Updated mountain cuisine
As an exponent of traditional mountain gastronomy with a modern twist, the Parador de Limpias offers a wide variety of local produce and some iconic specialities of Cantabrian cuisine. Hearty stews and casseroles from all over the world and excellent meats, not to mention the best fish in the Cantabrian Sea, thanks to its proximity to the coast.
A stately space influenced by fortunes found in the Americas
The elegant and luminous Palacio de Eguilior restaurant, a stately space influenced by fortunes found in the Americas, offers, besides tranquillity and pleasant views of the gardens, a varied menu. You’ll enjoy stews such as cocido montañés, fish soup, its iconic rice with lobster, Santoña anchovies or Tudanca beef.
Type of kitchen
Cantabrian cheese tasting, rice with lobster, Santoña anchovies,Tudanca beef.
A Cantabrian paradise by the estuary
The building invites you to rest and stroll through its well-maintained and extensive gardens. It offers warm, comfortable rooms, the excellent cuisine of the Parador Network, lawn tennis and paddle tennis courts, a seasonal swimming pool and bright, spacious rooms, which are ideal for family and business events.
Limpias town centre, with its stately houses and houses Spanish people who’d made their fortune in Latin America, is a beautiful area that you’ll love to walk around. The most notable places are the San Vicente de Paúl school, the hermitage of Santa Isabel and the church of San Pedro, where the Christ of the Agony, to which the town of Limpias owes its fame, is kept. Around the town, the cultural highlights include the prehistoric Covalanas and Mirón caves.
Limpias is an ideal starting point for visiting towns such as Laredo, which contains La Salvé , one of the longest and most beautiful beaches in the region with its immense five-kilometre sandy beach; or Santoña, which holds the title of the birthplace of anchovies in olive oil and also has the nearby Berria beach, which enjoys easy access.