CENTURY RENAISSANCE PALACE
Parador rises up in the most Renaissance square of the aristocratic and
monumental town of Úbeda, next to some of the most beautiful buildings,
in a former palace built in the 16th century and altered in the 17th, which
belonged to the dean of the Sacred chapel of El Salvador. The façade
of the Parador conceals a very beautiful inner courtyard with a double
gallery whose upper part is glazed.
friendly and comfortable bedrooms stand out for the height of their ceilings.
Worthy of note are the six which look onto the square and the suite, located
in the opposite corner, from which a wide panoramic view of the Vázquez
de Molina square can be enjoyed.
details and dishes adorn the space occupied by the dining room, which offers
good peppers stuffed with partridge, bull's tail in red wine from La Loma
and stewed kid with pine nuts.
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bathroom / Ensuite
to nearest paradors
to airport: 130km
to railway station: 110km
Squares, chapel of El Salvador, Vázquez de Molina palace, Santiago
(8 km). Squares
(28 km). La Graja Cave
(27 km). Ruins of Cástulo
(63 km). House of Don Gome's children
tours of Cazorla Natural Park.(70 km)
Fair from 28 September to 4 October, Úbeda
Fair from 28 August to 4 September , Linares, 25 km.
Festival of Music and Dance May/June, Úbeda
to get there:
Parador is located in the Vázquez de Molina square, in the old quarter
of the town, next to the sacred chapel of El Salvador, the Marqués
de Mancera palace and the Vázquez Molina palace, now the Town Hall.
Úbeda is 39 km from Bailén along the N-322, 210 km from Albacete
along the N-322, 57 km from Jaén on the N-321 and 330 km from Madrid,
with access from the N-IV through Bailén.
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