Abalos ( Spanish Ábalos ) - a municipality in Spain , is part of the province of Rioja as part of the autonomous community of Rioja (Logrono) . The municipality is part of the Aro district (mosquito). It covers an area of 18.3 km². The population is 369 people (as of 2010 ). The distance to the provincial capital is 29 km. The first mention dates back to 740 .
|The mayor||Juan Rufino Blanco Saes |
2007 ( NPI )
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 1 , in summer UTC + 2|
|Population||369 people ( 2010 )|
|Density||20.60 people / km²|
The main direction of the economy is viticulture.
The main attractions are the Gothic church of San Esteban (XVI century), which was given the status of a monument of national importance, the monastery of San Felises - the only remaining part of the monastery of the XII century, one of the oldest wine cellars in Europe.