Paradores Route of the Mediterranean
Parador de BenicarlóSunday and Monday. The Maestrazgo region has a brilliant coastal strip where the mountains which enclose inland Maestrazgo dissolve into the sea. Benicarló is a good starting point to explore this pleasant coast, travelling to nearby places such as Peñiscola, where the dominating feature of this town is the Papa Luna castle which appears to hover over the sea and over the old part of the town.Parador de El SalerTuesday. From the Parador de El Saler you will have the opportunity to discover one of our country's most attractive cities. Do not miss out on visiting the City of Arts and Sciences, designed by Santiago Calatrava, and roam around the ancient historical centre of Valencia: La Lonja, declared a World Heritage Site-the Central Market, the Cathedral, the Palau de la Generalitat, the Marqués de Dos Aguas Palace, and the Serranos and Quart towers. Parador de JáveaWednesday. Jávea (Xàbia) conserves an interesting historical centre characterised by narrow streets, arched portals, large gothic windows, iron railings, etc. The most characteristic feature of its buildings is the rough ochre-coloured sandstone extracted from the local quarry. To all this we can add the beautiful setting of beaches and coves such as Arenal beach and the coves of Cala Blanca, Cala de la Barraca, Cala de la Granadella etc. Parador de NerjaFriday and Saturday. The area around Nerja belongs to one of the regions in Andalusia with most identity and traditional character, La Axarquía. Both on the coast and inland a series of towns are to be found with great Andalusian flavour in which the nostalgia of a splendorous Arabian past radiates. Along the length of its coast there are important tourism centres: El Rincón de la Victoria, Almayate and Torre del Mar, the coastal area of Vélez-Málaga.We offer: Standard double room with breakfasts included / Half board Supplement 175 € per person.