The Paradores of Spain: Historical Spanish Buildings in Fantastic Locations

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Welcome to our special group of Paradores throughout Spain. Many are in spectacular castles, convents, palaces and monasteries. Staying at a Parador is a destination in itself, but in addition to the history and tradition of the buildings they also offer comfort and luxury and the latest technology. Many Paradores are in World Heritage Cities like Toledo, Segovia, Santiago de Compostela, and Granada. Others are in important nature reserves or in beautiful waterfront settings. Browse our extensive listing, complete with photos, descriptions, prices and client comments. We are happy to help you with suggestions or advice on these special places to stay.

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Parador de Jarandilla de la Vera
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The palace-castle lies sheltered in the middle of the Vera and Tiétar valley, between gorges filled with water, woods of chestnut trees and oak groves - a stunning landscap. It once played host to an illustrious guest - Emperor Carlos V. From the exterior the towers, the courtyard, the patio de armas courtyard and swimming pool contrast with the olive and orange trees. Inside the atmosphere is relaxing and intimate. The restaurant serves a regional cuisine including Extremaduran breadcrumbs, mashed paprika potatoes with pork, deep fried suckling pork, goat stew, and as a traditional dessert repápalos (breadcrumb biscuits) with milk and cinnamon. There are nine double bedded rooms and thirty three twin bedded rooms (either standard or superior). Minimum two night stay on weekends from 1 March to 31 October. ...(more)

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