Aragón, the land of variety and contrast in Spain. Nature, many water sources, history, culture, charming villages, medieval essence and more are some of the main characteristics of the Community of Aragón in Spain. 4 Paradores Luxury Hotels located in this region will allow you to explore all the sights that Alcañiz, Bielsa, Sos del Rey Católico, Teruel and more spots in Aragón have to offer. Either if you decide to visit one Parador and explore the surroundings, or take a tour through the 4 Paradores and get to know the whole area, you will have an amazing experience in Aragón.
Parador de Alcañiz
Spending the night at a stunning castle which dates from the 12th-13th centuries is possible staying at the Parador de Alcañiz, housed in the castle of the Calatravos and filled with history and tradition. Alcañiz is that kind of town that will make you fall in love from the beginning, with its unique landscapes, architectural heritage, medieval essence, the presence of the Guadalope river and the many things to see.
The Parador de Alcañiz is located in a high point of Alcañiz, point from where you will get the best views of the town and will be able to get lost around the castle and explore the hidden corners around the building and the gardens. While here, stroll through the streets of Alcañiz and keep in mind not to miss a visit to the medieval underground passageways, the fountain of 72 Spouts, the Plaza de España which is the heart of the old quarter with the Lonja, the town hall and the amazing Excolegiata Santa María la Mayor, an amazing church, and many other spots.
Parador de Bielsa
The stunning Parador de Bielsa awaits you in the natural landscape of the Huesca Pyrenees, at the foot of Mount Perdido. Surrounded by green vegetation on the warmer months and with snowy peaks in winter, the views are so beautiful and the ambiance so relaxing that you won´t believe it. The many activities and things to do around this Parador will maintain you entertained during your vacations. Sports, hiking, skiing, excursions, biking, canyoning, rappelling and all the mountain activities you can imagine are possible in the natural environment of Bielsa. Besides, don´t miss to visit the old quarter of this mountain village, with many country houses and treasures to see. Come to Bielsa, relax, disconnect and enjoy.
Parador de Sos del Rey Católico
Get immersed in a monumental, historic and artistic ambiance at the Parador del Sos del Rey Católico a stately building in the Aragonese style located in the village with the same name in the province of Zaragoza. The heritage of this village is so authentic that you will be delighted by everything you see walking through the streets of the walled villa that will make you feel like taken back in time. The Palace of Sada, the Monastery of Nuestra Señora de Valentuñana, the church of San Esteban and the square of la Villa are some of the must-visits in Sos del Rey Católico, beautiful town.
Enjoy the tranquility of the Parador and taste amazing typical dishes such as honey cardoons with almonds and ham or fried breadcrumbs with eggs and chorizo sausage, so delicious!
Parador de Teruel
A mansion inspired by the Mudejar style, decorated with Arab details and with a large charming garden, a tennis court and a swimming pool is the lovely home of the Parador de Teruel, an amazing hotel located in the outskirts of the historic Teruel.
Discover the city that gave birth to the romantic story of the Lovers of Teruel by strolling through the streets and visiting the main monuments. The Mausoleo de los Amantes (Mausoleum of the lovers), the Cathedral and the Mudéjares towers, the aqueduct of Teruel and the square of EL Torico are some of the must-visit places in which you can admire the architecture of Teruel and feel the essence of this Moorish city.
Lively up and come visit Aragón, so unique and with a special charm that will pleasantly impress you. The 4 Paradores in Aragón are available for you to have a great time exploring the area and enjoying the facilities, the surroundings and the peace of the hotel. What do you think?