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Parador de Guadalupe
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Guadalupe is a delightful town in the Cáceres district known as Las Villuercas, a lovely village with cobbled streets and houses built in the traditional vernacular style. It is home to an extremely valuable area of artistic and historical importance dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. It has been preserved with its original structure intact, making you feel as if you are on a film set. Santa María Square, where the Parador is located, and the old Jewish quarter are well worth a leisurely visit. From here you can travel to mountain villages in the surrounding area, including Cañamero, Logrosán and Berzocana. Another of the region's attractions is the delicious Extremaduran cuisine.



Environment
Guadalupe
Guadalupe Monastery
Old Town
Jewish QuarterLa Vera Route (130 km)Monfragüe Nature Reserve (80 km)Trujillo (80 km)
General data about parador hostel
Parador hotel Parador de Guadalupe Stars 4
Capacity 80 Places Styles monastery, monument
Director Manuel Quintanar Valbuena Chef Francisco Moreno Regadera
Address C/ Marqués de la Romana, 12
Autonomous community Extremadura Province Cáceres
Town Guadalupe Postcode 10140
Latitude 39.453227 Longitude -5.326430
Telephone +34 927367075 Fax +34 927367076
Email guadalupe@parador.es
Distance to airport 0 Km.
Distance to the port 0 Km.
Distance to train 65 Km.
Services offered by the parador hostel
air conditioning elevator
bar safe
heating foreign exchange
conferences and meetings garage
garden mini-bar
no animals seasonal swimming pool
restaurant hairdryer in guest rooms
credit cards telephone in guest rooms
TV in guest rooms wi-fi
Activities offered by the parador hostel
Bicycling Mountain biking
Horseback riding Big game hunting
Big and small game hunting Lecture and skywatching
Cycling tourism Spelunking
Swimming Seasonal swimming pool
Nordic walking Trout fishing
River fishing Mushroom picking
Horseback trail rides Nature tours
4X4 routes Hiking
Tennis Hiking
4x4 vehicles City tours
Cultural tours of the city Winery tours
Archaeological tours Cultural tours

You will enjoy all of this with garden and terrace views and on summer nights with the sound of water with its channels and fountains. During the summer months we also serve wonderful lunches and dinners in the open air, next to the fountain in our orange tree courtyard.

The Parador is specialised in the culture of cheese and is a member of the Route of Extremadura Cheese. Not only that, but it has other local gastronomic offerings such as the unique Spanish Black pudding, migas (fried breadcrumb dish), various types of gazpacho, stews, stewed potatoes, Torta del Casar and Barros which are cheeses made with the milk of goats from the Ibores region. These are strong cheeses with a unique flavour. Do you fancy giving them a go?



Information on the halls
Number of halls 3
Minimum capacity of halls 25
Maximum capacity of halls 200
How to get there?

The Parador is located in the city center, near the Royal Monastery, a World Heritage Site. When traveling from Madrid (A-5) or the northern peninsula (N-630), the point of reference is Navalmoral de la Mata, 65 km from the Parador. From Cáceres, take the N-521 to Trujillo. Take the road for Zorita (EX-208) and then Logrosan-Guadalupe (EX-102). From Portugal, Badajoz and the southern peninsula, take N-630 to Mérida. Continue on the A-5 in the direction of Madrid. Take the exit for the N-430 towards Ciudad Real. In Obando, turn left onto the EX-116 in the direction of Guadalupe.

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