Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Cervera de Pisuerga
Burgos (105km), Leon (149km), Santander (129km)
Modern Building in Natural Surroundings
Jan - Dec
AN IMPRESSIVE SETTING BETWEEN NATURE AND THE ROMANESQUE The privileged setting of this Parador, which forms part of
the Fuentes Carrionas Reserve, determines its most representative features.
Nature can be seen in all its splendour in the Picos de Europa and the blue
waters of the Ruesga reservoir and the Romanesque art, which here becomes the
real protagonist of the landscape, offer the site a unique, incomparable beauty.
Good taste and elegance characterize the interior. Very spacious and comfortable
bedrooms, with bright balconies, combine with the exquisite shade of walls,
beams and ceilings covered with wood. The restaurant offers traditional
Castilian cooking based on hand-made sausages, veal steak and trout with bacon.
Services & Facilities:
SERVICES & FACILITIES INCLUDED:
Animals non allowed
Distance to airport 132 Km
Distance to port 132 Km
Distance to station railroad
Single rooms 8
Double rooms (twin beds) 72
Double rooms (double bed) 8
Garage (No security
monitoring, pk spaces limited)
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