Sos del Rey Católico
Sos del Rey Catolico is a visit into the past. Located on rocky and elevated terrain, this important border town served well as a stronghold from the year 907 when it for Sancho I of Pamplona. It was incorporated in 1044 by Ramiro I into the Kingdom of Aragon. In the year 1452, during the Navarra Civil War, Queen Juana Enríquez de Córdoba moved to the town, then called “Sos”. There she gave birth to the infante Ferdinand on March 10, 1452, who later became Ferdinand II of Aragon, one of the Catholic Monarchs.
We are in the province of Aragon, a province that showcases the fascinating history of the region through its castles, churches, monasteries and towers all against the backdrop of stunning scenery. With magnificent views of the white capped Pyrenees, Sos Del Rey Catolico is a small town In Aragon bordering the province of Navarra. The intertwining histories of Navarra and Aragon make for better drama than anyone could invent: plots, betrayals, revenge and war enough to fill anyone’s imagination. Sos del Rey Catolico was declared of historic -artistic and Cultural interest in the year 1968. The town is a stroll into medieval Europe along its exceptionally restored narrow cobblestone streets with its walls, churches, the Plaza de la Villa and the Palace of Sada, not to mention the birthplace of Fernando el Católico in the year 1452.
This historic accommodation is located in a stately historic Aragonese building converted into a luxury hotel. The elegant décor with its interior columns, views of the pre-Pyrenees and its Castilian-style furnishings takes you on a journey into the past: Step into the Middle ages as you stroll this exceptionally well preserved historic village with its the city walls, churches, Plaza de la Villa and Palacio de los Sada.