Monuments, medieval castles and historic buildings are nowadays home to some of our charming hotels located in medieval surroundings. Cultural legacy, heritage and art can be found in the streets of the towns where these Paradores are located, which make your trip a journey through Spanish medieval history.
Lose yourself in the historic quarters, explore walled towns and dive into the tradition and architecture conserved for centuries through this trip to Paradores located in medieval destinations.
Parador de Sigüenza
For a complete medieval experience in Sigüenza, nothing better than staying at a medieval castle built upon a Moorish construction which itself was built on the site of a Roman settlement.
Sigüenza, in the province of Guadalajara, will take you back in time while visiting the medieval monuments of this historic town. Some of the interesting sites you can't miss at this travel destination is the Casa del Doncel, the Plazuela de la Cárcel, the church of San Vicente or that of Santiago, the Cathedral and, of course, the castle, where the Parador de Sigüenza is located.
Parador de Sos del Rey Católico
Sos del Rey Católico, with its monumental, historic and artistic atmosphere, is another destination where you can find a Parador. Built in the Aragonese architectural style, this hotel is the perfect place to stay to explore all corners of this medieval town in the province of Zaragoza.
Like other walled medieval towns in Spain, Sos del Rey Católico is located on top of a huge rock with incredible views to the surrounding mounts and valleys. Don't miss the castle, the wall, the church of San Esteban and the Jewish Quarter.
Parador de Hondarribia
Another walled medieval town to discover, this time even with sea views! Can you imagine? It's Hondarribia, in the Basque Country, and here, at the 10th century former castle of Charles V, you can stay at a Parador that will make the stay in this medieval fortress with views of the French coast a unique experience.
The walls of the city are one of the essential places to visit in Hondarribia, since it is one of the best examples of the medieval essence of the area. The castle of the Emperor, where the Parador de Hondarribia is located, the Square of Gipuzkoa, the church of Santa María de la Asunción y del Manzano and the charming maritime quarter are some other interesting sites you can't miss. Anything else? A stroll along the coast. If it is at sunset, you will be marvelled.