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    • — Cycle through the heart of the famous Rioja wine region alongside vineyards and along quiet country lanes. — Visit the UNESCO World Heritage monasteries of Suso and Yuso. — Spend a day on the Pilgrim route; El Camino de Santiago. — Visit the celebrated vineyards of Vivancos with its wine museum and Marques de Riscal.
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    Arrival in Logrono

    Arrive in Logrono, the capital of la Rioja, a small but vibrant city with a beautiful historic city centre and excellent restaurants and pinchos/tapas bars. Soak in the atmosphere with a fabulous glass of Rioja. Stay at the Hotel Gran Via Husa in Logroño , B&B

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    Logrono to San Millan de la Cogolla

    After a short transfer to the start of your cycle route and the handover of bikes you'll ride along a section of the long distance pilgrim route El Camino de Santiago before reaching the beautiful town of San Millan de la Cogolla where you will stay for the night. Here, you can find the twin monasteries of Yuso and Suso, both registered as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Stay at the Hostería Monasterio de San Millán in San Millán de Cogolla with B&B

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    San Millan de la Cogolla to Ezcaray

    Perhaps take another chance to visit the monasteries in the morning before continuing on an easy cycle through rolling countryside to the historic town of Ezcaray, ful of charm and original architecture and set in the foothills of the impressive Sierra de la Demanda mountains. Stay at the Hotel Palacio Azcárate in Ezcaray, with B&B

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    Ezcaray to Haro

    Gentle cycling today along a dedicated cycle lane, away from any traffic. Coffee stops in Santo Domingo de la Calzada and Casalareina will reveal two rich historic and artistic towns well worth exploring, before arriving in Haro, the capital of wine production in the Rioja region where you will stay for 2 nights. Stay at the Hotel los Agustinos in Haro, with B&B

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    Circular route Haro

    There will be chances to visit wineries in Haro in the morning and evening, but today you can ride a delightful loop amongst vineyards to take in the essence of this rich region, Follow the route to reach the beautiful town of Briones where you can visit the Wine Museum of the Vivancos vineyard and then onto Labastia and back to Haro. Alternatively you could use this day to rest from cycling and visit some of the vineyards that Haro is so famous for. Stay at the Hotel los Agustinos in Haro, with B&B

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    Haro to Laguardia

    Today you cycle along the river Ebro amongst the vineyards, to reach the beautiful hilltop town of San Vicente de la Sonsierra, which was built as a 10th century fortress overlooking the Ebro. Then enjoy the quiet country roads taking you through colourful landscapes until you reach the beautifully preserved medieval walled town of Laguardia which is perched on a hill top with commanding views below. Take the opportunity to explore the ancient churches with their baroque paintings. Stay at the Hotel Posada Real de Migueloa in Laguardia, with B&B

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    Laguardia to Logrono

    Soon after leaving Laguardia, you come to the town of El Ciego, famous for its Marques de Riscal vineyard and its spectacular building designed by architect Frank Gehry. You rejoin the river Ebro on winding country roads which take you back to Logroño. Stay at the Hotel Gran Via Husa in Logroño , with B&B

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    Leave Logrono

    Depart Logrono after breakfast or why not treat yourself to an extra night or two to enjoy Logrono or to visit Bilbao and the Guggenheim Museum?

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