Parador de Alcaniz - Built on the hill top called the Cumbre de Cerro Pui-Pinos, this 12th-13th century castle-convent became the seat of the Order of Calatrava in 1179. Dominating the landscape of the Maestrazgo, it conserves the keep, the bell tower-sacristy and the part reconverted into an 18th c. Aragonese palace. Gothic walls, plateresque tomb and baroque faįade are inserted into an interior with soft, red and green coloured shades, adorned with Spanish wood in furniture and beams. It also features a peaceful garden. A good number of trips and activities related to adventure sports can be organized from the Parador. The comforting Aragonese cooking allows you to sample Alcaņiz style eggs, 'ternasco asado' (roast young lamb) and typical sweets: Alma and almond tarts.
Distances to nearest paradors
Holy Week Alcaņiz and villages on the Tambos and Bombo Routes
Automobile Races Alcaņiz Urban Course
International Festivals of Aragon: July and August Alcaņiz - Valderrobres, 37 Km.
Alcaņiz: Torre del Homenaje, Narrow medieval streets and the Plaza de Espaņa
Guadalope Route: Calanda (20 km), Molinos (40 km).
El Matarraņa Route: Valderrobres (37 km), Beceite (43 km), Calaceite (37 km).
Maestrazgo Route: Morella (65 km), Mirambel (85 km).
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