Description of the municipality

Alcanadre is located on the banks of the River Ebro 32 km east of Logroño, 25 km west of Calahorra, 4 km south of Lodosa and 8 km north of Ausejo.


Throughout history, it has seen the passage of Roman boats from the border stone that separates it across the river from Lodosa to Mendavia, Aradón and Arrúbal.


The aqueduct of Alcanadre also served as a secondary road, as it linked Irache to Arnedo. Not far from the first-named, it carried water as far as Calahorra, and remains of this roadway have been found at nearby sites at La Laguna and Valseca.


The village also has a railway station, served by a number of local trains.

42°24′20″N 2°07′06″O

31,08 km²

348 m

Mediterráneo continental

Enotouristic Resources

- Iglesia de Santa María

- Sendero de Aradón

- Camino natural del Ebro

- Ruta del vino

- Camino de Santiago

- Acueducto romano Puente Moros

Alcanadre ON IMAGES



Places of interest