|Teléfono||666 801 051|
|Address||Calle El Caño, 19, 09250 Grañón (La Rioja)|
Charging point for electric bicycles
Grañón is a municipality in the autonomous community of La Rioja (Spain). It is the last village on Camino de Santiago in La Rioja. It belongs to the region of Santo Domingo de la Calzada and the jurisdictional term of Haro. Its inhabitants, grañoneros and grañoneras, live off agriculture and livestock primarily, so most young people end up abandoning the town to look for other livelihoods in the capital, Logroño.
Completely renovated, opened on July 25, 2015.
The person responsible for handling the hostel is called Manu Pérez. It is possible to book place.
This hostel has 10 places in two rooms, one for 6 and other one for 4. They are all bunk beds.
Opening hours: De 11:00 a 22:00.
Church of San Juan Bautista
The temple is located in the center of the town, particularly in the Granary Square. It has a nave of three sections, octagonal presbytery and head of three cloth. At the end of the head there is the sacristy, which extends southward. The tower consists of two bodies of chairs. Regarding the covers, there are three: one half point at the foot of the head, another formed by six pointed archivolts and a third, blinded. The building dates from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, though the new sacristy and the tower were built later.
Chapel of the Jews.
It is a covered plateresco cruise which was historically used to guide walkers. Therefore it is located at the exit of the town, at the junction of roads to Villarta-Quintana, Morales and Body. It houses a cross that sits on a Tuscan column that you can read the inscription: "And Bicente made him a benefited cleric in San Juan de Grañon".