Sos del Rey Católico impresses you when you enter through one of its seven gateways. It is a well looked after medieval town and has many tourist amenities. In it you can find the Casa del Infanzón, a charming place, in the Jewish quarter with a well decorated room and a nice breakfast.
We were in the Sos Parador at Easter a few years ago, and we loved it. It is an imposing building reminiscent of Castilian fortresses, perched on a small hill which offers a beautiful view of the Aragon countryside.
The bedroom was very spacious, with a large double bed, a fantastic bathroom with its huge bath, and medieval inspired decoration.
Breakfast was very complete, including regional products such as cooked meats and cheeses. We also had dinner in the Parador, we loved both the salads and the meats prepared on the griddle and typical of Aragon.
The village of Sos is a tiny medieval village in an excellent state of preservation, walled and with a criss-cross of small streets in the Jewish quarter in which it is a delight to get lost.