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Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers



  • Cidacos valley. La Rioja

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Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers


Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers


Location and municipalities

Municipalities

La Rioja (La Rioja)

Aguilar del Río Alhama, Ajamil, Arnedillo, Cabezón de Cameros, Cervera del Río Alhama, Cornago, Enciso, Grávalos, Igea, Jalón de Cameros, Laguna de Cameros, Munilla, Muro de Aguas, Muro en Cameros, Navajún, Préjano, Rabanera, Robres del Castillo, San Román de Cameros, Soto en Cameros, Terroba, Torre en Cameros, Valdemadera, Villarroya, Zarzosa


Biosphere Reserve of the valleys of the Leza, Jubera, Cidacos and Alhama Rivers


Description

These rivers have carved out the valleys, canyons and gorges that await you on your visit to La Rioja. But there's more: dinosaur tracks and archaeological sites. Points where we recommend you visit with your camera: the Garganta del Leza gorge (with a drop of 500 metres), the rock beds of the Peña del Jubera peak and the forests of beech and gall oak. What animals can you find there? You'll be able to see colonies of griffon vultures. The best place for this is the Arnedillo observatory. What's on offer in the Biosphere Reserve? The area is known for the quality of its waters, so a good plan is to head for a spa. Besides villages such as Arnedillo and Enciso, you can also visit the Celtiberian remains of Contrebia Leukade.

  • Biosphere Reserve certification