A festival of clowns, music, circus and theatre fills the streets of Vilanova de la Muga. This diverse festival offers fun and attractions for all ages- get to know the curious figure with the red nose and the big shoes!
Visit the medieval town centre and discover the history of Peralada.
The tradition of festivals and fairs has seen a great revival in recent years. There is a full programme of events close to the hearts of the people of Peralada and open to all visitors to the town.
Peralada is a great place for walks and there are diverse routes and itineraries suitable as much for cycling as for walking. These routes are apt for all members of the public.
Find out about all the activities you can do in and around Peralada.
Ramon Muntaner was born in Peralada in 1265. In 2015 we commemorate 750 years since his birth.
The heritage of Peralada is reflected in its collection of monuments. One of its most important historical elements is the XII century Romanesque cloister of Saint Domènec.
The Castle of Peralada, from the 14th century, is an important and complex artistic ensemble. The former fortess was destroyed along with the town in1285 and extensions were added in the Late Middle Ages.
Perelada produces wines with character, presence and international renown. Their ambition is to reflect the personality of their single vineyard estates and to ensure that each bottle expresses the rich bounty and nuances of the Empordà.
Discover the most important historical elements and characters of our town on the historic route.
Vilanova de la Muga is a village of 250 inhabitants and is situated besides the Muga river on the wetlands of Empordà. Of particular interest is the XI century Roman church, noted for its highly valuable murals.
It is a historical park that preserves the essence of its origin, designed by landscape architect Franco-Belgian François Duvillers