Where To Eat
After enjoying the Toy Museum, it may be a nice idea to visit this restaurant. Italian and Mediterranean dishes here are mouthwatering.
Fogar do Santiso Restaurant
Meat lover? This is the place for you! They have excellent barbecue steaks served with vegetables that are grown in their own farms so everything is fresh and healthy.
Centro Social Restaurant
The atmosphere in the restaurant is cozy and comfortable, filled with interesting art. The location is amazing, there are some outdoor tables facing an inner courtyard and the beautiful garden. Food is also Mediterranean and made with fresh ingredients.
Another great choice to eat near the Toy Museum. PETISCOS is famous for serving Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine and divine desserts.
A Fabrica de Vilanova Restaurant
Excellent Mediterranean homemade food with amazing views of the river, can’t ask for more.! A little bit on the expensive side but you can also have a local beer or a glass of wine instead of dining and enjoy the river views.
Where To Stay
Being in a Medieval Village, I’m going to recommend the best hotels to experience the atmosphere of the town staying in old stone buildings. There is also a more modern option Hotel & Spa if that is your preference.
Portelo Rural Hotel
A beautifully restored stone, town house located in the historical centre of Allariz. The lounge, the library, and the garden give this cozy hotel a wonderful atmosphere.
Torre Lombarda Hotel
Full of history, this building from the XV century was the main defense spot in Allariz. Its location near the Historic District and its rooms with views on the river is perfect for those looking for peace and being in contact with nature.
A Lareira Hotel
This is a small stone house in the center of Allariz. It only has three bedrooms but it gives you a sense of staying in a family home with the first floor dedicated to the main living quarters and the bedrooms on the second floor.
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