At La Pera, you can visit four small villages: La Pera, Púbol, Pedrinyà and Riuràs. Each of these villages has its own character and mediaeval past waiting to be discovered. We encourage you to stroll through the narrow streets and get to know them better.
La Pera of prehistoric origin, developed in the Middle Ages, La Pera is the capital of the municipality today.
Púbol an important barony of feudal origin (11th century), it has one of the most highly visited museums in Catalonia: the Gala-Dalí Castle, which is part of the famous Dalí Triangle, along with Figueres and Portlligat.
Pedrinyà documented since the 10th century, it used to belong to the barony of Púbol and contains the Church of Sant Andreu de Pedrinyà, one of the best examples of Romanesque art in the Empordà region.
Riuràs a hamlet consisting of six farmhouses, Riuràs was first documented in 1017. It has narrow cobbled streets, vaults and 17th-century farmhouses.