Founded in 1928 by order of King Alphonso XIII the Paradores of Spain are made up of medieval castles, Moorish fortresses, ancient monasteries, palaces and stately homes.
Many paradors are set in town and city centres whlst others are situated within large estates and stunning natural parks…. There are now over 90 paradors in Spain and they all have a commitment to environmental protection and cultural restoration projects which makes them an ideal addition to th Wildside Holidays project…
Most of Spain’s national and natural parks have a Parador close by… Doñana National Park, the Picos De Europa National Park, the Sierra de Cazorla Natural Park, the Parque National del Teide, The Sierra de Grazalema (Ronda)…These Paradors are situated perfectly for exploring some of the most stunning natural areas of Spain.
Read more to find out about our selected Parador list for exploring the nature and Wildlife of Spain with a bit of luxury added in… 🙂 Continue reading The Best Paradors in Natural Parks of Spain