The Parador de Oropesa was the first Parador to be installed in a historic building, a Medieval castle located between the Gredos Mountains and the River Tagus, surrounded by a huge holm oak forest. It began as a castle, was then the palace of the Counts of Oropesa, a house and manor of the 5th Viceroy of Peru, after whom the Parador is named. Inside it houses a museum and its exquisite restaurant and open-air swimming pool are highlights.
There are various activities you can enjoy in the town of Oropesa. Visiting the monuments in the area, such as the Convent of La Misericordia or the Church of San Bernardo. If you want to discover more, the Tiétar Valley Route, the Embroidery Route or the Ceramics Route will delight you. The area is known for its craft tradition. The fame of the embroidery of Lagartera and the ceramics of Puente del Arzobispo stretch beyond the province. Both towns are close to Oropesa. Due to its strategic location, Oropesa is also a good starting point for exploring the villages of the County of La Vera, at the foot of the Sierra de Gredos mountains, or you can follow the road into the province of Cáceres and discover other destinations such as Guadalupe, Plasencia and Trujillo.
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The rooms at Paradores combine design and modern services to perfection. In each room you can enjoy the comfort and elegance of the design and furnishings, and the best views in destinations you will want to return to again and again.
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Conferences and meetings
Minibar with a carefully selected selection of products
Flat screen TV
Seasonal swimming pool
The best regional cuisine in unique spaces
Paradores offers the exclusive experience of enjoying regional, local and local cuisine in unique spaces. Our cuisine is strongly linked to the places where the 98 hotels are located, presenting the best gastronomy from the different Spanish regions. Pioneers in local cuisine, we have reinforced our commitment to local products in search of the best raw material and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability.
Oropesa is located between the Sierra de Gredos Mountain Range and the river Tagus. A location, halfway between the provinces of Toledo and Estremadura, which it makes the most of by showing off the best of the area. Its castle is an icon that can be seen in the distance from the road. This monumental complex consists of two castles, the New Castle or palace of the Counts of Oropesa, which is now a Parador; and the Old Castle, which has an impressive keep topped by four defensive sentry boxes. Also notable are the parade ground and the staircase attached to the wall leading up to the tower.
The town’s Medieval past can be seen in the layout of its narrow, cobbled streets.
Activities open to tourists include visits to monuments such as the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, the Convent of La Misericordia and the Church of San Bernardo.
Beyond the immediate area, the Tiétar Valley Route, the Embroidery Route and the Ceramics Route will delight you if you decide to try them.
The area is known for its craft tradition. The fame of the embroidery of Lagartera and the ceramics of Puente del Arzobispo stretch beyond the province. Both towns are close to Oropesa.
Due to its strategic location, Oropesa is also a good starting point for exploring the villages of the County of La Vera, at the foot of the Sierra de Gredos mountains, or you can follow the road into the province of Cáceres and discover other destinations such as Guadalupe, Plasencia and Trujillo.
A comfortable 15th century palace attached to an impressive 12th century castle. The Parador is on a hill overlooking the Arañuelo country with stunning views of the Sierra de Gredos; it has several open-plan rooms that are fully equipped for conferences and conventions.