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Lapuebla de Labarca

  • Lapuebla de Labarca
  • Church of  Nuestra Señora de la Asunción

Lapuebla de Labarca

Located on the bank of the River Ebro, Lapuebla de Labarca is situated in the south of the historical territory of Alava, in the Cuadrilla de Laguardia-Rioja-Alavesa. Based on a craggy area called "El Risco" (The Crag), the name of the area owes to a boat that once crossed the affluent river. When we arrive in the village, we'll be amazed by the beauty of the old part of the town, with its Renaissance-style houses and, on the facades, several coats of arms very well preserved. As in many other areas of the Rioja Alavesa, the parish church of the 16th century is dedicated to Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. The Town Hall stands in the very centre of the town, a relatively new building with a coat of arms carved in stone on the upper part of the facade. The back of the Town Hall has a balcony with a view to the River Ebro and wide vineyards of the area. Wine Culture In fact, wine and its culture are one of the best attractions of the area. Lapuebla de Labarca is a must-visit stop in the well-known Route of Wine. In its wineries we can taste the best wines and we'll know the production process of the longing spirit.


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Surface area:

6.00

No. of inhabitants:

866