Located in the Ebro valley, Fuenmayor is a historical village made up of palaces and mansions that reflect its past and present wealth, based on the production of grapes and wine.


A wine-producing town

Fuenmayor is one of the most important wine-producing villages in the whole of the Rioja Qualified Designation of Origin (D.O.C. Rioja). At the end of the 18th Century the Castilian Royal Economic Society of Rioja Harvesters, better known as the Royal Board of Harvesters (Real Junta de Cosecheros) was founded here; in a certain sense, the embryo of the current Regulating Council of the Designation.

Palacio de la Real Junta de Cosecheros

En Fuenmayor existen multitud de bodegas, algunas tan conocidas como: AGE, Altanza, Montecillo, LAN, Finca Valpiedra, Marqués del Puerto

También es aquí donde Riojatrek realiza su Jornada de Enoturismo: una actividad de turismo participativo donde aprenderás y disfrutarás del vino de Rioja además de conocer una bodega tradicional de Rioja.

In Fuenmayor you can find a multitude of wineries, many of which are as well known as: AGE, Altanza, Montecillo, LAN, Finca Valpiedra, Marqués del Puerto

This is also where Riojatrek offers its Wine Tourism Experience: a participative tourism activity where you will learn about and enjoy Rioja wine, as well as discover a traditional Rioja winery.

What to see

About 3000 people live in Fuenmayor; a village that is worth discovering by wandering leisurely around its streets. The most representative sights are:

  • Parish Church of Santa María (16th Century, Renaissance)
  • Fountain of the Seven Spouts and the laundry area (19th Century)
  • Palace of Fernández-Bazán (18th Century, Baroque)
  • Palace of the Marquesses of Terán or of the Royal Board of Harvesters (18th Century, Baroque)
  • Cultural Center (16th and 17th Century)
  • The Chapel of Santo Cristo (17th and 18th Century, Baroque)

Palacio en la calle mayor de Fuenmayor

Where to eat

Fuenmayor stands out for its numerous and marvellous restaurants. To name just a few:

How to get there

  • By car: instructions on how to get to the centre of Fuenmayor (Church of Santa María).
    Address: Avenida de Cenicero 1, 26360.
    GPS Coordinates: 42.467 N, 2.562 W.
    This is the meeting point for our Wine Tourism Experience.
  • By bus (from the centre of Logroño: c/ Vara del Rey 8, next to the Banco de España)

    The bus journey takes about half an hour and costs around 1 euro.