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Ronda San Francisco, 31. 13270. Almagro, Ciudad Real
Parador de Almagro, Almagro, Ciudad Real, Castilla la Mancha, Spain

The Convent of San Francisco, built by the Dávila de la Cueva family in 1596, is located in a historical-artistic position of great interest, which offers the traveller the opportunity to discover the most beautiful parts of this town and the natural spaces surrounding it, among which stand out the Tablas de Daimiel. 

Facade / Fachada
Entrance / Entrada
Pool / Piscina

The inner rooms are welcoming with an elegant, peaceful air, with the 14 inner courtyards, the splendid garden and the swimming pool standing out from the ensemble. The bedrooms, installed in the former monastic cells, also offer peace and quiet. Beautiful galleries, wood and latticework complete the inner atmosphere.
Common Area - Zona comun
Common Area - Zona comun
Room / Habitacion
Room / Habitacion
Room / Habitacion

In the restaurant the traditional recipes of La Mancha are accompanied by Arabic influences, among which can be mentioned 'pisto manchego' (tomato-based ratatouille), 'migas' (fried breadcrumbs), the cod dishes 'mojete' and 'tiznao' and Almagro aubergines. 

Dining / Comedor
Dining / Comedor
Hotel Facilities:
  • Cocktail bar
  • Conference facilities
  • Currency exchange
  • Disabled facilities 
  • Parking facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Swimming pool
Room Facilities:
  • Air conditioning
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Heating 
  • Mini bar
  • Private bathroom / Ensuite
  • Telephone
Additional Information: 
  • Distance to railway station:   1 km 
How to get there:

The Parador de Almagro, former Convent of Santa Catalina, is located on the Ronda de San Francisco, in the old quarter of the city. The Parador is the ideal starting point to set out on any number of routes and enjoy the urban, historic and artistic district of which it forms a part: the Plaza Mayor, the Corral de Comedias open-air theatre, the Palace of the Fúcares Family, the Municipal Theatre, and more. 

Almagro, once the capital city of the Order of Calatrava, is located: 200 km from Madrid. Following the 'Andalucia Madrid-Cadiz' highway, Almagro can be reached from Manzanares by heading towards 'Bolaños-Almagro'; 125 km from Bailén. Following the 'Andalucia Madrid-Cadiz' highway, you can reach Almagro from Valdepeñas by heading towards 'Moral de Calatrava-Almagro'; 130 km from Toledo. Following the N-401 national highway, Almagro can be reached from Ciudad Real; and 180 km from Albacete. Following the 'Levante' highway towards Villarrobledo, Almagro can be reached from the N-310 national highway heading towards 'Manzanares-Bolaños-Almagro'

  • Cultural Visits 
  • Hiking 
  • Hire of bicycles 
  • Swimming 
Places to visit:
  • Almagro. Corral de Comedias, Calatrava Convent, Los Fugger Palace, San Bartolomé el Real, Former University, Plaza Mayor 
  • Ciudad Real. (22 km). Cathedral, Puerta de Toledo, San Pedro church 
  • Tablas de Daimiel. (26 km). 
Typical festivals
  • International Festival of Classical Theatre July 
  • Virgen de las Nieves 4 August 
  • San Bartolomé 25 August (fair week) 
Distances to nearest paradors
  • Manzanares: 35 Km. 
  • Toledo: 130 Km. 
  • Jaén: 165 Km. 
  • Ubeda: 165 Km. 
  • Albacete: 180 Km. 
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