Where to sleep in Medina Sidonia

Guide to sleep in Medina Sidonia

This town is located on the top of a visible hill. It is a town of several years of history and it was the capital of a Muslim province until it was attacked by the Vikings. Queen Blanca de Borbón was murdered in her castle and for six centuries she gave her name to the oldest avocado in Spain. Some of the main points of interest to visit in Medina Sidonia are its Puesta de Belén, its Church of Santiago or the Church of Santa María La Coronada. If you plan to sleep in Medina Sidonia, read on to see our suggestions and be able to choose more easily.

Dónde dormir en Medina Sidonia
Church of Santa María La Coronada
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Bell tower of the Church of Santiago

Our favourite accommodation to sleep in Medina Sidonia is the Tugasa Hotel Medina Sidonia, which is located in a very old house with a majestic architecture. It also preserves parts of the old wall of the town. This accommodation is located in the historical centre of the town. Its rooms are double, with a correct and simple decoration. The meals and breakfasts of the restaurant are very good in quantity and quality.

We would also like to recommend the Hotel Restaurante La Villoría, a more modern hotel than the previous one. It offers services such as a swimming pool or a paddle court. Pets are allowed and it has a babysitting service. For an additional fee, you can get a transport to go to the beach, which is 30 minutes away by car. The white colour predominates in the rooms, so it gives them a great brightness and spaciousness to the spaces, and also a great feeling of cleanliness. It is important to mention the restaurant, which has lots of specialties made with products from the garden.

Dónde dormir en Medina Sidonia
Dónde dormir en Medina Sidonia

One of the closest locations if you do not want to sleep in Medina Sidonia, is Los Badalejos, where we recommend you to stay in Molino de Badalejos, apartments that occupy an old watermill and that preserves many details of the original construction. Each apartment has a single bedroom with capacity for 2 and 3 people. Its spaces are very spacious and they have high ceilings. Decoration is quite common, you could say that you are at home, which makes this accommodation very normal and practical.

Dónde dormir en Medina Sidonia

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