Parador de Antequera

In the heart of Andalusia


Nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Andalusia, the Parador de Antequera is a captivating oasis where history, nature, and tranquility converge. Set against the backdrop of the stunning El Torcal Natural Park, this architectural gem seamlessly blends modern comfort with the charm of centuries past.

Step into a world of understated elegance as you enter the hotel's inviting lobby, adorned with warm hues and traditional accents. The spacious rooms and suites offer a peaceful retreat, with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside or the historic town of Antequera.

Indulge in the flavors of Andalusia at the Parador's restaurant, where traditional regional dishes are expertly prepared using locally sourced ingredients. The tranquil courtyard invites you to savor your meal amidst the fragrant Andalusian air.

General Services

General Services
  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Conditioning in dining room
  • Air Conditioning in meeting rooms
  • Bar
  • Bureau de Change
  • Conference suites and meetings
  • Credit Cards
  • Distance to Airport: 60 km.
  • Distance to Port: 49 km.
  • Distance to Train Station: 2 km.
  • Facility Accessibility (Check with Parador)
  • Free Wi-Fi in common areas equipped with this service: ask at the Parador.
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Lift: 2
  • No animals allowed
  • Piped Music
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite Dish
  • Shop


  • Feria de agosto (August Festival): second two weeks of August, Antequera.
  • Feria de mayo (May Festival): end of May, Antequera.


  • Biking
  • Climbing
  • Football
  • Horse
  • Rambling
  • Swimming
  • Trekking

Interesting Places

  • Antequera:
    Arabic Castle.
    Arco de los Gigantes (Arch of the Giants).
    Church of Santa María la Mayor.
    The Menga caves.
    El Romeral.
    Baroque monuments
  • Archidona (18 km.)
  • Garganta de El Chorro (river gorge) (40 km.)
  • Lake of Fuente de Piedra (20 km.)
  • Torcal de Antequera (13 km.)

Regional Menu

Discover the Porra Antequerana.

The nearby Mediterranean bursts inland. Fish and seafood are combined with Malaga’s farm and mountain products, providing a healthy and varied diet in which top-quality virgin olive oil is almost ever-present. Traditional dishes prepared by the kitchen staff: Porra Antequerana (Cold vegetable soup), Puchero (stew), Kid Goat from the Torcal mountains and Bienmesabe (Almond Cream).