This 14th-century palace in the old town provides a noble setting, with elegant public spaces filled with antiques. Guest rooms are comfortable and decorated in soft cream tones offset by stone walls and heavy wood beams. The restaurant, Torreorgaz, with tables on the terrace in summer, offers dishes such as solomillo de ibérico a la Torta del Casar (fillet of ibérico pig with creamy Torta del Casar sheep's cheese) or cabrito asado al romero (young goat
roasted with rosemary). Friday to Sunday the parador's wine cellar, Enoteca Torreorgaz, holds wine tastings.