Restaurant of the Parador de Antequera
Mediterranean and traditional Andalusian cuisine
Given its privileged location at the main crossroads of Andalusia, in the restaurant of the Parador de Antequera you will enjoy the traditional Antequera gastronomy and the influence of the coast of Malaga, garnished with products from the Antequera market garden and typical dishes of the area. A perfect pairing with local products from the mountains and the coast of Malaga.
A gastronomic crossroads between sea and mountains
In the large and bright glassed-in dining hall of the Parador de Antequera you will find local specialities such as porra antequerana, pío antequerano (cod salad with olives and orange) or bienmesabe (fried and battered houndshark) and other outstanding dishes from the traditional recipe book and products from the pantry of this area of Málaga, such as gazpachuelo (fish broth and mayonnaise soup), migas, stews, goat cheese, molletes (round bread), honey, extra virgin olive oil, local sweets and typical desserts such as angelorum.
Type of kitchen
Traditional from Malaga
Porra antequerana, pío antequerano, gazpacho (tomato soup), bienmesabe, angelorum.
Contemporary luxury in the geographical centre of Andalusia
Antequera, which is situated at the main crossroads of Andalusia, is an ideal point from which to begin exploring this region. If your goal is to relax, we recommend a sun lounger by the pool, a drink on the terrace, and the scent of grass and flowers from our pleasant gardens. This is also an ideal setting for your social gatherings or business meetings, which may be held in any of our four perfectly equipped rooms with different capacities that are at your disposal.
The hotel is so pleasant and welcoming that you’ll find it hard to leave it, to let go of the soft radiance of its rooms, and the fresh and elegant colours of its minimalist decoration; but a stroll through Antequera is definitely worth the effort. It’s worth visiting the city’s Bronze Age monuments such as the Dolmen of the cave of Menga, the Dolmen of Viera and the Dolmen of El Romeral. The basilica of Santa María and the Alcazaba de Antequera, a castle that has stood over and guarded the town since Roman times, also await your visit.
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