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 Cangas de Onis
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Tradition has it that King Alfonso, The Catholic, constructed this building on 21 February 746, and the excavations carried out at the start of the refurbishing work to turn it into a Parador de Turismo confirm this idea. The current monastery was founded on this site and run by the Order of San Benito until the Desamortización de 1835 (Large-scale selling of State and Church assets).Two rooms with archeological remains, pottery in particular, uncovered during the refurbishing work are testament to this distant past. The monastery was declared a National Monument in 1907, and features an added wing of architectural and constructional qualities: truly a jewel set on the green banks of the River Sella, in whose waters the hotel is reflected. In the background, guests can contemplate the majestic landscape of the Picos de Europa. This Parador, featuring comfortable and modern facilities, is the ideal starting point from which to discover the delights of the Asturian landscape, enjoy its ...(more)

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