Teruel gastronomy with Denomination of Origin
Teruel cuisine, based on traditional products protected by quality seals such as D.O. Teruel ham, Lower Aragon olive oil, Calanda peaches and Aragonese veal, is the Parador de Teruel’s calling card. Its produce is rounded off with delicacies such as Jiloca saffron, artisan cheeses and a wide variety of classic sweets.
traditional cuisine with pastoral roots
In the elegant dining room of the Parador de Teruel, surrounded by peaceful gardens with Canadian cedars and large lawns, you’ll enjoy the genuine traditional cuisine of Teruel. Discover a menu based on classic local recipes such as migas a la pastora, lamb stew, soup in a perolico, arroz meloso del Brazal, roast shoulder of lamb and chuleticas or sweets such as suspiros de amantes and crespillos de borraja.
Type of kitchen
Soup in a perolico, pilar beans a la pastora, roast veal, cod with Aragonese fry, crespillos de borraja.
The capital of Mudejar art
Pastel tones dominate the large rooms and the bedrooms. Outside, you can stroll through the gardens, swim in the pool and play tennis. And if you bring children, they can play in the children's playground. The Parador also has spacious rooms to hold conferences, business meetings and social events.
Beautiful Teruel is a magical city that´s linked to the romanticism of the story of the Lovers, which has inspired many works of art, theatre and literature. Their mausoleum is in the San Pedro collection of historical monuments. The old quarter of Albarracín, which is pedestrian-only, contains the passageways under arches, staircases and doorways of stately homes. It is also the site of the Mudejar Towers and the Mudejar cathedral of Santa María de Mediavilla
And if you love nature, it, too, is within easy reach. In the city you can visit the Parque de los Fueros and, on the outskirts, places such as the Rambla de Valdecebro or the Tortajada lagoon offer spectacular landscapes.