Restaurant of the Parador de Tordesillas
Castilian cuisine in the shade of the pine trees
The Parador de Tordesillas offers the perfect combination of traditional Castilian cuisine and local produce. Discover a variety of stews based around pulses, roast lamb or suckling pig accompanied by the famous wines from the local wineries, and sweeten your experience with the rich and varied confectionery.
A stronghold of the Tordesillas chicken
In the elegant dining room with coffered ceilings and views of the pine forest, you can enjoy the best traditional Castilian cuisine and a speciality that you’ll only find in this town, Tordesillas free-range chicken, which made according to an ancient recipe. Classic local desserts include amarguillos, puff pastry and cheese cakes, pastries and sweets from the Santa Clara convent. Not to mention its homemade ice creams and the famous iced milk.
Type of kitchen
Tordesillas free-range chicken, roast suckling lamb, Arévalo-style roast suckling pig.
A place to rest and relax
Tordesillas holds an important place in Spanish history. It was here that the famous Treaty of Tordesillas was signed, in which the Spanish and Portuguese divided up the lands of the New World. The Treaty Houses are among the most important historical buildings in the city, together with the Royal Monastery of Santa Clara, the Museum of San Antolin, the city walls, the bridge and the Plaza Mayor.
The leisure options abound in the area: if you like river tourism, you can embark on a trip along the river Pisuerga. It is also a good place for wine tourism. It is also a good place for wine tourism. Tordesillas is near four of the most important designations of origin in Spain: Rueda, Toro, Ribera del Duero and Cigales.
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