The Rioja wine region borders southern Navarra, Castilla y Leon and the Basque Coutry and offers visitors not only fine Rioja wines, interesting wine museums and grand dining, but also stunning scenery, prehistoric archaeological findings, medieval towns and fine Riojan manor houses. Gently lying along the Ebro riverbank and extending to the southern slopes of the Cantabrian Mountain range, which protects it from severe northern cold, the micro-climate that the Rioja wine region enjoys makes it a privileged area for producing wine that has earned it its well-deserved fame.
Towns and villages like Laguardia, Samaniego, Brinas, Logrono and Haro are good bases to explore wineries from. Additionally, the region offers many picturesque villages and towns, as well as historic castles and monasteries; many of which lie along the great pilgrims' road that leads to Santiago.
Below please find a selection of the accommodation we offer in this area. Click on the Parador Code or symbol for photographs and detailed information about each property.
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