Arnedo is situated approximately 150 miles (241 kilometers) northeast of Madrid, the national capital, and approximately 80 miles (129 kilometers) southeast of Bilbao.
Don't limit yourself to Arnedo; La Rioja has an abundance natural and man-made attractions just waiting to be explored. You'll find Aguilar del Rio Alhama, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the north, and Marcilla 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the west.
If you're staying in Arnedo, experience Logrono. Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) away, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you can find San Bartolome Church, Santiago el Real and Museo de la Rioja. Bodega Darien and Concatedral Santa Maria de La Redonda are some of the other attractions that should be on every traveler's to-do list.
La Rioja is blessed with some beautiful monasteries, guaranteed to impress both atheists and believers.
Cool off in the region's beautiful waterways and enjoy popular watersports such as swimming or wind surfing. Make the most of the area's most popular winter attractions. Both locals and travellers enjoy skiing here. Snowboarding is also popular.
The food enjoyed by locals is an integral part of any culture and a wonderful way to get to know a region. Cheese and fish are regularly used here. Two regional specialties to order are menestra de verduras (vegetable stew) are bacalao a la riojana (rioja style cod). To finish your typical local dining experience, be sure to order peras al vino (pears in wine).
At the end of your adventure in Arnedo, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Adiós."