Parador de Tordesillas

Ctra. de Salamanca, 5 47100 Tordesillas Valladolid
+34 983770051
Director: Ana García Cabo

In the city of Tordesillas, a historic crossroads, you will find this ancestral home in the shelter of a dense pine wood and a well-kept garden, in a spot where nature offers the best scenery. The architecture and décor of the house are predominantly Castilian in style. The gardens and other spaces invite visitors to rest and relax in a peaceful atmosphere. You can also enjoy the Turkish bath, hot tub, heated swimming pool, sauna, gym and children's play area, making the Parador your perfect destination.

You won't want to leave Tordesillas without visiting its most emblematic buildings, the Casas del Tratado (Treaty Houses), located on a high spot with a view of the Douro River, next to San Antolín Church. The houses are two connected palaces dating from the 15th and 17th centuries, and they have been declared a site of cultural interest. One of them, the older of the two, was the location of the signing of the famous Treaty of Tordesillas, with which Spain and Portugal divided up the territories of the New World.

There are a number of leisure options available in the area around the city. You will find locations offering karting, paintball and ATVs within just a few kilometers. If you like river-based tourism, you can navigate the Pisuerga River and Catilla Canal, located 45 km away. Another option is winery tourism, as Tordesillas is near four of the most important designations of origin in Spain: Rueda, Toro, Ribera del Duero and Cigales. Why not come discover Tordesillas and enjoy its Parador?


air conditioning
Turkish bath
foreign exchange
conferences and meetings
handicapped facilities
hot tub
no animals
heated swimming pool
seasonal swimming pool
outdoor swimming pool
hairdryer in guest rooms
credit cards
telephone in guest rooms
TV in guest rooms
children's play area

What our Amigos think

15218902's picture

This was the 2. Nd Parador We visited. Off the beaten track, but so bucolic and in such a historic place! I think the year was 2015