|Whole week:||800 €||---|
|Room / night:||50 €||50 €|
|Puentes y festivos(noche):||300 €||---|
|Semana Agosto:||1,000 €||---|
Aldealobos belongs to the Valley of Ocón together with La Villa, Pipaona, Santa Lucía, Los Molinos and Las Ruedas.
All of them are inside of the Mountain Chain La Hez that in 2003 was declared by UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve owing to its huge natural wealth.
The Valley of Ocón (653 m over the sea level) is an area of geological transition so in it we could find a big variety of fauna and flora, of the same way, big climatologic changes coexist along the year and differences among the seasons. So the deep part of the Valley is mainly built by marls and clays although we also find detritus rocks of sandstones and conglomerate.
The Valley Ocón is located between the Valley Ebro and the Mountain Chain la Hez, declared by UNESCO, World Reserve of the Biosphere owing to its natural wealth. So we are in a mountain landscape of soft slopes between 700 and 1338 meters high, so it will let to dominate a good part of the Ebro. The municipality of Ocón located between the Medium and Low Rioja, between Logroño and Calahorra is characterized for being built by six small villages that are: La Villa, Pipaona, Santa Lucía, Las Ruedas, Aldealobos and Los Molinos and the deserted village of Oteruelo. All these localities have not suffered big transformations during decades so it has let keeping a real rural attraction. The rich historical, cultural and archaeological heritage, next to the natural and landscape wealth let to the visitor enjoy the nature, wonderful views, leisure and camping areas in different ways and traditional ways of living.
The Valley Ocón, the Mountain Chain Hez, Archaeological Site of Parpalinas, The Castle of the Villa, etc…
Hiking, wine tourism, horseback riding, bike routes, paintball, multi adventure, climbing, gastronomic routes, mycology routes, paragliding, routes 4x4, quads, etc…