Association of La Rioja campsites

A region full of contrast, whose beauty and variety are sure to make your stay a pleasant one.

La Rioja offers beautiful natural scenery and heritage trails. During your OTSÍÍ, you will be able to sample the exceptional quality of its regional dishes and the world-famous Rioja wine. Its regional festivals and traditions will give you the opportunity o discover the hospitality of this light-hearted and generous community. Its craftwork will give you the flavour of the crafts of old and an idea of the life of the people, whilst by visiting its monuments, you can travel through the history of this community.

La Rioja, a meeting point and crossroads, would like to give you a warm welcome and offer you all its treasures: the peace and tranquillity of its hidden corners, the animation and richness of its small towns and happy and memorable stay.

Leisure and free time

Leisure and free time

La Rioja gives the visitor a wide range of choices, from skiing in Valdezcaray resort to sailing and water sports on El Rasillo reservoir. Horse-riding is an option in almost every county, as is trekking. Canoing and fishing both take place in the Najerilla river. La Rioja gives...

Gastronomy

Gastronomy

La Rioja provides the visitor with everything they need to eat well. Excellent lamb and beef come from the Camerana Sierra, and the local trout is unbeatable. La Rioja Alta produces the wines that go with this exceptional variety of delicacies. Even the most demanding of palates...

Culture and Heritage

Culture and Heritage

La Rioja first became important during the Roman Empire due to Calahorra, Varea or Tricio. Santa María la Real de Nájera monastery was, for centuries, the pantheon of the kings of Navarre, and its rise lasted until the Renaissance. Cañas abbey is a fine example of French...

Traditional Festivities

Traditional Festivities

Festivals and traditions. There are festivals that remind us of the past, others have their base in Christianity or in regional rivalries, and the roots of still others are lost in the mists of time - such as the Clog Dance in Anguiano (22nd July), unique in Spain. All of this offers...

Way of St. James

Way of St. James

The Way of St. James or St. James' Way (Galician: O Camiño de Santiago, Spanish: El Camino de Santiago, French: Chemin de St-Jacques, German: Jakobsweg) is the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain, where tradition has it that...

Tourist Routes

Tourist Routes

One of the distinguishing marks of La Rioja's identity and its most important symbolic element is, without a shadow of doubt, wine. Not merely as a product and economic activity, but also as a social and cultural reference for an area in which an important part of the traditions....