Cooking in the purest Castilian-La Mancha style
Albacete's gastronomy is one of the richest and most diverse within the cuisine of La Mancha. The menu of the Parador’s restaurant features delicious game meat dishes, such as partridge, but it also bases its culinary proposal on other local products such as lamb, honey, cheeses or the humble migas (fried breadcrumbs).
A cosy Manchegan villa
The cosy dining hall of this Manchegan villa with its wooden beamed ceiling is a place where you can enjoy a wide range of typical dishes such as Manchegan gazpachos, migas ruleras (fried breadcrumbs dish), lomo de orza (conserved pork) or kid shoulder. Surprise yourself with dishes such as cod and cheese salad, Manchegan pisto (similar to ratatouille), pickled partridge, "mojete" (roast tomato and pepper), the popular "atascaburras", cod and potatoes, or home-made cheese ice cream.
Type of kitchen
Migas ruleras (fried breadcrumbs dish) with fried eggs, Manchegan pisto (similar to ratatouille), pickled partridge, Manchegan lamb, home-made cheese ice cream.
An oasis of peace on the La Mancha plain
This famous hidalgo would have played golf today on a 9-hole Pitch & Putt and a Putt Green. When you’ve played to your heart’s content, what could be better than a delicious La Mancha meal in the restaurant and a well-deserved rest in bright rooms furnished with classic Castilian furniture? A complete leisure and relaxation proposal that is hard to resist and fully within your reach.
Only three kilometres away from the city of Albacete, the Parador is the point from which to discover not just the city, but also the rich diversity of the province. Look out over the plains of La Mancha and discover the river valleys of Júcar and Cabriel, or the rugged Sierras de Alcaraz and Segura.