1.- Monastery of Sta Mª La Real in Najera (See the paragraph of Nájera's History)
2.- Monastery of San Millán
Suso's monastery, that was excavated in rock, was the place where the saint lived and was buried in the year 574. It has a visigothic origin with Mozarabic and Romanesque contributions (VIth to the X century). Inside there is said to be the tombs of the Seven Infantes of Lara.
Yuso's monastery was founded in the XIth century by the King Don García de Nájera, and in it you can find different styles becouse of its later reconstructions. In it the Gothic cloister and the chests of gold and ivory that contain the remains of the saint, as well as the Library and the files with unique copies stand out for their value, it is necessary to add that inside its walls they wrote the first words of the Spanish language (Annotations Emilianenses) and of the vascuence. For all this, the Monasteries were recognized as Patrimony of Humanity.
3.- Monastery of Cañas
The current Romanesque and Gothic monastery of Cistercian origin was founded in the year 1179. The chapterhouse was constructed between the XIIth and XIIIth century. The Church of the S.XII has numerous large windows that make it specially luminous.
4.- Monastery of Valvanera
It is in a place of great natural beauty. Surrounded with extensive forests and by the tops of the mountains of The St Lawrence, it offers a splendid panoramic view of the valley
The Monastery wakes a great interest not only for its magnificent emplacement, but because in its church, from the late gothic, the Virgin of Valvanera is venerated there, she's the patron saint of La Rioja.