David’s Been Here is traveling Spain’s Costa Brava region in day trips and search of the area attractions. Within this video, team and David head to the medieval town of Peratallada. Meaning”carved rock”, this Spanish coastal destination is comprised of lovely stone buildings, picturesque passageways and a few excellent restaurants. The first documentation of the town dates back to 1065, although evidence of Visigoth and Roman settlers imply that the town dates back much further. If you’re looking for a great spot to explore, have lunch (attempt Restaurant Would Nau) or shoot some incredible photographs, this medieval destination is the perfect place to prevent.
Special thanks to Costa Brava Tourism.