Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Jaen (60km), Seville (293km)
Historic Palace Hotel
Jan - Dec
16TH CENTURY RENAISSANCE PALACE This Parador rises up in the most Renaissance square of the
aristocratic and monumental town of Úbeda, next to some of the most beautiful
buildings, in a former palace built in the 16th century and altered in the 17th,
which belonged to the dean of the Sacred chapel of El Salvador. The façade of
the Parador conceals a very beautiful inner courtyard with a double gallery
whose upper part is glazed. Its friendly and comfortable bedrooms stand out for
the height of their ceilings. Worthy of note are the six which look onto the
square and the suite, located in the opposite corner, from which a wide
panoramic view of the Vázquez de Molina square can be enjoyed. Andalusian
details and dishes adorn the space occupied by the dining room, which offers
good peppers stuffed with partridge, bull´stail in red wine from La Loma and
stewed kid with pine nuts.
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...