Motorbike route around Paradores

Paradores recommends three days on the road, finishing your trip in the city of motorsports. Three Paradors where you can combine your passion with tourism in legendary cities: Santo Domingo de la Calzada, Sos del rey Católico and Alcañiz.

Day 1
Departure. Sunday.
We begin our journey in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, a gem on the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela, where you will find special places such as its cathedral and the Plaza de España. The Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada is located opposite the cathedral, in the former Pilgrims' Hospital.
The best way to get to know this destination is to stroll through its historic quarter, full of treasures in the form of stately homes, palaces and churches, such as the De San Francisco. Santo Domingo de la Calzada also preserves the largest walled enclosure in La Rioja and, of course, is a perfect destination for wine tourism. Near the town you can visit the famous Haro wineries.
Day 2
Monday.
On our second day we travel the kilometres that separate Santo Domingo de la Calzada and Sos del Rey Católico to reach our destination. A medieval village declared a Site of Historic and Artistic importance that preserves its cobbled streets, city wall and high walls, with Gothic and Renaissance windows and family coats of arms in its houses.
We recommend a visit to the Casa de la Villa, Santa Lucía hermitage, Isidoro Gil de Jaz school and the Jewish quarter. If you are visiting in March, enjoy the festivities to celebrate the birth of King Ferdinand the Catholic.
In the area surrounding the town, Leyre castle, one of the most important monastic ensembles in Spain, Javier and Uncastillo castles are of note.
Day 3
Tuesday.
On our third day we reach our final destination, the town of Alcañiz, home of the Motorland speed circuit, host to the most important world motor and two-wheeled competitions.
The Parador de Alcañiz is located in one of the most complex monumental ensembles in Aragon. A huge enclosure, half castle and half convent, with an imposing silhouette. The building preserves the keep, bell tower and sacristy. The jewel in the castle's crown, the 14th century Gothic frescoes, are found inside the castle.
From the castle we continue our route through Alcañiz, exploring the passageways, galleries and the medieval larder. The Plaza de España, the Town Hall, the Lonja, the sanctuary of the Virgen de Pueyos and the Fuente de los 72 caños are other attractions.