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of Antequera, Antequera - Málaga
spacious, quiet Parador, surrounded by green gardens and with a refreshing
swimming pool, is close to all the provincial capitals of Andalusia. Ideal
for holding social gatherings, it is surrounded by a lush fertile plain
and the Torcal, a peculiar spot with geological formations. Antequera also
has a rich historical and artistic heritage. The inner rooms are
spacious, with light shades dominating in the wood of the ceilings, walls
and floors. The modern leather furniture is characterized by its classical,
functional style, which offers a comfortable and peaceful atmosphere, making
it an ideal place for those seeking rest. The restaurant offers traditional
dishes from Málaga with local touches, such as 'porra antequera'
(cold vegetable soup), gazpacho (Andalusian cold soup), a cod dish called
'pío antequerano' and 'bienmesabe' (type of sponge cake).
City - Gibralfaro
of Málaga Gibralfaro, Málaga
Parador rises up surrounded by pine trees on the Gibralfaro mountain and
facing the 'Alcazaba' citadel, from where the Bay and the city of Málaga
can be seen from a unique perspective. Built from stone next to the Gibralfaro
castle, its position allows easy visits of Málaga and it is suitable
for numerous sporting activities: golf, tennis, etc., in the nearby facilities
of the Parador del Golf. The common spaces, in addition to the bedrooms
and the swimming pool on the top floor, enjoy beautiful views of the city
and the sea, also offering an excellent level of comfort. A magnificent
display of Andalusian gastronomy, the restaurant offers, among other dishes,
'fritura de pescaítos a la malagueña' (small fried fish Malaga-style).
of Málaga Golf, Torremolinos, Málaga
Parador de Málaga Golf rises up on the seafront concentrating all
the charms of the Costa del Sol in its setting. Playing golf as a sport
and a continuous challenge, along with all the leisure activities, which
the Parador offers, converts it into an ideal place to offer guests an
unforgettable break. The spacious and bright bedrooms offer beautiful
views of the sea. All rooms are fully equipped with modern facilities to
meet all needs and requirements of its precious guests. The large swimming
pool and the golf course are places where guests can relax during their
stay. Among the most famous dishes of the restaurant are "sopa de
rape malagueña" (anglerfish soup), "borrachuelos" and the "pescaítos
fritos" (small fried fish), the maximum expression of Andalusia.
of Nerja, Nerja, Málaga
balcony overlooking the sea... The Parador is located on a cliff next to
the sea, in a setting suitable for enjoying the coast, the beautiful natural
spots of the area and the beach, which can be reached by means of an original
lift. The entrance to the building has a splendid garden whose greenness
contrasts with the blue of its swimming pool. The spacious and bright interior
enjoys maximum comfort and includes elegant decorative elements. The bedrooms
have spacious terraces with views of the sea. Do not miss the fried little
fishes in Nerja, without doubt the most important food at the Parador.
Other gastronomy suggestions are the 'maimones' (typical Andalusian soup
with olive oil), and roasted goat dressed with a very tasty sauce made
of Ronda, Ronda
the centre of the city, in a privileged location, next to the emblematic
Puente Nuevo in Ronda, built in the year 1761, this Parador rises up over
the former town hall. It is an impressive enclave, with unique views of
the Tagus, in a gorge some 120 metres deep. Blues, greens, yellows
and reds make up the shades of the interior. The most colourful materials
decorate the sofas and curtains of bright, spacious living rooms with an
abundance of plants. It has a swimming pool and cheerful bedrooms with
beautiful views and comfortable split-level suites with terraces.
The gastronomic side of the Parador includes excellent Andalusian style
dishes such as stewed partridge, roast kid, rabbit 'a la rondeña',
almond soup, 'ajo blanco' (cold garlic soup) and 'salmorejo'. The most
noteworthy desserts are 'Yemas rondeñas' (sweet egg yolk flans),
'tortitas de miel' (cake with honey) and 'queso de almendras' (almond cheese).
of Carmona, Seville
fertile plain of the river Corbones offers an outstanding panoramic view
of this fortress, to which different civilizations have brought the best
of their artistic culture. The splendid views are still protagonists from
its extraordinary swimming pool, landscaped areas, courtyard and Mudejar
fountain, Cupulín function room and terrace. The bedrooms are spacious,
bright, and in exquisite taste thanks to the classical decoration which,
along with the Sevillian tiles, enhances the value of this 14th c. fortress.
The Bermejo function room stands out, with its rugs and numerous antiques.
The refectory, fitted out as a dining room and recognized as one of the
most beautiful of the Paradors, presents delicious seasonal and local dishes.
Among them, we recommend you the 'cartuja' (stuffed pie) of partridge,
of codfish, the spicy spinaches of Carmona, 'ardoria' (kind of fish) and
'boronía'. You choose the dessert out of a rich dinner buffet.
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