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Wine tourism


Discover La Rioja’s most unique wine cellars, some over a hundred years’ old, others modern or family-run concerns. In La Rioja there are over 500 wine cellars which have covered the landscape with a spectacular view, combed with vines.

You can visit their facilities, see the fermentation and ageing of the wines and rouse your senses with a wine tasting. Discover the countless essences which make up the wine, naturally. A number of wine cellars open their doors to you to show you their secrets…

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Valdezcaray, ski station


Valdezcaray is La Rioja’s Skiing and Mountain Sports Centre, located 15 kilometres from Ezcaray, in the Sierra de la Demanda, on the north face of the peak of San Lorenzo (2.272 m.), part of the Iberian Massif.

26 slopes distributed over 21 km with 6 green slopes, 6 blue, 10 red, 2 black and 2 off-piste.

You can find other services where you can enjoy yourself while you are skiing, bar/restaurant, children’s paly area, ski school, hire and purchase of material.


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Route of the Monasteries


Explore La Rioja and discover one of our greatest legacies, the most attractive centres for cultural, religious and artistic tourism which make up the Route of the Monasteries. One of the most popular tourist destinations in La Rioja.

La Rioja is full of history and through its Monasteries you can visit lots of sites. If you want to find out about our history, click on the La Rioja Turismo link where you will be able to find more information.


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Golf in Cirueña


In La Rioja Alta, in Cirueña, you can find the Rioja Alta Golf Club. Over a million square metres and a par 72, 18-hole golf course. A wide range of playing conditions, 101 sand and grass bunkers make this a course suitable for players of all abilities.

The facilities comprise a club house, games area, restaurants, cafeterias, shopping mall, hire of clubs and buggies. Rioja Alta Golf Club also has a specialised, personalised golf school with a 280-metre long, 100-metre wide practice range, with two big platforms and enough tees for 60 players to practise at the same time.


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Landscapes of La Rioja


A true treat for the eyes, the landscape, the landscapes of La Rioja, combed with different coloured vines, bright red, yellow and tan in autumn, brown in winter and bright green in spring and summer.

From the Montes Obarenses and Sierra de Toloño, Sierras de la Demanda and Urbión mountains, the Sierra de Cebollera Nature Reserve, Los Cameros, the Ocón valley or the Biosphere Reserve of La Rioja
You can’t begin to imagine the photos you could take in La Rioja!

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Logroño Capital of La Rioja


Logroño is the administrative capital of La Rioja, the largest city in the Autonomous Region, wine and food capital

You can start your tour in the old part where you can find the Cathedral of la Redonda, gazing up at tits twin spires from the plaza del Mercado.
Visit some wine cellars, perfectly integrated into the city, or enjoy some of the greatest pleasures that the capital can offer you, its gastronomy.


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Rural Tourism


Every corner of La Rioja has something to appeal to the tourist. Wandering around small villages can be a delight. Which is your favourite village?

With every step you will change worlds without leaving this land.


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Camino de Santiago


The Camino de Santiago pilgrims’ way, First European Cultural Itinerary and a World Heritage site, is one of the most travelled tourist routes for visitors who want to discover the history, art and culture of La Rioja.

Since the discovery of the tomb of the Apostle Saint James in Compostela in the 9th century, this Route has served as a path for the interchange of new ideas, techniques, cultures and ways of life between the regions and villages it crosses.

Logroño is the meeting point of the French Route, which comes from the Pyrenees via Navarre and Aragón, and the Route of Saint James of the Ebro, following the Roman road from the Mediterranean coast, linking Tarragona and Astorga, passing through La Rioja’s former Roman settlements: Alfaro, Calahorra and Varea.

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