Jarandilla is one of those charming towns that only grow more beautiful with time. Examples of non-ecclesiastical architecture include the house of Don Luis de Quijada and a number of medieval bridges. There are also many religious buildings, including San Francisco Monastery and Ntra. Sra. de la Torre Church.
And you are sure to love the festival known as Los Escobazos, which is held on December 7 each year. At the high point of the festivities, the Virgin’s standard is carried through Jarandilla by a rider on horseback accompanied by a number of other riders, and the entire town takes to the streets with burning brooms.
If you are a nature lover, you will enjoy visiting wonderful nearby spots such as the Jaranda Gorge and neighboring towns such as Garganta la Olla. You can hikethrough gorgeous sections of Extremadura, where the peace and tranquility of nature reign supreme.
- Indoor&Outdoor celebration.
- Exclusivity: only celebrated one wedding a day.
Highlights include the fortified towers, majestic parade ground, spacious gardens and swimming pool surrounded by orange and olive trees.
The castle can host a banquet-style wedding celebration for up to 200 guests, who will be able to enjoy a location filled with history, cozy facilities and exquisite traditional cuisine.
Unique features: Candy Bar & Sweet Treats (candy, cupcakes, cakes, etc.), Cheese Station, Gin & Tonic Station, Ham Carver, Brunch for Guests the Day after the Wedding.
Wedding set-up options: Lunch/Dinner, Imperial (long tables), Cocktail Party.
Additional services: Special Room Rate for Guests, Bathroom Cleaning Service for the Entire Event.
Are there churches nearby? Yes.
How to arrive
The Parador is approximately 215 km from Madrid. Take the N-V to Navalmoral de la Mata, then turn onto the EX-119