The Peralada Castle, which dates back to the 14th century, is an important artistic complex which was completed in the second half of the 19th century. It comprises the castle itself, the park and the Carmelite convent, which is now the museum and library of the Peralada Castle. It’s a good idea to devote a whole day to visit the different areas of the castle and the Castell de Peralada winery.
The different tour options available offer visitors the chance to learn the secrets of winemaking. You can visit the Malaveïna vineyards, one of the five estates that Castell Peralada owns in the Empordà region, as well as the room with 5,500 barrels or the historic Gran Claustro cellar, where wine has been made since the Middle Ages.