Logroño holiday rentals
The northern city of Logroño in La Rioja was once a bustling medieval town, but is now a cultured and diverse holiday location for your ideal Spanish holiday with Casamundo. This city lies on the Ebro river and is a perfect example of a traditional Spanish settlement, giving you a real insight into the culture when you book a holiday villa or apartment.
You only need to look up to discover the real Logrono
There are many fantastic architectural treasures in Logrono itself. Logrono’s old quarter is one of its most popular attractions. The ‘Casco Antiguo’ is well known as a stop for pilgrims on their journey to visit the tomb of Saint James at Santiago de Compostela. The Gothic-style Santa Maria de Palacio is well worth a visit, as is the beautifully sculpted Romanesque front of Church of Saint Bartholomew. Then head down past the Parliament of the Rioja and you will find your way to the old town and one of the city's main squares. Situated here is the secondary cathedral Santa María de Redonda. To the north of the old town is the Church of Saint James (Iglesia de Santiago el Real). The city is an array of squares, narrow streets and hidden quarters.
Feed your mind and your stomach when you stay in Logrono
Wine and tapas and a great selection of Basque tapas bars line this region. In fact, Logroño is quickly gaining a culinary reputation to rival anywhere in Spain. Food – pinchos (Spanish tapas), wine Close to nature – really close to parks and mountains, out of the city and into the vineyards, catch glimpses of snow covered mountains. The Rioja is known for its good wines. Logroño is the economic and cultural center of the region and seat of some important bodegas. In addition to the cultivation of wine and vegetables in the fertile plain of the River Ebro, the position on the Way of St. James was and still is of great importance for Logroño.
Excursions from Logroño
Lograno is described as being off the beaten track, local and having a traditional vibe, providing tourists with an insight into the true Spain. Unlike Madrid or Barcelona, this place is still undiscovered by the masses. There are many interesting places around Logroño. For example, the castle ruins of Clavijo and the town of Navarette. There are also some great events throughout the year. In autumn, it is the San Mateo, wine and harvest festival. In June, there is the San Bernabe festival, celebrating withstanding a siege by French troops.
If you like going out and enjoying the nightlife, there are numerous bars and restaurants in the vicinity of Calle San Agustín at your disposal when you book a holiday home in Logrono. A great way to enjoy the wines of the Rioja and try some delicious tapas is to go out and get to know the locals and try out the local bars. As the trade center for wine in the La Rioja region, Logroño is known for its world-class Spanish wines and dining scene as well. Full of historic gardens, pretty Paseo del Espolón is the best place to join locals for the early evening stroll known as the paseo.