of the Canary Islands, Spain
de La Palma, Brena Baja, La Palma, Tenerife
The new Parador de la Isla
de La Palma is located in an area of great natural wealth, near the capital
of the island and the airport, known 'El Zumacal', within the municipal
boundaries of Breña Baja. The Parador is built in modern and
typical Canary style and features gardens well-stocked with indigenous
plants. Find the pleasure of a good watercress or chickpeas broth, made
with varied meats. We also recommend you fresh, grilled or parboiled fishes,
accompanied by a good 'mojo' (typical Canary sauce). Enjoy these dishes
with La Palma wine, and the meal will be rounded up.
de Cañadas del Teide, Orotava - Tenerife
The island of the 'eternal
spring', thanks to its unequalled climate, offers enormous contrasts and
a wide variety of landscapes in its different areas. The Parador, located
in the natural Cañadas del Teide crater, more than 2,000 metres
above sea level, invites the guest to contemplate impressive panoramic
views of the Teide cone, the Chaorra crater and the White Mountain.
Since it is the only building within the El Teide National Park, its interior
recreates the ambience of a mountain lodge both in the common rooms and
bedrooms, and has terraces with impressive panoramic views of the Teide.
It is a real pleasure to sample the exquisite and original Canary Islands
cooking in the Parador restaurant. The Canary Islands stew, rabbit in 'salmorejo'
(a gazpacho-like sauce) 'papas arrugadas y mojos' (potatoes in their skins
served with typical dipping sauces) and the 'viejas sancochadas' stand
de El Hierro
The Parador is located next
to the sea, opposite the Roque de Bonanza, in a heavenly setting where
the sea and the volcanic mountains meet. This modern building, dotted with
beautiful balconies, is ideal for rest and tranquillity. Its elegant, colonial
interior preceded by a fascinating garden with swimming pool, is cheerful
and friendly. The bedrooms are very comfortable and some of them look out
over the ocean, offering magnificent views which define its impressive
immenseness, from which you can enjoy the tempting murmur of the waves.
In this ideal setting, the guest is comforted by the cheerful, suggestive
dishes of the Parador's restaurant. The 'caldo de queso herreño'
(poultry and cheese soup), 'alfonsiños con burgados' [fish with
bigaros (periwinkles)], 'quenafas de viejas' (fish rissoles) with limpet
and sea urchin sauce and the fig biscuit stand out.
Cruz de Tenerife - La Gomera
de La Gomera, La Gomera
This Parador, with typical
island architecture, invites the guest to enjoy its paradisiacal setting
and to contemplate unsurpassable views of the ocean, with the island of
Tenerife and the Teide in the background. The interior is filled with marine
references and navigational instruments which recall the ships of Columbus,
which left the island for America. In the living rooms, the furniture combines
Castilian and Isabelline styles, although a very personal, elegant and
distinguished Canary Islands air is also conserved. The welcoming bedrooms,
the swimming pool and the garden, exuberant and filled with subtropical
species, are some of the attractions which complete the interior. The gastronomic
display is represented by 'cazuela de pescados gomeros' (Gomera fish in
a clay pot), 'lomos de conejo rellenos' (stuffed rabbit loin) and 'potaje
de berros' (watercress stew).
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