The prestigious Repsol guide named this enclave as the best corner of Spain in 2014. Thanks to the enormous participation of the jarreros, this well-deserved recognition was achieved for this place with privileged views, which attracts more and more visitors.
"From this sanctuary there is a panoramic view that impresses all year round, but especially on June 29th, the day that the famous Wine Battle is celebrated in such an impressive setting.
From this sharp ridge you can see how the Ebro enters La Rioja, crossing the so-called Conchas de Haro (a natural channel that the Ebro has created in its wake), and winds through the vineyards like a drunken giant. The chapel stands on the Bilibio cliffs, six kilometres north of Haro, where there was first a Roman castle and then, at the end of the 5th century, San Felices, whose sober stone effigy crowns the hill, and his disciple San Millán, came to life in retreat. They could not have been closer to heaven".