ROUTES AND TRAILS

HONDON TRAIL   (HIKING)

TRACK

 

PROFILE

 

 

  • Distance: 10,26 km
  • Trail : Circular
  • Accumulated elevation gain: 126m.
  • Maximum altitude: 490m  Minimum altitude: 440m
  • Difficulty: low.
  • Trail sign: (signposted in metal sheet)

 

 

 

Description:

 

The Hondón route is a circular route that begins and ends at the “Plaza de la Paz”, in the historic center of Haro. Following the posts that mark the route we will not have any difficulties. This hiking route, which is also ideal for Nordic walking, takes us first of all to stroll through the “Barrio de la Estación”, where most of the centennial wineries of Haro are located. The peculiar architecture of the wineries is worth admiring. After leaving the station quarter  we will walk along a rural path that takes us into the place known as Hondón (also called Tondón), which is a meander that forms the Ebro river as it passes through Haro. Here we will enjoy the authentic landscape of vineyards that define the wine environment of our region. An environment that fills the senses at any time of the year; the austerity of the bare winter vines, the freshness of spring shoots and the aromas of wild plants that line the paths, rockrose, thyme, fennel, lavender … The resounding splendor of leafy vines in summer and in autumn, the ripe fruits and, after the harvest, the thousand shades of autumn colors. The route soon becomes a dirt road, a parcel, used by farmers for work in the vineyards. During the route we will find some points of interest that are marked with posts and QR codes. From them, being in elevated areas, we will be able to discover different views of the entire environment of the Rioja Alta, and enjoy a vivid and ever-changing picture of one of the most beautiful landscapes in Spain, candidate for Intangible Heritage of Humanity of the Unesco. Note: respect the environment and the vineyards. Some of the paths are private.

 

Points of interest:

  • Remains of a medieval tower  (out of the route, path with some difficulty) vinculo a documento “Torre de la Estrella”
  • Vineyard shelter and necropolis; vinculo a documento “Chozo y necrópolis”
  • Celtic temple (out of the route, easy path) vinculo a documento “Santuario de Peña Redonda”
  • Viña Tondonia castle;
  • Medieval Bridge.

 

Chozo and Necrópolis del Perdigón

 

Chozo or guardaviñas (vineyards guard)  is a simple field construction typical of the area since the 19th century. These stone constructions have a solid base with a truncated cone shape without mortar. Its main function was to offer refuge to the vintners who worked in the nearby vineyards.

 

 

 

Chozo´s side view and surroundings. Fotograph by Darío Traspaderne Larrea.

 

 

Near the chozo, on a limestone rock platform, there is the medieval necrópolis of “Perdigón”,  a repopulation  necrópolis formed by aprroximately five tombs, which make up a small group compared to other similar ones such as that of “Santa María de la Piscina” (Peciña, La Rioja).

 

 

 

Tombs aerial view.

Frame of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFFwK6eYZi0&t=12s

 

 

Necropolises of this type were very common between the 10th and the 14th centuries AD, the tombs are anthropomorphic and there were coverd with a stone slab. They are of various sizes, both for adult and younger individuals.

 

References: De Boüard, Michel; Riu, Manuel; I Castanyer, Inmaculada Ollich. Manual de arqueología medieval: de la prospección a la historia. Teide, 1997. https://vinosybodegasderioja.com/enoturismo/que-son-chozos-guardavinas/

 

 

 

Celtic temple of Peña Redonda

 

 

At the top of one of the hills that define the topography of the Hondon meander, there is a solitary rock surrounded by vineyards, it is called Peña Redonda.

 

View of Peña Redonda. Fotograph by Jesús Ángel García Gamarra

 

It is believed that it could have been used in antiquity as a ritual temple by one of the Celtiberian peoples who inhabited the area, specifically the Berones, Vascones or Pelendones, among others.  Although no archaeological studies have been conducted as such, some amateur studies, although not conclusive, can serve as a guide to point out this natural accident as a posible sanctuary, some of the evidences are:

 

 

  1. The location of the temples in a prominent natural site, such as a rock, a tree or a river, is very common among Celtic peoples.
  2. The existence of some marks in the rocks that could have been made by human hands, such as:
  3. Some access stairs to the top of the rock.
  4. Multiple holes at the top, which may have been formed by natural action of erosion, or have been made by human action, forming several bowls for ritual use.
  5. A possible concavely sacrificial pile, drilled at one end, next to a small pool, where the sacrifice would be deposited.
  6. The existence of a mark on a vertical surface to the right of the stairs with a wave shape, which has been intended to be interpreted as a moon or bird symbol, closely related to death.

 

Pile view. Fotograph by Jesús Ángel García Gamarra

 

 Mark. Fotograph by Jesús Ángel García Gamarra

 

References: Duque, Angel Montenegro. Colonizaciones y formación de los pueblos prerromanos (1200-218 a.C). Editorial Gredos, 1989. https://santuarioceltibero.jimdofree.com, page of the study made by Jesús Ángel García Gamarra.

                        Star Tower

 

 

These remains of an old fortified tower are placed on the top of the hill that stands out over the Briñas Bridge, whose origin is possibly late medieval (S. XIII AD) and it is closely linked to the bridge. Its main function would be to monitor the entire surrounding area and the bridge itself, where the guard posts were located.

 

Front view of the ruins of the tower. Photograph by Darío Traspaderne Larrea.

 

Its name comes from its last remodeling during the Carlist wars (19th century AD) when its eight-pointed star-shaped plant was remodeled, as reflected in the plans drawn up in 1834.

Finally, after the destruction in 1842 of the castles of La Mota (Haro, La Rioja) and that of Santa Lucía (Ocón, La Rioja) it was occupied by the Haro police force until they left it on an uncertain date.

 

 

 

Complete plan of 1834, with the tower on top.

Source: http://fresno.pntic.mec.es/~josa0000/puentebrinas/plano.htm

 

 

 

Reference documents: Sáenz Rodríguez, María. Haro Histórico. El patrimonio artístico de la ciudad de Haro. Universidad de La Rioja. Herrero, Jorge Sáenz. Bienes de Interés Cultural, patrimonio de toda La Rioja. Belezos: Revista de cultura popular y tradiciones de La Rioja, 2015, no 29, p. 78-85.

 

 

References: Duque, Angel Montenegro. Colonizaciones y formación de los pueblos prerromanos (1200-218 a.C). Editorial Gredos, 1989. https://santuarioceltibero.jimdofree.com, page of the study carried out by Jesús Ángel García Gamarra.

 

 

 

HE VALLEYS ROUTE (BICYCLE)

TRACK

 

PROFILE

 

 

  • Distance: 29,190km
  • Trail: Circular
  • Accumulated difference in altitude: 278m.
  • Maximum altitude: 610m Minimum altitude: 445m
  • Technical difficulty: low-medium.
  • Trail sign: (signposted in metal sheet)

 

 

 

 

Description:

 

Beautiful route that runs through the northern part of the region, between the Obarenes Mountains and the River Tirón. The route begins in the Plaza de la Paz, in the historic center of Haro, strolls through the city to go north after crossing the bridge over the River Tirón. It runs along a paved road towards San Felices, pay attention to take the track of land in the “Cuervo”. From here we ride along a dirt track, parcel roads that are used for field work. The road goes up and down, comes and goes, between vineyards, cereal fields, wild areas and some pine groves. Attention to the indications of places of interest (Chozo and Lagar Rupestre), which give us an idea of ​​the antiquity of vine cultivation in this area. A few kilometers later we will reach to an intersection that indicates the possibility, if we have time and strength, to extend the route (4 km round trip) to the right to reach the fields of San Felices de Bilibio, a place declared the most beautiful corner of Spain in 2014, and the place where the famous Battle of Wine is held every year. It is worth walking up to the Ermita del Santo to be amazed by breathtaking views of the Ebro valley and the city of Haro in the background. Once you get back to the route, we head west, and the track runs smoothly between the foothills of the Obarenes mountains and the vineyards, surrounds Villalba de Rioja and continues up and down between vineyards, until it connects to a wider and more comfortable track, a place Ideal to take a breath and admire again the views of the vast fields of vines gliding smoothly to the horizon. We continue riding along this wide track until we reach the town of Sajazarra, we can rest a bit, refresh ourselves and stroll through the gardens that surround the castle. Special attention to the point where the route follows, which is right next to the entrance arch of the town. We change the orientation, we ride east to return to Haro, the path takes us little by little towards the River Tirón, always surrounded by vineyards. When we get to the river, the track is a little more complicated, due to the potholes and stones that force us to go slower, but it allows us to enjoy the sounds of the water and the shade of the trees on the riverbank. When we get back to Haro, we once again join the road along which we started the route and after going up the last slope of our trip, we again reach the Plaza de la Paz, where we can have a well-deserved aperitif in any of its terraces.  Good route!

 

 

 

Note: respect the environment and the vineyards. Some of the paths are private.

 

 

Points de interest:

  • Chozo; vinculo a documento “Chozo y necrópolis”
  • Stone winepress; vinculo a documento “Lagar rupestre Cubillas”
  • San Felices Hermitage; vinculo a documento “Ermita de San Felices”-
  • Sajazarra castle; vinculo a documento “Castillo de Sajazarra“-

 

 

Chozo de Cubillas

 

Chozo or guardaviñas (vineyards guard) is a simple field construction typical of the area since the 19th century. These stone constructions have a solid base with a truncated cone shape without mortar. Its main function was to offer refuge to the vintners who worked in the nearby vineyards, as well as to store occasionally the farm tools.

 

Chozo frontal view. Own source

Source: Pastor, Luis Vicente Elías. El paisaje del viñedo en La Rioja: cruce de miradas. Berceo, 2014, no 167, p. 39-60.

 

 

Stone winepress of Cubillas

The stone winepresses are small centers for grape pressing and wort processing located in the open air, carved on the multiple limestone and sandstone platforms that dot the landscape of La Rioja. The vast majority are dated from the 10th century AD on, although all dating has been done through references in ancient texts (the oldest being from 959 AD) or through stratigraphic correlation with the surrounding necropolis

Stone winepress general view. Own source.

Generally there are two types of winepresses, ones for grape pressing and others for grape treading, the main difference between them is that the pressing ones once had a wooden press, with its corresponding structure. Those of this type are usually located in places where the terrain allows the structure to settle on a wall.

 

The second type, and the oldest ones, are the winepresses, which do not require any structure other than the stone to perform their function, being the farmers themselves who would tread the grapes to extract the wort. Taking that winepress as an example, we can say that they are made up of a treading pool (the largest pool), channels or pipes through which the wort would circulate, and finally a settling basin, where the wort would be left to rest and would be collected.

Winepresses and surroundings view. Own source.

Sourec: Arqueología, Labrys. Los lagares rupestres de San Andrés (San Vicente de la Sonsierra). Belezos: Revista de cultura popular y tradiciones de La Rioja, 2012, no 19, p. 20-25.

 

 

The Hermitage of San Felices

 

The Hermitage of San Felices is situated at the top of the Bilibio cliffs that make up the Haro shells, next to the Buradón cliffs. These cliffs have been a special place of worship since ancient times, developing various religious centers in the vicinity such as the Cueva de Páceta (Álava), or the Monastery of Herrera (Herrera, La Rioja).

 

 

The fortification “Castro de Bilibio” had been inhabited since the First Iron Age (7th-5th century BC), and there is also some evidence of contact with the Romans, such as the remains of Hispanic terra sigilata (ceramics) in the remains of some fortifications, some references to “Baelibio” in the nearby hermitage of San Bartolomé (Angostina, Álava), and the existence of a Roman road in the vicinity of Bilibio that communicated the Ebro valley through La Rioja to Burgos.

 

 

 

According to the tradition, San Felices (6th century AD) retired to pray to the cliffs of Bilibio. During this period as an anchorite lived San Millán with him, to initiate himself as an anchorite in the year 493. Finally, San Felices died in 520 and was buried in one of the caves of the mount itself, where he rested until 1090 when his remains were transferred to the San Millán Monastery and some of his relics were preserved in the church of Santo Tomás in Haro . The first hermitage consecrated to San Millán was erected in Haro itself, but the current one was built in 1710 just where the anchorite’s first resting place was located.

 

References: Mayoral, Mª P. Pascual, et al. La cueva de Páceta: Castro Bilibio (La Rioja)– ¿Un oratorio rupestre? Antigüedad y cristianismo, 2006, no 23, p. 719-737. Bodegas, Pablo Díaz. En torno a la traslación de San Felices de Bilibio, patrono de Haro. Berceo, 1992, no 123, p.31-47

 

 

 

Sajazarra castle

 

This castle was built with sandstone masonry in the second half of the 15th century, where before was a small fortified house and possibly a church because of the tombs founded, next to the moat, in the small square in front of it, although now they are covered, in the past they formed a necropolis (possibly) from between the 9th and 12th centuries.

Castle frontal view with the current church on the left.

Source http://www.nikonistas.com/digital/foro/topic/379662-castillo-de-sajazarra

 

 

Great strategic situation, since the road from Haro to Miranda passed under its north wall, in the highest area of ​​the town. The outer enclosure has a rectangular floor plan, except for the northwest corner that joins the “torre del homenaje” (Homage tower). The perimeter is guarded by 7 circular towers, 4 in the front area and the other 3 in the back, in addition to a triangular spur in the center of the east side wall. The two towers that flank the main door would have the family’s coat of arms, of which there is a rectangular visible gap today.

 

The Homage tower, where the warden’s residence was located, has a rectangular floor plan with octagonal towers at the corners.

Most of the defense systems are preserved in this building, such as machicolations, arrow slits, embrasures and battlements. It had four floors divided by wooden floors, judging by the holes in the walls that would supported the original structure.

 

References: Valgañón, José Gabriel Moya. Notas sobre Sajazarra medieval: urbanismo, cerca, fortaleza. Brocar. Cuadernos de Investigación Histórica, 1990, no 16, p. 93-144

Old road from Haro to Miranda.

Source: https://www.larioja.com/comarcas/201706/10/aquel-camino-detras-castillo-20170609235803-v.html

OTHER PATHWAYS YOU CAN ENJOY…

 

EBRO GR 99 NATURAL TRACK (STAGE 13) – HARO – BRIÑAS – BRIONES – SAN VICENTE (HIKING AND BICYCLE)

The Ebro GR 99 Nature Trail begins in Fontibre (Cantabria) and ends in the Garxal Lighthouse (Tarragona). This route runs along the entire bank of the Ebro river and has a total length of 1280 km.

This stage of the GR 99 begins in Haro, crossing the medieval bridge of Briñas, Briones and ending in San Vicente de la Sonsierra. During this stage through La Rioja Alta, in addition to enjoying the grandeur of the Ebro river, the vineyard landscape is the main protagonist. The route is perfectly signposted, the marks are two white and red horizontal bands respectively.

Link – https://www.mapa.gob.es/es/desarrollo-rural/temas/caminos-naturales/caminos-naturales/sector-noreste/ebro/etapa13/default.aspx

 

OJA – TIRÓN GREEN ROUTE (HIKING AND BICYCLE)

 

The route is divided into two stages. The first section runs along the old railroad tracks for 26 km from Ezcaray to Casalarreina, crossing Santo Domingo de la Calzada; and the second one from Casalarreina to Haro through 12 km on a conditioned road.

Link – https://www.larioja.org/medio-ambiente/es/senderos/vias-verdes/red-vias-verdes/via-verde-oja

 

RIOJA ALTA WINE TRAILS (RIOJA ALTA WINE ROUTE)  – (HIKING AND BICYCLE)

Link – https://www.rutasdelvinorioja.com/descargas/

 

TRAIL NETWORK OF THE GOVERNMENT OF LA RIOJA

Link – https://www.larioja.org/medio-ambiente/es/senderos

HARO AND SURROUNDINGS

MONUMENTAL HARO– OPENING HOURS

      

BASÍLICA VIRGEN DE LA VEGA, Bretón de los Herreros, 2.

Monday to Saturday: From 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. and from 05:00 p.m. to 07:00 pm.

Sunday: from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

 

 

MUSEO VIRGEN DE LA VEGA, Parque Manuel Anzuela. (behind the basilic)

CLOSED

 

IGLESIA SANTO TOMÁS, Pza. Iglesia s/n

Tuesday: from 05:00 p.m. to 074.30 pm.

Wednesday to Sunday: From 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 05:00 p.m. to 07:30 pm.

 

 

MUSEO DEL TORREÓN, C/ San Felices, 2. Tel. 941303409.

Tuesday to Saturday: 11:00 a 02:00 p.m /06:00 p.m. to 09:00 p.m

Sunday: 11:00 a 02:30 p.m

MONDAY CLOSED.

 

HARO TOURIST OFFICE, Plaza de La Paz.

Tel. 941303580

turismo@haro.org

www.haroturismo.org

Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m to 02:00 p.m and 05:00 p.m. to 07:00 pm.

Monday and Sunday: 10:00 a.m to 02:00 p.m.

 

 

VISIT MONUMENTAL HARO

 

 

We begin the walking tour of Haro starting from the Tourism Office, located in the Bendaña Palace opposite the “Plaza de la Paz”.

On the right hand side of the Tourist Office, at the beginning of Navarra Street (the street that descends), you will find the only existing remains of the walls that defended the City of Haro since the 12th century: the arch of San Bernardo and the “Tower of Prisoners” abandoned in the fifteenth century. This space has been recovered and restored as the Torreón Museum (9), a section of the Museum of La Rioja that exhibits the collection of Contemporary Art by those authors of our community who have achieved several prestigious institutional awards.

On the left hand side of the Tourist Office, we find the most important civil work of our City, the Town Hall of Haro (6), from the 18th century,  work of King Carlos III.

Going up Santo Tomás street (the one, next to the Town Hall, that goes to the Church ), we enter La Herradura (3), a traditional area known for its bars and restaurants where you can taste the Riojan gastronomy along with the best fine wines of Haro.

At the end of the street, we find the Church of Santo Tomás (4). Built in a florid Gothic style, it was declared National Historic-Artistic Monument in 1931. Climb the stairs on the left side of the Church, (or go up the slope bordering the Church). At the top,  we turn left tthe end of the street  and we will arrive at the viewpoint “La Atalaya”, from where we can contemplate one of the best views of Haro and also the emblematic Barrio de la Estación, the winery district (1). Leaving the “Plaza de la Paz” along “Virgen de La Vega” street, we find, on the left, the neoclassical building of the Bank of Spain, 20th century. Next to it, the old Convent of San Agustín, 16th century (8), currently converted into a Hotel – Restaurant and the “Breton de los Herreros” Theater.Continuing on the same street and crossing the landscaped promenade “Jardines de la Vega”, we come across the Basilic of Our Lady of La Vega (2), patron saint of Haro, built in ashlar, masonry and brick and that every September 8th celebrates its festivity. Along the way you will see numerous palaces (7), a sample of Haro’s economic strength since the 18th century and which gives our city a elegant aspect.

Haro has numerous WINERIES available for your to visit, spread over the city. In order to visit a winery it is necessary to make a prior reservation. It is also possible to taste their wines by visiting the Wine Bar that each one has.

In the Historic Center we find the winery – cellar of TERETE´s Restaurant; RAMÓN BILBAO is located in Avenida Santo Domingo. MARTINEZ LACUESTA is located in Paraje Ubieta (direction Logroño) and finally in the largest concentration of Centennial Wineries in the World, the well-known Barrio de La Estación (1) we find:: MUGA, BODEGAS BILBAINAS, GOMEZ – CRUZADO, RODA, LOPEZ DE HEREDIA, LA RIOJA ALTA S.A. y CVNE.

 As bathing areas we have the Municipal Swimming Pools located in the “Ferial” area, and the natural bathing area located in the Viano recreational area (15).

HARO  AND SURROUNDINGS

 

ERMITA DE SAN FELICES (8 km)

 

Declared Best Corner by the Repsol Guide in 2014.

From this sharp ridge you can see how the river Ebro enters La Rioja, crossing the so-called “Conchas de Haro” (a natural channel that the river Ebro has been creating in its path), and meanders among the vineyards like a drunken giant.

The hermitage stands on the “Riscos de Bilibio”, 8 km north of Haro, where first was a Roman castle and later, Saint Felices, whose sober effigy in stone crowns the hill, retired to pray with his disciple Saint Millán at the end of the 5th century; “they could not be closer to heaven“.

 

From this sanctuary there is a panoramic view that impresses throughout the yearbut especially on June 29, the day that is celebrated the famous Battle of Wine.

 

 

BRIONES (10 km)

It is part of “The most beautiful towns in Spain” Society. In addition, it has a maze of medieval streets and there are many buildings of interest, which is why the town was declared a Historic Artistic Site in 1973. Attention should also be drawn to the Ethnographic Museum of “La Casa Encantada” and the Vivanco Museum of Wine Culture.

 

BRIÑAS (5 km)

The stately villa has numerous large houses built in the 17th and 18th centuries. Like Haro, the life of the inhabitants of Briñas has revolved around the production of wine. It is worth noting the Briñas Bridge reaching Haro, built in the 13th century and repaired in the 15th.

 

CASALARREINA (7 km)

It is located in the northwest of the province. It is worth stopping to visit the Monastery of Our Lady of La Piedad, in Catholic Kings and Plateresque style, a historical-artistic monument that was founded in 1508. The “Plaza de la Florida”, a large square with a central kiosk, houses most of the monuments of the village. Also remarkable is the Church of San Martín. The town has numerous ashlar houses with coats of arms and palaces such as the “Palacio de los Pobes” (S.XVI) and “Palacio de los Condestables de Castilla” (S.XVI).

 

CUZCURRITA DE RÍO TIRÓN (12 km)

Ancient fortified village with great importance in medieval times with its historic center full of large houses in ashlar masonry. The Church of San Miguel (S. XVIII), was declared a National Monument in 1978. Also remarkable is the imposing castle of Velasco (S. XV).

 

SAJAZARRA (12 km)

It is part of “The most beautiful towns in Spain” Society. Surrounded by vineyards and cereal fields at the foot of the Obarenes mountains, it has the typical defensive medieval layout  on a hill with perpendicular streets. It has a castle-palace (S.XV), one of the best restored in La Rioja, an impressive wall (S.XIII), a medieval arch (the only one that remains of the four it had) and the Church of the Assumption with remains from the Romanesque to the classicism (XII century). In addition, it has an urban complex built or renovated in stone.

 

SAN VICENTE DE LA SONSIERRA (12 KM)  

At the foot of Toloño Mountain we find this town with a monumental complex that is worth visiting. Knowing the inhabitants, it is appreciated the importance that it had during the Middle Age as a border fortress between Navarra and Castilla.

 

Vendimia en los viñedos de Viña Tondonia

WINE TOURISM

WINERIES OF THE STATION DISTRICT

 

LÓPEZ DE HEREDIA

 

 
Tel.: 941310244.  Guided tours prior  appointment.

Small groups 8 pax.

Children over 9 years old are allowed.

 

WINE BAR:

Previous booking. Monday to Friday  from 09:00 a.m. to  6:30 p.m.

Sunday CLOSED.

BODEGAS BILBAÍNAS

 

 
Tel.: 610486893 – 941310147. Guided tours prior  appointment.

Children over 9 years old are allowed.

 

WINE BAR:

Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

MUGA

 

 
Tel.: 941306060. Guided tours prior  appointment. Online booking

Children over 12 years old are allowed.

 

WINE BAR:

Tuesday to Saturday from 09:00 a.m. to 02:30 p.m. Monday and Sunday CLOSED.

*Terrace Bar #MugaExperience: Monday to Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 02:30 p.m.

RODA

 

 
Tel.: 669776564. Guided tours prior  appointment. Children over 9 years old are allowed.

* The wine tasting of the winery tour will take place outdoors. At the entrance to the visit, temperature control, hand cleaning, mask, and safety distance. Upon arrival, ring the bell at the black fence.

 

WINE BAR:

From Monday to Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 03:00 p.m. Sunday from 10:00 a.m. 02:00 p.m.   Thursday CLOSED.

* It is not located where it usually was, you must ring the bell at the black fence.

 

GÓMEZ CRUZADO

 

 
Tel.: 941312502. Guided tours prior  appointment. Visit at 10:00 a.m.

Children over 9 years old are allowed.

WINE BAR:

Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.

RIOJA ALTA S.A.

 

 
Tel.: 941310346.  Guided tours prior  appointment.

Online booking.

Children over 9 years old are allowed.

WINE BAR:

Monday to Saturday from 08:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m. Sunday CLOSED.

CVNE  
 

Tel.: 941304809. Guided tours everyday prior  appointment.

Workshops for children during the visit.

 

WINE BAR:

Monday to Saturday from 09:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m. Monday CLOSED.

Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m.

* Possibility of previous booking.

 

AVENUE OF SANTO DOMINGO

 

RAMÓN BILBAO

 

 
Tel.: 941310316.

Guided tours prior  appointment. Online booking.

Children over 9 years old are allowed.

 

WINE BAR:

Monday to Saturday from 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.

Sunday from 09:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m.

*Tapas Bar: Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. Sunday from 11:00 a.m.  02:00 p.m.

 

MARQUÉS DE CARRIÓN

 

 
Tel.: 649537334   No visits

 

WINE BAR:

Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m.

 

 

PLACE OF UBIETA (Direction to Logroño)

 

MARTÍNEZ LACUESTA

 

 
Tel.: 941310050 / 653 81 41 23
reservas@martinezlacuesta.com
Guided tours prior appointment. Only Saturday. 

WINE BAR:

CLOSED

 

HISTORICAL CENTRE

 

TERETE

 

 
Tel.: 941310023.

Guided tours prior appointment.

Everyday at 12:00  p.m. and 08:00 p.m.