With its beautiful rolling landscapes, medieval hamlets and exquisite wines, La Rioja is considered Spain’s Tuscany. Boutique wine hotels and luxurious wine estates designed by celebrated architects; combined with wine experience makes it arguably the most famous, and celebrated wine region of Spain.
The wine country is subdivided into three regions-: Rioja Alta, where most of the oldest wine castles are located in and around Haro.Rioja Alavesa, which also belongs geographically to the Basque Country, and is home to some of the prettiest hamlets like Laguardia and Samaniego and finally Rioja Baja, further southeast, a larger, more arid region whose main hub is Calahorra.
Wine and gastronomy hotel Palacio Tondon in the heart of La Rioja, overlooking the vineyards and mountains is a wonderful base to explore the region. Discover the 16th century cellar combined with wine tasting and discover the landscape while horse riding or on a hot air balloon flight. The small medieval villages are full of history and rich cultural heritage.
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