Cihuri is a lovely and quiet village surrounded by extensive vineyards that produce excellent Rioja wine. It's very close to the wine capital of Haro (7 km), and its charm lies mainly in its peacefulness. It's an ideal for a weekend
A perfect excuse to get up early on a Sunday morning, especially if the weather is beautiful. I’d never been up in a hot-air balloon before and the sensation was indescribable. It’s calming when you’re up there floating over the towns
This Wine Interpretation Centre functions as part of the Tierra Abierta exhibit in Haro. The exhibit housed there, which offers a retrospective of the history of photography and optical effects, is tremendously interesting, especially
Dedicated to the patron saint of Haro, this basilica was supposedly built in the 10th century, after the image of the Virgen de la Vega arrived in the city. The present church, which is Baroque and has three naves, is the result of
With an independent entrance on the side of the Basilica de Nuestra Señora de la Vega, you’ll find museum dedicated to the patron saint of Haro: la Virgen de la Vega.
The museum, which is free to the public, gathers together the
It’s worth visiting this hotel if only to see the cloister. Located in an old convent with seven centuries of history, the central cloister is adorned with a vaulted, crystal ceiling. The avant-garde decoration contrasts with the
The Oja Sport company is in the Rioja town of Haro and is principally engaged in the development of sports tourism in the region. It aims to present the history of the region and its origins. Given the great diversity of landscapes
Another of the activities we did in Haro was a 4x4 route through the countryside. The itinerary was cool. First, we went between the vineyards to see the vines up close.
The most surprising part was that we had hardly gone 5km and