Getaways and short stays at Paradores
As we like to say: To bet on Paradores is to bet on the best. Whether you choose the Paradores hotel in Granada, Ronda, Cazorla or Málaga for your getaway, you are guaranteed an exciting experience along with the finest gastronomy. From being surrounded by Romain ruins and one of Spain´s largest natural parks to rooftop swimming and cultural activites, you will find that each Paradores getaway is unique and can be tailored according to season as well as personal interest.
This getaway includes accommodation, breakfast and dinner at the Parador Hotel: Castillo de Olite. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to stay in one of the most wonderful medieval-castle hotels in Spain. Olite was one of the important cities belonging to the medieval Kingdom of Navarre. Today its castle, built by the Kings Juan and Leonor, welcomes guests and offers a wide range of comforts. Enjoy a superb dinner with local and seasonal products. This is a lovely getaway in the heart of Navarre - one of the historical kingdoms in Spain
Includes: Accommodation, breakfast and dinner at the Parador de Santiago de Compostela - also known as the “Hostal of the Catholic Monarchs” This Parador is one of the most impressive in Spain with a perfect location, situated on the Plaza del Obradoiro right next to the Cathedral of Santiago. This unique getaway also includes a gastronomic dinner where you can try the most typical dishes of the region such as Galician Broth to warm up the cold days, scallops, fresh fish and top quality Galician veal
Includes: Accommodation at the Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro 4* in half board (breakfast and dinner). It is a great getaway to one of the most fascinating cities in Spain. The Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro is located on Mount Gibralfaro and from the hotel terrace you have incredible views of Malaga and its bay. Near the hotel you can visit the Gibralfaro Castle, the Alcazaba and the Muelle Uno. Malaga is a city that offers much more such as a walk along its famous Calle Larios, enjoying the art of Picasso and the delicious Andalusian coastal gastronomy