Restaurant of the Parador de Cervera de Pisuerga
Palencia mountain cuisine
Tradition and proximity go hand in hand in the gastronomic proposal of the Parador de Cervera, a simple and modern cuisine based on fresh and local ingredients. In season, you can enjoy the best mycological cuisine.
A balcony overlooking the Ruesga Reservoir
With views of the reservoir and the peaks, the restaurant of the Parador de Cervera is a place for lovers of good food. Veal cutlet or sirloin steak, cod, bacon, bacon rashers, free-range rooster, game sausages, cheeses or octopus are some of the delicacies on the menu, as well as traditional dishes from Palencia such as roast suckling lamb, vegetable stew or Castilian soup. The home-made Reineta apple pie and the Camporredondo truffles provide the sweet counterpoint.
Type of kitchen
Bacon rashers, courgette millefeuille, home-made Reineta apple pie.
Unspoilt nature in the heart of the Palencia Mountains
Cervera de Pisuerga is a strategic entry point to the Cantabrian Mountain Range, a place of unspoilt nature that offers trails such as the Roblón de Estalava to visit El Abuelo (The Grandfather) , a venerable oak tree of extraordinary longevity, or the thousand-year-old yews of La Tejada de Tosande. If you’re travelling with children, you’ll love the Adventure Park of El Robledal del Oso, a fun and original way to visit a natural environment through sporting and recreational routes.
Art lovers will find splendid examples of Romanesque art in the area, such as the monastery of Santa María La Real in Aguilar de Campo, the church of San Juan de Moarves de Ojeda or the cave church of Olleros de Pisuerga.
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