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Ezcaray

En las proximidades de la iglesia hay una serie de calles y plazas de gran sabor tradicional y en ellas cobran protagonismo algunos palacios blasonados. Los más importantes son el Palacio de Torremúzquiz y el Palacio del Ángel, de l siglo XVIII. Son clásicas casonas barrocos, bien construidas, formadas por varios pisos, buena fábrica de sillería y puertas, ventanas y balcones adintelados.

Fuente: Arteguías

Palacio de Azcárate (S. XVII)

Construcción que data de (1.750) con un diseño sencillo en la época y que posteriormente hacia 1.800 se vería reformado por arquitectos especializados que amoldaron las fachadas trabajando nuevas figuras en los pilares centrales junto con adornos de tipo renacentistas.

El Palacete perteneció a la familia Azcárate , cuya Historia está fuertemente ligada a la carrera militar. Terratenientes con gran influencia que poseían también otros Palacetes en el norte de España de considerable importancia junto con un patrimonio que abarcaba hasta Madrid capital.

La actual rehabilitación ha mantenido el diseño arquitectónico que embellece las fachadas aunque interiormente la estructura se ha renovado por completo para poder ofrecer todas la comodidades de los Hoteles de hoy en día.

Artesanos conocidos, tallistas profesionales y escultores  han colaborado en restaurar piezas de gran valor histórico y emocional para la localidad y la zona.

Palacio del Ángel (S. XVIII)

 

Edificio construido a mediados del siglo XVIII con características comunes a otras Casas Palaciegas de Ezcaray, como sus canes tallados o la piedra de sillería. En su fachada hay un escudo rococó y una hornacina con la imagen cerámica de San Miguel.

Palacio de Barroeta (S.XVII)

Edificio construido a mitades del siglo XVIII con piedra de sillería en su fachada y mamposterís en el resto del edificio.

Casa de los Condes de Torremúzquiz (S.XVIII)

Ezcaray

En las proximidades de la iglesia hay una serie de calles y plazas de gran sabor tradicional y en ellas cobran protagonismo algunos palacios blasonados. Los más importantes son el Palacio de Torremúzquiz y el Palacio del Ángel, de l siglo XVIII. Son clásicas casonas barrocos, bien construidas, formadas por varios pisos, buena fábrica de sillería y puertas, ventanas y balcones adintelados.

Fuente: Arteguías

Palacio de Azcárate (S. XVII)

Construcción que data de (1.750) con un diseño sencillo en la época y que posteriormente hacia 1.800 se vería reformado por arquitectos especializados que amoldaron las fachadas trabajando nuevas figuras en los pilares centrales junto con adornos de tipo renacentistas.

El Palacete perteneció a la familia Azcárate , cuya Historia está fuertemente ligada a la carrera militar. Terratenientes con gran influencia que poseían también otros Palacetes en el norte de España de considerable importancia junto con un patrimonio que abarcaba hasta Madrid capital.

La actual rehabilitación ha mantenido el diseño arquitectónico que embellece las fachadas aunque interiormente la estructura se ha renovado por completo para poder ofrecer todas la comodidades de los Hoteles de hoy en día.

Artesanos conocidos, tallistas profesionales y escultores  han colaborado en restaurar piezas de gran valor histórico y emocional para la localidad y la zona.

Palacio del Ángel (S. XVIII)

 

Edificio construido a mediados del siglo XVIII con características comunes a otras Casas Palaciegas de Ezcaray, como sus canes tallados o la piedra de sillería. En su fachada hay un escudo rococó y una hornacina con la imagen cerámica de San Miguel.

Palacio de Barroeta (S.XVII)

Edificio construido a mitades del siglo XVIII con piedra de sillería en su fachada y mamposterís en el resto del edificio.

Casa de los Condes de Torremúzquiz (S.XVIII)

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Ezcaray

La Demanda Naturaleza y Aventura is a company specialising in outdoor and adventure activities. It is in Ezcaray, 60 km from Logroño, in the far northwest of the Ibérica System mountain range and in the heart of the Demanda Mountains.

Activities: Paintball. Interpretive walks. Mountain routes and climbs. Canyoning. Caving. Climbing. Bungee jumping. Abseiling and death slides. Archery. Mountain biking. Horse riding. Snowshoes and downhill skiing.

Other activities include: Orienteering, nature classes, mammal and nocturnal and diurnal bird watching, multi-activity programmes, corporate and school events, equipment hire, etc. We can also arrange accommodation if required. We educate about and respectfully enjoy the natural surroundings.

Ezcaray

La Demanda Naturaleza y Aventura is a company specialising in outdoor and adventure activities. It is in Ezcaray, 60 km from Logroño, in the far northwest of the Ibérica System mountain range and in the heart of the Demanda Mountains.

Activities: Paintball. Interpretive walks. Mountain routes and climbs. Canyoning. Caving. Climbing. Bungee jumping. Abseiling and death slides. Archery. Mountain biking. Horse riding. Snowshoes and downhill skiing.

Other activities include: Orienteering, nature classes, mammal and nocturnal and diurnal bird watching, multi-activity programmes, corporate and school events, equipment hire, etc. We can also arrange accommodation if required. We educate about and respectfully enjoy the natural surroundings.

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Ezcaray

Opening times: Closed on Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Ezcaray

Opening times: Closed on Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.

Ruedas de Lana

tipo de documento Tourist Service

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Ezcaray

RUEDAS DE LANA organises mountain bike rides through the landscapes and villages famous for transhumance and wool in La Rioja. The rides take the tracks, paths and drover's roads used by shepherds and sheep searching for the best mountain pastures in each season.
 
A BIKE RIDE through amazing landscapes and mountains in La Rioja, taking you overthe Demanda and Cameros Mountains to the headwaters of the Oja, Iregua and Najerilla Rivers, through tiny mountain villages with traditional architecture and a pastoral history including Ezcaray and San Millán de la Cogolla, and through the villages in the Camero Nuevo and the Siete Villas regions.
 
AN EXPERIENCE that invites you to find out more about the places that hold on to the memory of the transhumance; sheep pens, huts, shearing farms, small anthropological museums, chapels that honour pastoral miracles, small inns where shepherds and their flocks rested and exhibitions and visitor centres about this inherited landscape.
 
AN INVITATION FOR YOUR SENSES taste traditional pastoral food, touch the blankets and patchwork quilts, smell the local cheese, listen and dance to traditional music and meet the people who keep the ancient transhumance festivals alive.

Ezcaray

RUEDAS DE LANA organises mountain bike rides through the landscapes and villages famous for transhumance and wool in La Rioja. The rides take the tracks, paths and drover's roads used by shepherds and sheep searching for the best mountain pastures in each season.
 
A BIKE RIDE through amazing landscapes and mountains in La Rioja, taking you overthe Demanda and Cameros Mountains to the headwaters of the Oja, Iregua and Najerilla Rivers, through tiny mountain villages with traditional architecture and a pastoral history including Ezcaray and San Millán de la Cogolla, and through the villages in the Camero Nuevo and the Siete Villas regions.
 
AN EXPERIENCE that invites you to find out more about the places that hold on to the memory of the transhumance; sheep pens, huts, shearing farms, small anthropological museums, chapels that honour pastoral miracles, small inns where shepherds and their flocks rested and exhibitions and visitor centres about this inherited landscape.
 
AN INVITATION FOR YOUR SENSES taste traditional pastoral food, touch the blankets and patchwork quilts, smell the local cheese, listen and dance to traditional music and meet the people who keep the ancient transhumance festivals alive.

Silvestres

tipo de documento Tourist Service

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Ezcaray

Silvestres promotes the values of ecotourism in the region of Alto Oja in La Rioja. Ecotourism is an alternative type of tourism, with a solid commitment to preserving nature and respecting the wellbeing of local populations.

Our guided tours and outings let you experience and enjoy the extraordinary nature that embellish the hills of La Demanda Mountain Range and its surroundings, and learn about the main leisure and environmental resources.

Our range of activities are linked to a select type of hiking and take place in a healthy, exceptionally well-preserved natural environment.

Our highly qualified guides have carefully designed an interesting number of fun and educational itineraries, perfectly suited to all levels of fitness and ages. In addition to conventional paths, we now also include a range of new off-the-beaten-track itineraries, visiting the mountain range’s lesser-known and isolated locations.

To guarantee the safety of all our customers, we have a civil liability and accident insurance policy that is permanently in force. We are also registered in the Register of Tourism Service Providers of La Rioja (Authorization TA-LR-28).

These are our main activities:
-Active hiking tours around the hills of the Oja.
-Mycotourism.
-Botanical itineraries.
Observation wild fauna.
-Others: rental of mountain bikes, 4x4 routes, agrotourism, outdoor activities for schools, environmental event planning...
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Ezcaray

Silvestres promotes the values of ecotourism in the region of Alto Oja in La Rioja. Ecotourism is an alternative type of tourism, with a solid commitment to preserving nature and respecting the wellbeing of local populations.

Our guided tours and outings let you experience and enjoy the extraordinary nature that embellish the hills of La Demanda Mountain Range and its surroundings, and learn about the main leisure and environmental resources.

Our range of activities are linked to a select type of hiking and take place in a healthy, exceptionally well-preserved natural environment.

Our highly qualified guides have carefully designed an interesting number of fun and educational itineraries, perfectly suited to all levels of fitness and ages. In addition to conventional paths, we now also include a range of new off-the-beaten-track itineraries, visiting the mountain range’s lesser-known and isolated locations.

To guarantee the safety of all our customers, we have a civil liability and accident insurance policy that is permanently in force. We are also registered in the Register of Tourism Service Providers of La Rioja (Authorization TA-LR-28).

These are our main activities:
-Active hiking tours around the hills of the Oja.
-Mycotourism.
-Botanical itineraries.
Observation wild fauna.
-Others: rental of mountain bikes, 4x4 routes, agrotourism, outdoor activities for schools, environmental event planning...
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