Description of the municipality

Many cultures have coexisted in Herramélluri, the main ones being the original Iberians, Berones, Romans and Basques: ‘Herramélluri’ is a Basque place name that means ‘burnt village’, although in the 16th century it was called Herramélluri de los Condes.

 

It is located near the archaeological site of the old Roman settlement of Libia.

 

The Venus of Herramélluri was found there: a 20-cm bronze figure weighing almost 2 kilos, which is now in the provincial palace.

 

The main crops in the area are wheat, barley, vineyards and forage crops.

Location
42°30′07″N 3°01′11″O

Area
10,88 km²

Altitude
575 m

Climatology
Oceánico

Enotouristic Resources

- Iglesia de San Esteban

- Ermita de San Isidro

- Lago de Herramélluri

- Paseo por las riberas de los ríos Tirón y Reláchigo



Herramélluri ON IMAGES

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