Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Barcelona (323km), Zaragoza (214km)
Pyrenean Refuge in Mountainous Area
Jan - Dec
PYRENEAN REFUGE AT THE FOOT OF MONTE PERDIDO This welcoming mountain hut is located in one of the now
classical enclaves for outdoor sports and activities, the western slopes of the
Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco
in 1997. The pure air of the Pyrenees and of the Monte Perdido, the clean waters
of the river Cinca and the tradition of the Romanesque hermitage of Nuestra
Señora de la Pineta, offer a warm feeling of well-being, peace and quiet.
Floors, walls, beams and columns lined with wood contain modern and comfortable
furniture. The bedrooms have beautiful views of this lovely natural enclave. The
cooking of Upper Aragón, strong and spicy, offers simple but tasty dishes: 'migas
aragonesas' (fried breadcrumbs), Cinca river trout 'a lo fino', roast young
lamb, leg of wild boar and the puff-pastry dessert from Aragón, 'teresicas'.
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
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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...