The Alavese Plains are in the north-eastern section of Álava, at the border with Gipuzkoa and Navarre. They are formed geographically, along the Vitoria basin. They stretch north to the Aratz-Altzania-Aizkorri, Urkila and Elgea mountain ranges and south to Entzia, Iturrieta and the mountains of Vitoria. The Zadorra river begins in Entzia and runs east to west, making it an axis of the region feeding the Ganboa reservoir.
The Alavese Plains are extraordinarily well connected. The N-I highway and Madrid-Irun train line pass through them. They are 25 km from Vitoria-Gasteiz, 90 from Bilbao, 70 from Pamplona, 85 from Donostia-San Sebastian and 65 from Logroño.
All the information on the artistic and historical heritage of the towns on the Alavese Plains is available at the Regional Tourism Office in Salvatierra-Agurain.
Guided tours of the Gazeo, Alaitza, Arbulu and Añúa churches and the old quarter of Agurain can be booked there as well.
It offers service in English, Spanish and Basque and is open year-round.
Summer (24 June to 4 September), Holy Week and bank holidays: every day 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Rest of the year: Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Alavese Plains Tourism Office
Calle Mayor, 8. Agurain/Salvatierra. 01200
0034 945 30 29 31.