We stayed the night in the Parador, which was a great experience. So we thought we would take advantage of the Semana Santa menu in its restaurant (€27 for four courses). OK, the background music was so muzakky that it probably would have sounded corny even in the 1950s; and OK, when my wife described the design of the interior as "homely," she was generously euphemistic -- but particularly the first two courses, cold and warm starters respectively, were worth it. The service was immaculate, and the most modestly priced bottle of wine cost €16, which is not expensive in a location such as this one. So bring your earplugs and look only at your plate and your partner, and enjoy the food.
Incidentally, for better atmosphere and less money, drink a tea or a coffee during the daytime in the patio of the parador, which has been designed with infinitely better taste.
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