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Añana Salt Valley
Añana Salt Valley

Álava is a land rich in traditions and exciting landscapes. One of the province’s lesser known, but more fascinating treasures is Añana Salt Valley, a place where history, nature and culture combine to create a unique, extraordinarily well preserved setting. The valley has been recognised by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System since 2017, making it the only place with this distinction in all of Europe.


The Añana Salt Valley’s history dates back more than 7,000 years. The valley has been a salt production hub since the Bronze Age, leveraging salt water rising up out of underground springs. For centuries, Añana salt was a valuable and essential good in everyday life.


One of the most notable aspects of the Salt Valley is its traditional salt mine architecture. Here you’ll find an intricate network of terraces and dams handcrafted by generations of workers. The architecture in the valley is a living testament to humankind’s skill and creativity for centuries.


The process of producing salt in the Añana Salt Valley is an ancestral tradition that has not changed over time. In spite of the technological advances, the majority of this process is done by hand, preserving the essence and authenticity of the salt production in this unique place.


The Salt Valley is not just a historical site, but also a natural sanctuary. The presence of salt water creates a unique habitat for the valley’s endemic species, making it a source of biodiversity.




Salt Valley Experiences

Visiting the Añana Salt Valley is much more than an excursion. Here are a few experiences to try on your next visit.



Guided Tours

Explore the secrets of the Salt Valley with local experts and learn about the history of the valley and its salt production process.



Tastings of Local Cuisine

Try Añana salt at a gourmet tasting and discover how this special salt brings local dishes’ flavours to life.



Salt Spa

One of the most unique experiences available in the Salt Valley, where you'll be able to experience the benefits of brine.


Visiting the Salt Valley is a journey to the past and an enriching experience for history buffs and natural beauty lovers. Discover this hidden treasure and immerse yourself in the fascinating history of salt while enjoying the unique experiences the valley has to offer.

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Vitoria-Gasteiz Medieval Market
Vitoria-Gasteiz Medieval Market

The Vitoria-Gasteiz Medieval Market from 29 September to 1 October offers visitors the chance to travel back in time to the ambiance, trades and activities of the Middle Ages. Immerse yourself in the city's past with a market comprising more than 200 artisan stalls with live demonstrations of their crafts.


Blacksmiths, carpenters, metalsmiths, glass blowers, bakers and coopers recreate an old market in which today as in the past, Christians, Muslims and Jews peacefully coexist.




The market is full of handicraft stalls, where you’ll find all sorts of items, from artisanal jewellery and medieval clothing to wooden toys and leather goods. It's the perfect place to find special gifts and authentic keepsakes.


You’ll also find a wide variety of food stalls with delicious traditional artisan foods like doughnuts, talo corn flatbreads and candied nuts.


You’ll be able to find these catering stalls in Plaza de la Burullería, Plaza de Santa María, Etxauri Car Park and Plaza de Eskoriaza-Eskibel.


Outdoor performances


You’ll also be able to enjoy street performances, as the market is rounded out with theatre, juggling, puppet shows, live music and fire dancers livening up Vitoria-Gasteiz’s medieval quarter. The market also has a kids’ space with shows, games and workshops for kids.


If you’ve got the opportunity to visit Vitoria-Gasteiz in September, don’t miss the Medieval Market with its delicious food, authentic craftsmanship and fascinating entertainment. Come and join the fun in this celebration of the city's medieval history and culture!

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Discover Álava by motorbike
Discover Álava by motorbike

Want to discover Álava in a unique way? Today we’ve got four different routes for motorbike riders to enjoy magnificent natural landscapes and gain a deep understanding of the culture and cuisine of our province.

These four routes are designed for motorbike riders and they mostly follow well-paved country roads with little traffic and amazing views. Read on for the details on these itineraries, totalling 700 kilometres and a whole lot of curves.


To the south at a leisurely pace

Starting in the town of Egino and ending on the provincial border with Burgos at Miranda de Ebro. With a total of 104 kilometres passing through places of interest like Aizkorri-Aratz Natural Park, Ullíbarri-Gamboa reservoir and its interior beaches, the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz with all of its marvels (Green Route, Medieval quarter, Santa María Cathedral, palaces, etc.), the Añana Salt Valley, where you can discover one of the oldest salt mines in the world.


To the north at a leisurely pace


Totalling 152 kilometres, this route starts in southern Álava and ends in Llodio. Along it you’ll have the opportunity to visit spots like Rioja Alavesa and its Medieval towns, enjoy the winding roads and views of Herrera pass, admire the walled town of Peñacerrada and discover the green valley of Ayala.


Valleys, Plains and Mountains


This is the longest route with a total of 261 kilometres. It starts and ends in Vitoria-Gasteiz and runs through the Santa Catalina botanical garden, Varona Tower, Nervión falls, Gorbeia and Izki natural parks and the towns of Agurain and San Vicente de Arana. A route surrounded by nature that is sure to delight.

Castles and wine


Finally, we’ve got a 181-kilometre circular route starting and ending in the capital of Álava, Vitoria-Gasteiz. This route delves into the Mountains of Vitoria, allowing you to discover Ocio and Portilla castles, follow the Water Route, which snakes along the Inglares river, past Herrerías falls, and then arrive at the wineries and vineyards of Rioja Alavesa. It is a place to enjoy the renowned wineries of Marqués de Riscal and Bodegas Ysios, designed by Frank Gehry and Santiago Calatrava. After finishing the route, you can return to Vitoria-Gasteiz via the Bernedo pass and Labraza.


A great way to see Álava on a motorbike and take in all its natural and cultural wonders.

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Unique spots in Rioja Alavesa
Unique spots in Rioja Alavesa

Rioja Alavesa in certainly one of the most magical places in Álava. Its villages teeming with culture and history make it an essential stop any time of year. Vineyards, routes, wineries and museums are just a taste of everything offered by this wonderful destination. Although choosing just one thing to do here is impossible, here are a few ideas: 

Dolmen Route

One of the most well-known itineraries in Rioja Alavesa is the Dolmen Route, featuring no less than eight different dolmens. Dolmens are megalithic structures made more than 6,000 years ago that have become a tourist and cultural attraction. The route can be done both by car and by bike.

The dolmens you’ll find along the way are: Montecillo, Sotillo, San Martín, Layalza, Alto de la huesera, Chabola de la Hechicera, Encinal and Los Llanos. Each one has a different distinctive feature that will pique your interest in the time period.

Winery tours

The most popular thing to do in Rioja Alavesa is visit its famous wineries. The infinite number of walks surrounded by vines make the landscape of Rioja Alavesa a unique place you’ll never want to leave. There are renowned wineries including Marqués de Riscal designed by architect Frank Gehry and Bodegas Ysios by Santiago Calatrava. You can also visit traditional wineries like Valdelana and Solar de Samaniego. They all offer guided tours to see how the wine is made and participate in tastings. Bookings should be made in advance. Many of them also offer meals with a menu paired with their wines and even the option of spending the night at the winery. It’s a must if you visit Rioja Alavesa.

Visit its Medieval towns

If you’re looking for a more relaxed activity in Rioja Alavesa, wandering its towns might be just what the doctor ordered. Elvillar, Labastida, Leza... And, of course, the most well-known: Laguardia and Elciego.

Laguardia conquers the hearts of all its visitors with its Medieval features preserved for more than 1,000 years, its walls and its doors that transport you to this small town’s past. Wandering its Medieval streets and stopping at its bars to try the various wines of the area is one of the most commonly repeated activities for visitors.

Elciego is home to the famous Marqués de Riscal, combining winegrowing tradition with the Avant-garde, luxury and technology of the 21st century. Get lost in the town's picturesque streets packed with palaces and visit architectural sites like San Andrés church and Virgen de la Plaza hermitage.

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Artziniega, so much more than a Medieval town
Artziniega, so much more than a Medieval town

Artziniega is among the most picturesque towns of Álava. A Medieval town north-east of Álava surrounded by stunning landscapes with great environmental value. Over the last few years, it has become one of the most visited towns in this part of Euskadi thanks to its natural and cultural richness.

Simply wandering the inviting Medieval streets of its centre will take you back to another time. One of the most popular activities here is wandering the old quarter, which was named a Historical Site. While wandering its streets, give its delicious cuisine a try. Its cheeses, charcuterie, cider and txakoli white wine will get you ready to continue your journey.



Photo: Artziniega


The town is considered the entryway to the Ayala Valley, a great place to relax and unwind. This makes it the perfect place for travellers looking to discover the absolute serenity of a rural Basque village. Many are drawn to the surrounding nature, including the Artziniega waterfall, a great spot to enjoy the outdoors and take a dip in the summertime. 

You can also visit the Artziniega Ethnography Museum, a renovated historical building with temporary exhibits and cultural performances in its outdoor amphitheatre. It’s a place where you’ll be able to see different ways of rural and urban life of this region. If you’re also looking for a fun way to spend some time with kids, try to find all 47 coats of arms in the façades of Artziniega.

This old quarter is one of the best preserved in the Basque Country. Given the forests and mountains to explore, it's the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts.

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Rioja Alavesa Dolmen Route
Rioja Alavesa Dolmen Route

Our ancient legends speak of witches and spells, and dolmens have a magical aura making these megalithic constructions totally unique. Dolmens served as mass graves between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age, containing some personal belongings of the people buried in addition to offerings.  

Álava is home to more than 70 dolmens, many of which are located in Rioja Alavesa, where this cultural route takes place. A stroll among these constructions is a journey through the history of the region. Interestingly, the word dolmen comes from Breton and means ‘table of stone’, clearly in reference to their shape, as they are comprised of enormous vertical slabs and one or more horizontal stones covering them.



Dolmen Route
This route goes through part of Rioja Alavesa from west to east, following the road from Labastida to Laguardia. If you take it in search of the oldest remains of its inhabitants, you’ll find unique spots where each stone tells a story.

1. La Cascaja Dolmen
You’ll find the first construction 500 metres from the town of Peciña. This grave contained craniums and bone fragments from more than 31 people in addition to animal remains and materials like pots and arrowheads.

2. El Montecilloko Dolmen
On the way to Villabuena, you’ll find a dolmen was altered by looting and use as a place to store stones. It was once 3 metres tall. Excavations led to discoveries of human bones and ceramics.

Dolmen de El Montecillo



3. Layaza Dolmen
Get back on the N-232 toward Laguardia. Close to the intersection with Leza on the right and Vitoria-Gasteiz on the left, you’ll find the Layaza Dolmen. When it was discovered in 1955, it had lost the roof slabs and the corridor was hidden by dirt and stone. The monument as we see it today is the product of a 1988 restoration project.

Dolmen de Lazaya



4. El Sotillo Dolmen
Continue toward Laguardia and you’ll find a sign leading to the next stop: El Sotillo Dolmen. It has been restored, but previously only six of its 13 slabs were visible. Although the burial mound remains, you can tell that it has been flattened. When it was discovered, 13 bodies were found in addition to a magnificent funeral offering.

Dolmen de El Sotillo



5. San Martin Dolmen

Very close to Laguardia, you’ll find one of the most important dolmens in Álava. Excavations revealed two different levels of use divided by a slab. The older, lower level contains most of the burials and characteristically Neolithic objects. The upper level contained a single cadaver with a funeral offering characteristic of the Copper Age.

Next to the grave there is a small hut or guardaviñas common in the traditional rural architecture of Rioja Alavesa, covered by a corbel dome made of rocks taken from the dolmen's burial mound.

Dolmen de San Martín



6. Alto de Huesera
Just before Laguardia, at the intersection leading to Elvillar, you’ll find Alto de la Huesera. This dolmen was recently restored. The remains of 130 people were found inside. Some consider it to be the best dolmen in Rioja Alavesa.

 Alto de la Huesera



7. La Chaboleta de la Hechicera
When you reach Elvillar, you’ll find the most well-known dolmen in Rioja Alavesa, and one of the most important in Euskadi. There are all sorts of legends about it, including the legend of its namesake, which tells of a witch’s chants on the morning of Saint John's Day. It’s the perfect setting for the Basque mythology, magic and witchcraft that its coven celebrates every 14 August for Rioja Alavesa Charm.

La Chabola de La Hechicera



8. El Encinal Dolmen
On the road to Kripan, you’ll find El Encinal Dolmen. Six of its seven slabs remain standing. A remarkable Roman cameo notably appeared in a large pit dug in the centre of the chamber for an unknown purpose.

Dolmen de El Encinal



9. Los Llanos Dolmen
Following the road to Kripan, you’ll find the last dolmen on this route. It no longer has its roof slab, but its burial mound is still in tact as well as six large standing slabs. Skeletal remains of 100 people were found inside, in addition to tools from the time period.

Dolmen de los Llanos


In addition to these ancient dolmens, La Hoya Settlement, Celtíbero Pond and Alto de Castejón Archaeological Site are a few historical sites that tell the history of Álava.  These constructions tell us that in the distant past, Álava was the chosen home of different peoples who left their mark on this land, a place with a remarkable past.


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The most romantic and tragic side of Vitoria-Gasteiz's façades
The most romantic and tragic side of Vitoria-Gasteiz's façades

Today we wander the streets of Vitoria-Gasteiz with a very special viewpoint. A viewpoint full of love, of passion. We are going to find remarkable corners that, many years ago, were witness to stories of love and loss. The passionate romantic meetings and tragic moments behind some of the city's most characteristic palaces. 




‘La malquerida’ of San Miguel

Very close to the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca, in Calle Correría, there is a nook next to the door to the Church of San Miguel known as ‘La Malquerida’. Many know its name, but few know its history. To discover it, we have to go back to the year 1520 when Margarita de Saluces y Foix requested asylum after leaving her cruel and conflictive husband, the Count of Salvatierra. Since then it has been known as La Malquerida. 




The indiscretion of José Bonaparte


Coming up to Calle Fray Zacarías, there is another of the palaces that hides numerous stories behind its façade, Montehermoso Palace. In this case, it tells us the love story of Joseph Bonaparte, the Napoleon's older brother, who established his Court here in 1808. During the Battle of Vitoria, Bonaparte maintained nights of passion with noble ladies and servants, and finally conquered the wife and maid of the Marquess of Montehermoso.



The patio of good love


A few metres away is the Escoriaza-Esquível Palace, built in the 16th century at the order of Fernán López de Escoriaza and Victoria de Anda y Esquivel. Inside, Escoriaza wanted to make a romantic gesture for his wife depicting love stories on the medallions on the columns in the patio. On the exterior, the busts of the couple still guard the venue, demonstrating their eternal love and affection.



The Casa del Cordón and its tragic history


Let's go into Calle Cuchillería and up to the Casa del Cordón. This building gets its name from the Franciscan stone beading around one of its doors and is also noteworthy for its incredible stellar vault. Very few know the tragedies that the Sánchez de Bilbao family experienced there.  One of the most tragic stories was the death of the youngest daughter of Juan Sánchez de Bilbao, who died at the hands of her ruthless husband.



The eternal look of lovers


Beyond the medieval quarter lies the Augustín Zulueta Palace, currently the Fine Arts Museum. In 1912, the couple Elvira Zulueta and Ricardo Augustin built what was, at the time, the best house in the city. The wife, Elvira, lived little more than a year in that mansion. After her death, her husband decided to leave the city, but the palace railings still preserve a reminder of their love with busts of the couple gazing at each other.

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Connect with your artistic side in Vitoria-Gasteiz...
Connect with your artistic side in Vitoria-Gasteiz...

Do you feel like some cultural activities? Discover exhibitions, talks, workshops, film reels, meetings and concerts in the Montehermoso Cultural Centre in Vitoria-Gasteiz. In the medieval quarter, it has large naturally lit spaces perfect for cultural events at the heart of the city.


Its diverse areas allow visitors to directly share the sophisticated work that the authors aim to transmit, ensuring they connect with each of the works exhibited.

The Montehermoso Cultural Centre's programme includes talks and meetings with the artists and the teams that make up the works and projects.


Awaken your passion for photography, reading or painting with various introductory workshops offered in the space. These options also include the well-known Zinema Gaur, where you can enjoy a variety of non-mainstream cinema.


On numerous occasions, the centre has hosted acclaimed music groups and artists. Through concerts and conferences, it has brought music to the people who wish to enjoy this marvellous artistic expression.


Discover the numerous contemporary culture options in Vitoria-Gasteiz... and enjoy the different activities available to you. Find yourself through art!




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Tres planes para conocer Laguardia
Tres planes para conocer Laguardia

Nos encontramos antes uno de los pueblos más bonitos de Álava, situado en pleno corazón de la Rioja Alavesa. Debido a su arquitectura medieval, su parte amurallada y sus bodegas, Laguardia se ha convertido en uno de los lugares más visitados de la zona. Si tú también tienes pensado venir a pasar unos días por aquí, te contamos los mejores planes:



Visita a una bodega


Si hay un producto que diferencie a Laguardia del resto de pueblos de Álava, es sin duda el vino. Por lo que ir a visitar una bodega de la zona es el plan por excelencia de la mayoría de las personas. Muchas de ellas cuentan con visitas guiadas con opción a una cata de vino y algunas de ellas también, con opción a comida. Algunas se encuentran en el casco antiguo, por lo que es perfecto para conocer un poco más el pueblo y quedarse por allí una vez termine la visita. Pero hay muchas otras, se encuentran a las afueras rodeadas de un precioso paisaje de viñedos.



Lagunas de Laguardia


Si prefieres una ruta de senderismo, el paseo por las Lagunas de Laguardia es perfecto para tí. Esta ruta nos permite visitar el Biotopo Protegido del Complejo Lagunar de Laguardia, protegido a nivel mundial.  Es uno de los principales atractivos naturales de la localidad debido a la gran cantidad de aves  y vegetación que podemos encontrar. Está formado por cuatro humedales: Carralogroño, Musco y Carravalseca y Prao de la Paúl. Hay rutas señalizadas para senderismo y para  ir en bicicleta que permiten recorrer toda Rioja Alavesa. De hecho, una de las mejores opciones es recorrer la Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa , una de las actividades más conocidas de Laguardia.



Poblado de la Hoya


Para los más curiosos, el Poblado de la Hoya puede resultarles una opción muy interesante. En el siglo XV a.C., este poblado fue el principal núcleo urbano de lo que hoy conocemos como Rioja Alavesa. Ahora, el Poblado de la Hoya o el Museo de la Hoya nos muestra la forma de vida de aquella época. Este museo se divide en dos apartados: por un lado se encuentra el centro de interpretación, donde se puede encontrar información sobre el yacimiento arqueológico excavado durante el siglo XX y por otro podemos encontrar los restos del poblado donde podrás conocer la arquitectura de las casas y las calles del pueblo.


Gracias a muchas investigaciones, se llegó a la conclusión de que este poblado había sido asaltado e incendiado, algo que marcó el fin de este núcleo urbano y dio paso a lo que ahora conocemos como Laguardia.

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Parque de Salburua en Vitoria-Gasteiz
Una Semana Santa llena de aventuras en Álava

Las cuadrillas alavesas nos ofrecen un sinfín de actividades para disfrutar de una Semana Santa llena de experiencias. Descubre Álava, un territorio lleno de vida, historia, tradición y cultura gastronómica.





¿Te apetece vivir de cerca el milenario oficio de pastor? El caserío Atxeta Gaztade Oleta en Aramaio te da la oportunidad de realizar una visita guiada y conocer la elaboración del queso de Denominación de Origen Idiazábal. Degusta sus productos, conoce a los perros pastores y a la oveja latxa.

Visitas: 14 y 17 de abril a las 12:00hrs. Atxeta Gazta. Oleta – Aramaio.

Información y reservas: 615 742 783


Si eres más de un buen vino, pon a prueba tus sentidos con una cata de vinos y un exquisito maridaje en la cata de vino internacional de la vinoteca Arlobi Aterpe Berezia de Zuia. Un viaje alrededor del mundo. 

Visitas: Del 14 al 18 de abril a las 19:30h. Vinoteca Arlobi Aterpe Berezia de Zuia.

Información y reservas: 639 904 712


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Experiencia Pastor por un día en Gorbeialdea



Llanada Alavesa


Visita la villa amurallada de Agurain y pasea por su casco histórico conociendo la historia que conserva entre sus muros.

Visitas guiadas: 14, 15 y 17 de abril a las 13:00hrs. Salvatierra - Agurain.

Reserva: En la oficina de Turismo Comarcal de Llanada Alavesa o 945 30 29 31.

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Descubre las singulares pinturas de la Iglesia de Alaitza y pasea hasta las puertas de la Iglesia de Gaceo por el Camino de Santiago a su paso por Álava.

Visitas guiadas: 14, 15, 16, 17 y 18 de abril a las 11:00h. Salvatierra - Agurain.

Reserva: En la oficina de Turismo Comarcal de Llanada Alavesa o 945 30 29 31.

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Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción de Alaitza





Del eremitorio al monasterio, una visita guiada por las maravillosas Cuevas de Corro y la Iglesia de Tobillas. Arte, historia, cultura y naturaleza de la mano de uno de los mayores tesoros históricos de Álava.

Visitas guiadas: 16 de abril a las 11:00hrs. Oficina de Turismo de Valdegovia.

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Cueva eremítica en Villanueva de Valdegovia - Tobillas



Rioja Alavesa


Rioja Alavesa nos propone disfrutar de la cultura del vino esta Semana Santa a través de experiencias donde vivir su cultura centenaria, viñedos, paisajes, arquitectura, gastronomía y sobre todo sus gentes. Entra en Visit Rioja Alavesa y descubre todo lo que Rioja Alavesa tiene para hacerte feliz.

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Bodega Solar Viejo en Rioja Alavesa



Cuadrilla de Ayala


Descubre las imponentes montañas de Sierra Salvada sobre el Valle de Ayala. Un paisaje que nos traslada al pasado a través de construcciones como las loberas, usadas antiguamente para cazar. Un lugar lleno de historia y tradición además de una vista increíble

Planifica tu escapada aquí

Macizo montañoso de Sierra Salvada




Montaña Alavesa

La visita a los miradores astronómicos de la Montaña Alavesa es el plan perfecto para los más curiosos y románticos. Son 8 los miradores que se reparten a lo largo de todo este territorio. Sus vistas y paisajes son increíbles, un fenómeno celeste que disfrutar al atardecer y al anochecer.

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La capital alavesa es una escapada perfecta para esta Semana Santa: naturaleza, museos y la mejor gastronomía. Recorrer el casco medieval, declarado Conjunto Monumental es conocer la historia de la ciudad. Ven a descubrir una Vitoria-Gasteiz, una ciudad sostenible llena de propuestas para disfrutar en familia. 

Consulta aquí las diferentes actividades para esta Semana Santa

Parque de Salburua en Vitoria-Gasteiz


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Álava, un paraíso natural en FITUR 2022
Álava, un paraíso natural en FITUR 2022

Del 19 al 21 de enero, Álava estuvo presente en la Feria Internacional de Turismo - FITUR  de la mano de la Diputación Foral de Álava y el Departamento de Turismo, Comercio y Consumo del Gobierno Vasco, enseñando al mundo todos sus atractivos turísticos.


‘Álava, paraíso outdoor’

Fitur comenzó con la presentación de la nueva propuesta de turismo al aire libre, ‘Álava paraíso outdoor’, treinta planes y rutas para explorar y descubrir el entorno natural e histórico que ofrece nuestro territorio. Una apuesta clara por un destino turístico seguro y responsable con el medio ambiente que nos rodea. Las diferentes rutas se organizan en cinco capítulos: parajes de postal, lugares con historia, escenarios con banda sonora, caminos para perderse y parques naturales de Álava. En donde destacan espacios tan espectaculares como el túnel de San Adrián, Nuestra Señora del Oro, la ruta del agua de Berganzo, la Sierra de Entzia y el Parque Natural de Valderejo, entre otros.


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Helena Resano, Diego Losada y Manu Sánchez, embajadores del FesTVal 2022

Los tres reconocidos periodistas pusieron en valor la naturaleza, el patrimonio y la gastronomía de nuestro territorio, así como el potencial de Vitoria-Gasteiz y Álava como referente audiovisual.

Helena Resano, Diego Losada y Manu Sánchez están ligados a la provincia por su vinculación con el Festival de Televisión de Vitoria-Gasteiz (FesTVal), Diego Losada fue el presentador de la gala de clausura en la pasada edición. También por haber participado en distintos eventos en la ciudad, Manu Sánchez ha tomado parte en la carrera 'Ponle freno' de Vitoria-Gasteiz. Helena Resano destacó por su parte de Vitoria-Gasteiz la variedad de paisajes dentro de una misma ciudad.

Un altavoz inmejorable para dar a conocer los atractivos turísticos de Álava.

Álava en Fitur 2022


Gorbeia Bira Bike Tour

La cuadrilla de Gorbeialdea  también se trasladó a Madrid para presentar el ambicioso proyecto ‘Gorbeia Bira Bike Tour’: una ruta de unos 100 kilómetros para bicicletas de montaña que circunda el conocido Parque Natural de Gorbeia. Pistas, caminos y senderos son los protagonistas de un trazado preparado para todos los ciclistas que quieran disfrutar de la zona.

Descarga aquí el itinerario, los servicios disponibles en la ruta y los tracks.

Gorbeia Bira Bike Tour


Visit Rioja Alavesa y enoconocimiento: la propuesta de valor de Rioja Alavesa

La Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa presentó el portal de comercialización de experiencias  ‘Visit Rioja Alavesa’, el campus enogastronómico y una propuesta por el turismo inclusivo. Una potente oferta en enoturismo, que abarca desde las experiencias en bodega hasta programas de formación especializada para profesionales del sector.

Visit Rioja Alavesa


Aplicación ‘La Florida de Gala V-G’

Vitoria-Gasteiz y el parque La Florida también tuvieron su espacio en Fitur con la presentación de la aplicación móvil ‘La Florida de Gala V-G’, dedicada al emblemático parque de la capital alavesa. La app busca dar a conocer la belleza y la historia del parque, que recientemente ha cumplido 200 años. Incluye un juego de pistas, un tour virtual de 360º y la opción de poder visitarlo con gafas 3D.

Aplicación ‘La Florida de Gala V-G’ en Fitur 2022



El chef Diego Guerrero, el entrenador Pablo Laso, el patinador Patxi Peula y el actor Fernando Albizu también estuvieron presentes en la feria de turismo defendiendo el potencial turístico de nuestro territorio. Destacando señas de identidad tan importantes como son: la amplia y variada oferta deportiva, la exquisita gastronomía y los eventos y actividades culturales.



Ver galería fotográfica del photocall de Álava Turismo en Fitur 2022

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Planes para celebrar San Valentín en Álava
Planes para celebrar San Valentín en Álava

Se acerca San Valentín y el amor está en el aire. El 14 de febrero se convierte en la excusa perfecta para preparar esa escapada romántica que tenéis pendiente. Sin duda, la ocasión ideal para salir de la rutina diaria y recorrer Álava con la mejor compañía posible.

Estos son algunas ideas. Toma nota.


Paseo en bicicleta

La naturaleza es uno de los sellos de identidad de Álava y que mejor que recorrerlo en bicicleta. En la comarca de la Llanada Alavesa se aúna la historia con el entorno natural, como sucede en el Camino Real de las Postas, un recorrido ideal para conocer dando pedales a dúo. Desde Arbulu o Audíkana hasta llegar a Mendíjur, para poder observar desde los miradores la fauna de las colas del embalse de Ullíbarri-Gamboa.


Gorbeia a caballo

Disfrutar de los paisajes del Parque Natural de Gorbeia a caballo es un plan fuera de lo común y perfecto para regalar. Una experiencia adecuada para todos los niveles que te permitirá familiarizarte con conceptos como doma vaquera, enseñanza de caballos, pupilaje…


Vuelo en parapente

¿Y descubrir en pareja los cielos de Álava? Los vuelos en biplaza son la forma más fácil, rápida y segura de experimentar el parapente por primera vez. Una experiencia para disfrutar a vista de pájaro de los impresionantes paisajes de Sierra Salvada. Tendréis el mundo a vuestros pies.



De ruta por el Camino Ignaciano

El Camino Ignaciano recrea el viaje que realizó Ignacio de Loyola en el año 1522 desde su localidad natal hasta la ciudad catalana de Manresa. Una ruta que puedes hacer en diferentes etapas y compartir en pareja.


Amor entre viñedos

Si lo vuestro es el enoturismo, la Ruta del Vino de Rioja Alavesa tiene infinidad de planes para conocer y disfrutar de la cultura del vino con los cinco sentidos: visitas a bodegas, rutas con bicicleta eléctrica, catas a ciegas, taller de enología, rutas de senderismo…


De ruta por Vitoria-Gasteiz

Recorrer nuestra capital es siempre un acierto: Historia, gastronomía, cultura, naturaleza…tienes multitud de rutas que van desde la Vitoria-Gasteiz medieval hasta la Vitoria más moderna y ‘green’.


Descarga el catálogo ‘Respiros para enamorados’ con planes para disfrutar en pareja

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