Description of the municipality

Its land is mainly dedicated to growing grapes, almonds, olives and cereals. All done as dry farming, despite the nearby River Ebro around 5 km away.

 

El Villar de Arnedo is a fairly ancient municipality, as witnessed by the archaeological remains found there: a flint workshop in Las Costeras (1500-3000 BC), Celtic-Iberian and Roman ceramics on the Era Alta (high plain) and the walls of the wineries.

 

Its exquisite gastronomy stands out, the highlights being garlic soup and ‘frying pan soups’.

Location
42°19′14″N 2°05′43″O

Area
18,25 km²

Altitude
428 m

Climatology
Oceánico

Enotouristic Resources

- Iglesia de la Anunciación de Santa María

- Ermita del Cristo de los Buenos Temporales

- El Chozo del Cura

- La Ampudia

- La casa del Médico



El Villar De Arnedo ON IMAGES

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