A noble building in a Medieval village. The Parador de Sos del Rey Católico, one of the first in the network, is in a classic Aragonese manor house. It is within the town walls, which has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site. Its large windows offer you spectacular of the mountains surrounding the town. The Parador de Sos is the perfect place for lovers of nature and hiking.
Its houses and cobbled streets are the most distinctive image of the village. Sos also has a wall with seven gates and a castle, a legacy of when it was a border town between the kingdoms of Aragon and Navarre. Nor should you miss the Casa de la Villa (a sixteenth-century Renaissance building), the hermitage of Santa Lucia (late twelfth century), the Isidoro Gil de Jaz school (eighteenth century) and the Jewish quarter, now known as the upper quarter.
Rooms to dream about
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.
All the comforts you need
Conferences and meetings
Breakfast in the room
Minibar with a carefully selected selection of products
Flat screen TV
Laundry and ironing service
Digital press and magazines service
Sale of gift items
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.
Sos del Rey Católico, which has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site, is part of the Cinco Villas region, in the northwest of the province of Zaragoza and very close to Navarre. The best way to discover the town is to lose yourself in its cobbled streets, with its defensive wall and high walls, Gothic and Renaissance windows and period coats of arms. You mustn’t miss the Casa de la Villa (a sixteenth century Renaissance building), the hermitage of Santa Lucia (late twelfth century), the school Isidoro Gil de Jaz (eighteenth century) and the Jewish quarter, now known as the upper quarter.
Highlights of its surroundings include the monastery of Leyre, one of the most important monastic complexes in Spain, of Javier and Uncastillo castle, a perfectly preserved example of rural architecture in the Cinco Villas, which has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site.
One of the best times to visit Sos is March, when they celebrate the birth of King Ferdinand the Catholic.
You can enjoy the town decked out in its finest, historical re-enactments, concerts, theatrical performances and a Medieval market.
They also celebrate San Sebastian Bonfires on 20 January, and a Medieval fair in the first weekend of August.
Nestled at the northern end of the historic-monumental complex of Sos del Rey Católico and located next to the wall that envelops the town, this brand-new building fits perfectly into the town’s structure, which lends it its own identity, making it an ideal place for holding any event in an unbeatable setting.