Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Toledo (123km), Madrid (159km), Caceres (148km)
Historic Castle-Palace w/pool in Natural Environment
Jan - Dec
ancestral home of the Álvarez family of Toledo, the Counts of Oropesa, which was
a refuge for soldiers, monks and nobles in other times, offers exceptional
panoramic views of the Gredos mountain range. The historical value of the Keep
backing on to the Parador, the columns and arcades of the courtyard, and the
swimming pool, with exceptional views of the flat lands of the Campo Arañuelo,
form a very attractive whole. Lamps, large chests and curtains dominate the
interior decoration, in which the spaciousness and brightness of the bedrooms
and the working and leisure rooms stands out. Game and seasonal products are
characteristic of Oropesa, where the cuisine of Toledo offers lamb, roast kid,
and other specialities such as 'migas del Arañuelo' (fried breadcrumbs), and 'perdiz
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