Huércanos is a beautiful village of La Rioja Alta, on the Camino de Santiago, located 22 km from Logroño and 2 km from Nájera which was the capital of the Kingdom of Navarre in the ninth century, in the time of King Don García de Najera
The village of Huércanos is located on the southern slope of the Ebro valley, in the encounter with the Najerilla river valley, between the Sierra de Cantabria to the north and the Sierra de La Demanda to the south.
The lands where the more than 1100 hectares are located. of vineyards are alluvial fundamentally, the closest to the municipal terms of Uruñuela and Cenicero are clay-calcareous soils with abundant boulder which makes them very suitable for the cultivation of the vineyard.
The main crops are the vineyard, the cereal and the horticultural crops.
The town center is at an altitude of 530 m., Has a population of about 900 inhabitants and its main source of economic resources comes from the cultivation of the vineyard and the marketing of its wines through the Cooperativa San Pedro Apostol.