En route by the cameros in La Rioja

La Rioja is named after a wine, but it is not all vineyards. Part of this Autonomous Community is located on the slopes of the Iberian System, with summits that exceed two thousand metres.
In one of its valleys along the Iregua River, there is the New Camero, land of forests, pastures, summits and small valleys, where 13 towns with history, traditions and legends, grouped centuries ago under the denomination of Hermandad de las 13 villas (Brotherhood of the 13 Villas) are located.

It is a territory with an important landscape heritage, in which the colours change throughout the seasons, from the winter white to the bright green of spring and to the reddish and ochre autumn shades.
The river lays out this space, from its source in an area that reminds us of the glacial environments of the Pyrenees, to the cliff of the Peñas de Viguera (Rocks of Viguera) and Islallana, where the mountain door opens into the valley.
We invite you to visit this region with history, to breathe its landscape, to enjoy its colour, to live with its people and to taste its products, convinced that it will surprise and make a mark on you.

Villages and Landscapes of the Camero Nuevo. La Rioja