How to get to The Wine Fight
Haro is a town located in La Rioja, in northern Spain. It’s not very far from Pamplona and the closest city is Miranda de Ebro. While there are connections between Haro and the rest of Spain, the easiest way to get there is to arrive in San Sebastian near the French border. Take a shuttle from there. San Sebastian is located in north western Spain and is well connected with other spanish airports or international airports.
THE WINE FIGHT PARTY
Considering that the action takes place during the early morning, and the party from the night before will blow your mind, it’s a good idea to make a night of it. While the town is light on accommodation options and full of tourists, the campsite in town is a great, cheap and easy option. If you don’t have any camping gear or want to carry bags of stuff to Haro, don’t worry, tour group possibilities are available.
ACCOMMODATION FOR THE WINE FIGHT
Stoke Travel have all-inclusive camping accommodation, food and unlimited booze packages available. They offer meet them there options or also have variety of transport options on offer too. Stoke Travel organise private buses from San Sebastian and Barcelona, which can take you straight to the main town of Haro. Their all-inclusive packages consist of pre-erected tents, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, a barbecue dinner, breakfasts, as well as years of local experience (and, of course, gallons of wine)!
We highly recommend StokeTravel as the most fun and professional tour operator to San Vino 2016. Their team know how to party and promise you th best Wine Fight experience!
You can view their trip options here.
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