the middle of the fertile plain of the Ebro and backed by the Beceite mountains,
which can be superbly viewed from the swimming pool and balconies, the
Parador rises up in the upper part of the town, in a setting which combines
the monumental beauty of the town with the attractions of the different
natural enclaves which surround it.
III decided to build this fortification, which now houses La Zuda (the
well), next to four splendid large Catalan Gothic windows. The decoration
of the interior assimilates the predominance of Christian and regal characters
with classical style furniture and wooden beams. Within the walls, with
Arabic motifs, the dining room is important for its large Gothic windows.
it offers rice dishes, 'anguila en suc' (eels in broth), 'suquet de peix'
(fish in sauce) and 'pastisets' (vermicelli cakes) and 'Garrofetas' (dessert).
to get there:
Zuda Castle presides over the old quarter of Tortosa and its artistic and
historical riches. It also dominates the fertile plain of the Ebro and
the Montecaro Massif. The most recommended access is from the A-7 motorway,
exit 40. Tortosa is located 90 km from Tarragona, the capital of the province.
to city centre
to the nearest airport (Barcelona)
3 km to
the nearest station (Tortosa)
del Ebro (40 km)
40 minutes away on the A-7
City: Cathedral, Jewish Quarter, Open air sculpture Museum of sculptor
Santiago de Santiago.
of Tortosa and Beceite (30 km).
caves, Miravet castle.
Museum in Horta de San Juan.
to nearest paradors:
Fair end of April, Tortosa
festivities September, Tortosa
Festival October, Tortosa
El: 205 Km.