C/ Cort Reial, 14
972 218 120
This is what I call value for money, and…. with a very charming host Liza, who has loads of information as per request! We needed accommodation for 4 and this apartment offered us the privacy we were looking for: A separate bedroom for each of us, a kitchen to prepare a light meal, a dining room and a large balcony to have a drink and chill out. Gerona historic centre is only 5 minutes walk. Wi-Fi is available in the pub in the street, and groceries are available around the corner. For those whose Spanish is about the same as mine: Liza is fluent in English as well. Next time we visit Gerona we will be back!
(Holland) (November 2012)
Dear Lisa, Many thanks for your welcome. Apartment was perfect and we spent a marvelous moment together during this stay. Apartment warm and beautiful. Comfort and facilities, all accesses near the city center have permitted to spend a very good and exciting moment in Girona where we'll surely come back.(Tourism Students, France) (November 2012)
We've prefered take off all clothes and put them at the same place to make your work easier after our departure. we maintined the state of apartment (without 'fiestas') as it was ours apartment!
So we hope you'll be enjoyed. Thankyou all students. See you soon
About 500 AC, a group from the Iberian tribe of indiketes built what would be the first walled village of Peralada.Transformed into the centre of a country from the Carolingian Empire in the 9th Century, Peralada became one of the main capitals of l'Empordà throughout the Medieval Age. From this bright period there are still many buildings and monuments left which make the delights of the visitor who discovers the secrets of a millennial village.Still, most people only ever see Peralada on a warm summer's evening, dressed to the nine's en route to a concert in the castle grounds during the annual festival. And some don't go to the concert but stay in the casino or the al fresco dining terrace! The village is well worth seeing however, during the day, combined with other medieval villages.
In Peralada the visitor has the opportunity to visit one of the most spectacular, private collections of Catalonia; the Castle's Museum, which is located inside the antique Carme's convent.The cloister and the Gothic church are two of the convent's original dependencies that can be visited. A library with around 80.000 volumes and more than 1000 editions of El Quijote is another appeal of this visit, which follows with the Glass Museum, with on of the best and biggest collections of the world. And, eventually, the Wine's Museum, which was created in the 60's in the wine cellar where until that date Peralada's wines were produced. All the elements and objects exposed are from the wine's culture in any of its phases.
Timetable:From 1st July until 15th September. Guided visits every hour o'clock. Opened every day. From 16th September until 30th June. Opened every day save on Sundays and holiday's afternoons. On Mondays it is closed the whole day.for the casino