From Almansa to the world: the wine tourism proposal of a region in the heart of La Mancha

The Almansa Wine Route, soon to be one of the featured attractions at the next edition of FINE #WineTourism Marketplace, is an exceptional wine tourism project that encompasses a region with a rich variety of leisure, art, culture and sport.

With the collaboration of the Almansa Designation of Origin, the Almansa Town Council and the Development Office of the Monte Ibérico-Corredor de Almansa region, this route has been designed to highlight not only the beauty of the landscape and the cultural diversity of the region, but also to promote sustainable and competitive tourism.

Constituted on 6 July 2022, this association includes 28 initial members, covering different gastronomic and tourism sectors in the region.

The Almansa Wine Route is presented as a comprehensive wine tourism initiative, offering visitors a unique experience that travels through the various municipalities of the Almansa DO.

This project not only highlights the oenological quality of the region, but also highlights its commitment to sustainable and environmentally friendly tourism development.

Wine tourism proposal of the Almansa Wine Route

The wine tourism proposal of the Almansa Wine Route, which you can find out more about at the FINE #WineTourism Marketplace, is an invitation to explore a unique wine region, characterised by the Garnacha Tintorera grape variety, emblematic of the area.

This grape, known for its late ripening and specific climatic needs, is at the heart of wines distinguished by their intensity and world-renowned quality. The Route offers guided tours of emblematic wineries, where visitors can learn about the winemaking process and participate in wine tastings.

In addition, the Almansa Wine Route is positioned as a tourist reference, integrating perfectly into current tourism trends. It offers an experience that goes beyond wine, incorporating cultural, historical and natural elements. Visitors have the opportunity to explore the rich history and cultural heritage of the region, including the famous Almansa Castle and the various archaeological sites in the area.

Almansa and its surroundings: a treasure to be discovered

In addition to its outstanding wine tourism offer, Almansa and its surroundings offer a treasure trove of experiences for visitors.
Geographically located in a strategic point, the municipality of Almansa is located in the inland Levante, on a high plateau surrounded by mountain ranges that provide an impressive landscape and a rich biodiversity.

This location is not only ideal for the cultivation of Garnacha Tintorera, but also for offering a complete tourist experience that includes visits to places of cultural interest such as the Castle of Almansa and the Cueva de la Vieja, a rock art site of great relevance.

The region of Almansa, together with nearby towns such as Alpera and Higueruela, is an ideal destination for those interested in tourism that combines nature, history and oenology. The Almansa Wine Route is a perfect example of how a region can use its natural and cultural resources to offer a unique and sustainable tourist experience.

In short, the Almansa Wine Route is a wine tourism proposal that deserves to be explored in depth at the next edition of FINE #WineTourism Marketplace. With its rich combination of wine, culture and history, this route promises to be an unforgettable destination for all wine and sustainable tourism lovers.