Parador de Sos del Rey Católico

Arquitecto Sainz de Vicuña, s/n 50680 Sos del Rey Católico Zaragoza
This Parador is a stately building in the aragonese style that has preserved the monumental, historical and artistic ambiance of Sos del Rey Católico. The town, which has been declared an area of artistic and historical importance, was the birthplace of influential nobles such as the Ferdinand, the Catholic Monarch himself. It therefore has a rich heritage. The Parador's décor is elegant; the interior columns are covered in wood and there is an abundance of Castilian-style furnishings. Space and light are the common denominator in the guest rooms, thanks to the large windows. The restaurant offers tradition and authenticity in the aromas and flavors of the cuisine of the Cinco Villas district - the region that lends the restaurant its name.

Here you will discover a walled medieval town built atop an enormous rock with views of vast mountains and valleys. Within the high walls that surround the town, you will find stone houses with coats of arms, Gothic and Renaissance windows, and ancient cobbled streets, which combine to create a harmonious whole. These same streets lead to chapels, churches and lovely spots such as the Lonja (wholesale market) and the ruins of the medieval castle, Sada Palace and Nuestra Señora de Valentuñana Monastery. The Parador is the perfect location for exploring this medieval town and discovering areas of incredible beauty.

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Parador de Sos del Rey Católico

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Incredible parador in beautiful part of Spain. Fascinating town including medieval feria - amazing trip back in time. Parador terrace has beautiful views & is cooled by lovely breeze. Recommend eating here where service is rapid. Restaurant disappointing - slow service & narrow choice of menu. Breakfasts fine with gluten free choices.