The city of Melilla emerged within natural walls, the largest of which is the sea. Over time, stone fortifications were added, and today they represent one of the city's main attractions. Here you will discover the beauty of one of the least known parts of Spain for travelers. It offers any number of attractions in just 12 square kilometers.
Melilla can boast as many modernist buildings as Madrid, surpassed only by Barcelona and Valencia. As you stroll along Juan Carlos Avenue, you will discover treasures such as La Reconquista Building and Melul House, both by Spanish architect Enrique Nieto, who spent several years working with Gaudí on Milá House in Barcelona.
The city is a paradise to be discovered. You will be fascinated by its tranquil beaches; beautiful modernist buildings; and the fortifications that still stand in the open air, their grounds converted into museums of the past; and the Parador, the perfect choice for your stay here.