Peralada had a double walled enclosure, of which only a few traces remain. The oldest, likely from the 10th-11th centuries, is made of rough ashlars arranged in a zig-zag design. A section of wall on Carrer Sant Sebastià has been preserved, as well as another section on Carrer Sota Muralla, with overlapping constructions from the 18th century that break up the wall’s continuity. A square tower, visible from Carrer Sota Muralla, sits between the two stretches of wall. Two portals in this ancient enclosure remain: one on Costa de Les Monges, with a voussoir semi-circular arch, and another in Plaça de Sant Domènec. The second walled enclosure was extended on the south-east side, where a new portal was opened that leads to Plaça de la Font when entering the village and to the Sant Sebastià chapel and the Vilabertran road when leaving.
Carrer De Sota Muralla 20, 17491 Perelada, Provincia de Gerona, España