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Culture and heritage Festival fun

Explore our towns and villages, you’ll find Community festivals, parties and
a wealth of cultural and heritage sites gastronomy events, many of which have
around every corner. Enchanting villages, been declared of tourist interest, jostle for
medieval towns, monuments, castles, space in the wine routes calendar from
museums, archaeological sites, January through to December. And don’t
monasteries, historic and artistic forget the Grape Harvest festivals, where
complexes... A never-ending list of wine is the star attraction.
attractions awaits you.



Business and meetings

Are you travelling in a group? With your
company? Do you want to hold a product
launch in a fantastic winery? Are you
looking to offer an incentive to your sales
team? You can have all your working
meetings in wineries and themed hotels,
combining the professional side of things
with an attractive series of leisure options.

Pazo Baión. Photo: The Rías Baixas Wine Route
Nature, sport and health

Wine landscapes are all different too, each
route is unique for its colours, its aromas
and its flavours. Nature Parks, mountain
ranges, wetlands, Biosphere Reserves,
beaches, bird watching areas, hiking trails
and viewpoints for enjoying the
countryside and all it has to offer, as well
as a range of sporting activities. If you
want to pamper yourself, why not take
some time out in one of our spas and try a
wine therapy treatment.
Royal Palace at Olite, Navarra
Photo: The Navarra Wine Route
Photo: The Garnacha – Campo de Borja Wine Route
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