana

Castillo de Señorío, situated next to the bridge over the River Tirón, rectangular floor plan, with loopholes, embrasures and machicolation topped battlements.
Period:
Property: Private
Open to the public: No

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Anguiano

The name of the monastery, Valvanera, comes from a Latin expression, “Vallis Venaria” which means " “Valley of the veins of water" since the valley had lots of springs, streams and waterfalls.. The origin of the building of the shrine dates back to the discovery of a 9th-century image of Saint Mary by a repentant thief called Nuño Oñez, according to the “Historia Latina” written by the Abbot of Valvanera, Don Rodrigo de Castroviejo in 1419. It is the Latin translation of a 13th century text possibly written by Gonzalo de Berceo in the "vulgar mother" tongue.

The primitive community of hermit monks which built up around the discovery of the image in the 10th c. gave way to Benedictine friars. Originally, there was a Visigoth church, then a Pre-Romanesque one consecrated in 1073, another Romanesque one from 1183 of which only a tower remains standing, and finally the current 15th century church.

The main altar of the church holds the niche of the Virgin of Valvanera, which can be reached from the side. The upper part is presided over by a “Pantocrator” figure of Christ, and below there are figures representing St Peter, St Paul, St Benedict and St Atanasio.

The rest of the monastery is composed of 20th century buildings in honour of the Patron Saint of La Rioja. Homage is paid to Valvanera as the most important carving. The author and date of this work are unknown, but from its characteristics, it could be a sculpture in the Byzantine-Visigoth style. Its origin comes from the context of the renewed Marian fervour in Spain in the first half of the ninth century.

Anguiano

The name of the monastery, Valvanera, comes from a Latin expression, “Vallis Venaria” which means " “Valley of the veins of water" since the valley had lots of springs, streams and waterfalls.. The origin of the building of the shrine dates back to the discovery of a 9th-century image of Saint Mary by a repentant thief called Nuño Oñez, according to the “Historia Latina” written by the Abbot of Valvanera, Don Rodrigo de Castroviejo in 1419. It is the Latin translation of a 13th century text possibly written by Gonzalo de Berceo in the "vulgar mother" tongue.

The primitive community of hermit monks which built up around the discovery of the image in the 10th c. gave way to Benedictine friars. Originally, there was a Visigoth church, then a Pre-Romanesque one consecrated in 1073, another Romanesque one from 1183 of which only a tower remains standing, and finally the current 15th century church.

The main altar of the church holds the niche of the Virgin of Valvanera, which can be reached from the side. The upper part is presided over by a “Pantocrator” figure of Christ, and below there are figures representing St Peter, St Paul, St Benedict and St Atanasio.

The rest of the monastery is composed of 20th century buildings in honour of the Patron Saint of La Rioja. Homage is paid to Valvanera as the most important carving. The author and date of this work are unknown, but from its characteristics, it could be a sculpture in the Byzantine-Visigoth style. Its origin comes from the context of the renewed Marian fervour in Spain in the first half of the ninth century.

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Arnedillo

Fortress Tower of the old castle, and stretch of wall on the hillside.
Period: 12th century
Property: Municipal
Open to the public: Free admission

Arnedillo

Fortress Tower of the old castle, and stretch of wall on the hillside.
Period: 12th century
Property: Municipal
Open to the public: Free admission