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Alfaro is located in the region of La Rioja, in the north of Spain, washed by the waters of the Ebro and Alhama rivers. Stroll down the town centre and discover churches and palaces with centuries of history, witnesses of the ancient splendour of the area. Visit the Abbey and Abbey Palace (18th century), and San Miguel Collegiate Church, a Baroque masterpiece from the late 17th century. The archaeological site in Eras de San Martín is also worth visiting, as is the Ninfeo Romano, a Roman water system.

Besides, Alfaro has an incredible colony of storks, the world's largest stork nesting on one single building. Over 400 storks have chosen San Miguel Collegiate Church for building their nests. Watching this number of storks flying through the air is an unforgettable experience. If you like going on outings, don't forget to explore Sotos del Ebro Nature Reserve, as well as Mount Yerga. Furthermore, during the San Roque celebrations in mid August, the town fills with fun and music for several days, together with parades of "giants and big-heads", bullfights, cultural events and cuisine competitions, amongst other activities.


Who hasn't heard of the famous wines from La Rioja? This spanish region has over 500 wineries and is known worldwide for the quality of its wines. A visit to this region offers not only wine tasting, but also a range of activities which take place in and around the extensive vineyards, including horse-riding, riding a balloon, ATV routes and much more.

This region is also closely linked to the Camino de Santiago, or St James's Way, the famous pilgrim route. Apart from the capital of the region, Logroño, you can explore many other places, such as Santo Domingo de la Calzada and its cathedral. Do not forget to visit San Millán de la Cogolla, with Suso and Yuso monasteries, granted the World Heritage Site status by the UNESCO and known for being the place where the very first words in Spanish were written.

Culture and wine blend in an unparalleled combination in La Rioja. And, of course, there are the natural landscapes and attractions. Here you will find Mediterranean forests, high mountain ranges, lunar landscapes… Come see it with your own eye.