Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Lisbon (278km), Porto (551km), Seville (197km)
Historic Pousada w/pool formerly a palace
Jan - Dec
Dining & What to Do:
What to eat...
The Algarve’s cuisine is famed for its
variety of locally-caught fish and seafood. The shellfish in particular are an
Algarvean sweets are true works of art. Made with eggs and locally-grown
almonds, figs and carob, they are absolutely irresistible. Try the Dom Rodrigos,
morgados, marzipan shapes, fig cheese and many others.
Parador de Toledo
Located on the Cerro del Emperador by a meander of the river Tagus, this Parador offers an incomparable panoramic view of the monumental profile of Toledo...
Pousada de Setubal - Sao Filipe
Pousada de Setúbal - São Filipe, a fortress built in the 17th century by King Philip II of Spain (Philip I of Portugal), has a breathtaking view over the River Sado estuary...
We had a fabulous time on the Camino de Santiago! Everything worked as
it should have and all contact we had with anyone associated with
EATours was very friendly, very helpful and totally professional. You
can be sure that we will be passing the word. A real pleasure...