On this Burricleta tour, you start at Gualta (9th century), going over its distinctive romanic medieval bridge (14th century) to go to Llabià (11th century) which is on a hill from where you can see the romanic bridge that links Empúries with the iberian town of Ullastret (4th century BC). This is now a museum which you can visit if you want to.
The next stop is the walled town of Peratallada (10th century), very well preserved around the castle which gives it recognition as a National Place of Cultural Interest.
The first president of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Berenguer de Cruïlles (14th century) came from Peratallada. Go to the tourist information office that you will find in the Plaça del Castell.
Going through the centre of Pantaleu (11th century) and Sant feliu de Boada (11th century), you’ll arrive at Vila Reial de Pals (9th century) which is also very well preserved.
The pre-romanic church of Santa julià de Boada (10th century), Fontclara, Fontanilles (10th century) and again Gualta will bring you to the end of this little adventure through historic towns and pretty pathways