Today we will take a stroll through the small village of Palau-Sator, which forms a part of the so-called “golden triangle” of ancient Catalan villages. This triangle, in addition to Palau-Sator, also includes Peratallada and Monels.
The village dates back to the IX century, now it is home to about 300 people. The size of the village is really tiny – about 120 by 170 meters.
Of the serious attractions can be noted, perhaps, only the clock tower of the XIV century; but in general the village has it’s unique medieval charm, so it’s nice to stroll on a day off.
You can see photos taken during our visit to Palau-Sator following the link.