Highland and big game cuisine
Mountain dishes with bush meat are one of the hallmarks of Cazorla's gastronomy. At the Parador, located at an altitude of 1,400 metres, you can enjoy seasonal game dishes, with different preparations of venison or fallow deer, without forgetting local products such as Segureño lamb or simple and humble traditional dishes such as migas (fried breadcrumbs) or rin ran (cold dish of mashed potato and dried red pepper with olives and cod).
A shelter of mountain gastronomy
From the elegant dining hall of the Parador de Cazorla Restaurant you will enjoy spectacular views of the Natural Park, as well as exquisite cuisine. You can taste specialities such as tallarines (home-made pasta) with rabbit and mint, mountain-style trout and chestnut cake. A natural pantry that also provides figs, walnuts, thyme, rosemary, quinces, almonds or plums, which are the secret of the flavour of our recipes.
Type of kitchen
Traditional from Jaén
Talarines with rabbit and mint, home-made game pâté, mountain-style trout and chestnut cake.
An Andalusian farmhouse in the heart of the mountains
The Parador follows in the footsteps of traditional Andalusian farmhouses with its large entrance and wooden roofs. The complex also has an outdoor swimming pool, garden, spacious lounges and bright rooms with views of the mountains. It’s the perfect starting point for hiking routes to the source of the Guadalquivir River.
If you’re into hunting game, whether for sport or for culinary purposes, you can indulge your passion here. The Parador is the ideal location for hiking or mountain bike trails across the mountains, to explore the source of the Guadalquivir river, find ancient yews and vulture colonies, enter into the Cave of Water, or explore the Roman remains in the nearby town of Quesada; and, of course, visit the town of Cazorla and its beautiful Castillo de la Yedra, the finishing touch to this stunning landscape of clustered houses at the foothills of this great mountain range.