Take a tour of Spanish Town of Peratallada in Peratallada, Spain – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
While gazing upon the north eastern Spanish town of Peratallada, it is easy to see why its name means "carved stone".
The cobbled streets of this walled medieval town wind like a maze through the buildings.
The stones of these ancient structures have been worn by the passing of years, but they are still beautiful.
The outer walls of this city remain from its medieval era, when it was necessary for even small towns to be strongly fortified.
This monochromatic town affords visitors such landmarks as its Romanesque church, built in the thirteenth century.
Peratallada has a powerful sense of history and authenticity, and is a uniquely magical place.