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14TH C. ARABIC FORTRESS
The fertile plain of the river Corbones offers an outstanding panoramic view of this fortress, to which different civilizations have brought the best of their artistic culture. The splendid views are still protagonists from its extraordinary swimming pool, landscaped areas, courtyard and Mudejar fountain, Cupulín function room and terrace.
The bedrooms are spacious, bright, and in exquisite taste thanks to the classical decoration which, along with the Sevillian tiles, enhances the value of this 14th c. fortress. The Bermejo function room stands out, with its rugs and numerous antiques.
The refectory, fitted out as a dining room and recognized as one of
the most beautiful of the Paradores, presents delicious seasonal and local
dishes, with specialties such as "cartuja de perdiz" (partridge with vegetables)
and Carmona spicy spinach.
What to eat...
Partridge and codfish pies Enjoy the tasty local dishes offered to you by this Parador. Among them, we recommend you the `cartuja` (stuffed pie) of partridge, of codfish, the spicy spinaches of Carmona, `ardoria` (kind of fish) and `boronía`. You choose the dessert out of a rich dinner bufet.
HOW TO GET THERE:
Dominating the town, the Parador de Carmona, fortress of King Pedro, is 30 km from the city of Sevilla. The main access to monumental walks around the historical centre is the E-05, Autovía de Andalucía, from Sevilla to Cordoba or vice versa.