Discover the wine capital of Spain

Exclusive wine holiday itinerary in Rioja, Spain

A visit to Rioja means tasting at award-winning wineries representing both tradition and
innovation. You will discover the wine capital of Rioja, Haro with its "Barrio de La Estación" and charming medieval village of Laguardia.

Theme
Exclusive Experiences
Duration
Multiple days
Groups
Yes

This is only an example of a wine holiday package in the wine region of Rioja in Spain. Our wine tours are entirely tailor-made to suit visitors' preferences and can be shorter or longer depending on their needs. Please contact us to design your own bespoke wine tour. These are just some ideas to help you get inspired.

Fully-customizable 3-day Rioja itinerary

Day 1: Haro

Arriving to Bilbao international airport, we will transfer you the charming town of Haro where you can choose among some nice hotels. Our choice is Hotel Los Agustinos. After check-in, some relaxing time to discover this small village where you can breathe wine everywhere.

Day 2: Barrio de La Estación

When you are ready to start your wine experience, walk down to visit the Barrio de La Estación. Seven wineries will wait for you.

Our choice for your first day are Bodegas Muga and Goméz Cruzado.

Bodegas Muga is located in the historical Barrio de La Estación (railway station district) in Haro. The facilities are two centuries old, built mainly of stone and oak.

A trip through the wine world is always a cause for surprise and a chance to learn. Discover the imposing wooden tanks, the calmness of the aging rooms, the heat and smell in the cooperage and take part in a unique experience.

Day 3: Haro

This day you can try some other wineries in Haro, like Bodega Ramon Bilbao, not in Barrio de la Estación but with a very interesting 360º virtual experience.

Or why not a tour around the wonderful landscapes of Rioja vineyards and admiring also the architecture of Ysios, Marqués de Riscal, Viña Real, entre otras.

We propose you to have lunch at Hospedería de los Parajes in Laguardia.

After lunch enjoy a nice walking tour around this charming walled town with its famous arcade:

The first piece of art we can see inside the church is the extraordinary front of “La Virgen de los Reyes” (The Kings' Virgin) whose building, made of sculptured stone, dates from the end of the 14th century, although its polychromy belongs to the end of the 17th century. It is made of stone and it consists of a double Gothic arch that is sharply pointed, forming five archivolts, all of them profusely decorated.

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