Parador Baiona (Bayona)
Staying in the Parador Baiona (Bayona) (official name is Parador Conde De Gondomar) – across whose causeway you’ll walk directly into the town – you might feel somewhat like the former governor (whose fortified mansion this was) – like a highly privileged person overlooking their domain.
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It was here at Baiona (Bayona) that one of Columbus’ ships – the Pinta – landed with the first news of the discovery of the new world.
Though there is a replica of the Pinta for tourists to board and marvel at ("how in the world did they sail across vast unknown oceans in this little keg?!), the town itself has long ago faded from glory. Today it is a sedate little out-of-the-way place in the off season and a jumping beach scene in the high season.
The Parador Baiona occupies the whole of its own small, fortified peninsula – "Monte Real." Wandering out along the fortress walls and taking in the sea and harbor views is very pleasant after a splendid meal served in the fine Parador restaurant. The grounds are well lit, closed to the public, and guarded. Walking around the lit pathways on warm nights can be especially romantic. You’ll have a small pine forest and private beaches all to yourself! Parador Bayona really is a very special travel experience.
Parador Bayona (Baiona) hotel facilities: 2 Single bedrooms – 92 Twin bedrooms – 13 Double bedrooms – 5 Suites – Bar – Restaurant – Telephone – Heating – Air Conditioning – Satellite television – Minibar – Safe – Shop – Elevators – Garage – Car park – Children’s play area – Currency exchange – Tennis court – Gymnasium – Sauna – Seasonal swimming pool – Golf (40 kms) – Garden – Conference Facilities – Facilities disabled persons
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