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Parador de Alcañiz is a stunning hilltop castle overlooking the town of the same name between Zaragoza and the Mediterranean. It has a history going all the way back to the 12th century and some of its original features are intact from that time, from the later medieval period, and after its conversion from a defensive fortress to a monastery and then to a residential palace in the 18th century. The views from all around are absolutely stunning, you could spend many happy, peaceful hours just wandering the atmospheric grounds. Internally, though renovated on numerous occasions over the years (and centuries!), the castle has a very charming old-world feel. Much of the common areas – the dining hall in particular – look and feel tremendously medieval, and the food, mostly local and traditional, is excellent. THE ACCOMMODATION: The castle, despite its size, has just under forty rooms in total and so maintains a quite cosy feel. They range from doubles and twins to triples, with extra bedding being available for children. READ MORE