The Paradores of Spain and the route of Don Quixote offer travelers a unique opportunity to follow in the foot steps of Miguel de Cervantes famous character from his novel, The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. Widely considered one of the worlds greatest works of fiction, the landscapes and towns where Don Quixote jousted with windmills and fought for his honor are real and just as compelling as when the book was published in 1605.
Spanish Paradores are generally located in historic monasteries, castles, fortresses and covenants and provide outstanding luxury and service at surprisingly reasonable prices. Spain is at the forefront of the culinary world and Paradores have some of the best food the country has to offer. To find out more got to Paradores Spain and Tourist Paradores in Spain
I hope you enjoy the slide show above with photography by yours truly, Paul Shoul, and original music by Peter Blanchette and Charlie Schneeweis.