Venture to the foothills of the Pyrenees, where fortified castles and colorful cloisters create a landscape of timeless beauty and tell the captivating story of Spain’s vibrant past.
Night 1:Hotel Tres Reyes
Hotel Tres Reyes is located in the Taconera Gardens, between the Old Quarter and the modern part of the city.
Nights 2 & 3: Parador de Olite
The former Kingdom of Navarra has had a very turbulent past. The area used to be inhabited by the Vascons but they were driven northwards by the Moors and are the ancestors of the present day Basques.
Night 4: Parador de Calahorra
This new hotel lies at the end of a lateral garden running the length of the main street of the town. Calahorra is one of the towns on the plains of the Ebro river that flows from west to east to the south of the Pyrenees mountain chain that forms the border between Spain and France.
Nights 5 & 6: Hotel Los Agustinos
Set in a beautiful edifice protected by the Government of La Rioja. Founded as a convent in 1373, the building went on to be used as a military garrison, hospital, prison, school until finally, in 1989, it was converted into the incomparable, first-class Hotel Los Agustinos.