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 Alarcon
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Historic Parador
This castle from the 8th century is on the Júcar river, on a promontory in Manchego-Levantinas. The architecture of the Parador, which occupies the medieval castle of the Marquises of Villena, is the result of more than three centuries of history. Founded by the Muslims in the 8th century, it was captured by King Alfonso VIII in the 12th century. It was the home of writer Don Juan Manuel, and has been the scene of sieges and revolts in centuries past. Emphasis has been placed on maintaining the authenticity of the building, with oak wood and a mix of modern and classic styles that accentuate its medieval character. The use of reds and oranges contrast with the sobriety of the space, and provide an impressive background for a collection of paintings which echo pieces of famous works also found in Cuenca. Tapies, Redondela, Sempere, Amadeo Gabino, Alvaro Delgado, Martínez Novillo and Menchu Gal are just some of the painters whose work decorates the former Castle of the Marquises of ...(more)

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