Haro has various areas which allow us to come into contact with nature in all its splendour. There are more urban areas available, such as the parks which lie within the city, or areas on the outskirts where you can enjoy the fresh air.
An area for strolling and enjoyment for young and adults alike. As soon as the weather allows it, it becomes a place to meet up where you can take a quiet stroll, sit and enjoy the scenery and even have a drink at the open air bar.
With spectacular views of the entire area, this area has picnic tables and you can climb up to the viewing point crowned by the figure of St Felices, the patron saint of Haro.
Next to the gardens are swings and other playground equipment for younger children to enjoy as well as a pond.
Located on the road from Haro to Anguciana. With an area of 5000 m2, it has picnic tables and a fountain called El Moro in homage to Musa II, the Moorish ruler. It is a place not to be missed on September 11th, in the traditional country “Jira” of the Our Lady of the Vega fiestas.
Built in the “El Mazo” Residential Area, this is located next to the sports area of the same name. It has a lake and plenty of space to enjoy the open air.
A large green area with playground games and magnificent views of the river and old railway line, located in Avenida Diputación.
On the route to Anguciana by to the Santo Domingo Halt. We can enjoy a pleasant stroll through the park and even walk on to the river Tirón and the Fuente de la Salud Fountain. We can also see the route which the Railway, known as El Bobadilla, used to follow between Haro and Ezcaray until 1964.
Located on the route to Anguciana, just after the Fuente El Moro Park and Vista Alegre. The river Tirón passes very close by. There are picnic tables and barbecue areas.
On the road to Zarratón. It has swings and slides, picnic tables and a pond with ducks.
A place paying tribute to Tubía and Santamaría painters where we can find two sculptures as a recognition for their artistic labour.