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The weather in Haro
Check out the climate diagram for Haro. August is the warmest month of the year in Haro with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 28°. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 0°. It may rain 18 days in January while it typically rains only 6 days in August.
Rent a holiday home in Haro for a taste of Spain
Haro is a mecca for both art history and wine. Holiday homes here are surrounded by verdant vineyards, producing such a plenitude of bottles that Haro's locals 'fight' eachother with wine every June.
Wine and vines
Haro is so enamoured of its wine that the town has its own Wine Museum. Wine is the fluid foundation of Haro life. The landscapes surrounding the town are dominated by vines and most of Haro's vineyards are open to visitors.
Of all the town's traditions its Wine Battle is the most famous and unusual. Few other towns in the world would consider spilling such quantities of wine. Every 29th of June Haro locals split into two sides and proceed to douse eachother in thousands of litres of vino in a lighthearted contest with their opponents.
Altars and otherworldly entrances
The art historical attractions of Haro are numerous. From the Baroque high altar of the Basilica of Nuestra Senora de Haro, to the Baroque palace of the Counts of Haro, ornate edifices crop up around every corner of this history soaked town.
The construction of Santo Thomas Church began in the 16th Century. With three naves, starred vaults and pointed arches, the building is mesmerising. Over the main entrance, scenes of the Cavalry and liknesses of the Apostles are in permanent attendance.
Why not take a trip along the Alta Wine Route and familiarise yourself with the people, food and tradition behind the region's world class wines? Haro's own Bodegas Ramon Bilbao is impressive but head to Bodega Castillo de Cuzcurrita to mix your wine tour with yet more cultural heritage.
While you are on your wine tour stop off at the Sensory Centre of Wine, to enhance your appreciation of the drink through special interactive exhibits. Meanwhile, the Vivianco Museum is devoted to the economic, social and cultural aspects of wine.
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