The visit to the Iberian Village lasts an estimated 1 hour.
With mediaeval walls encircling a small village centre of steep, narrow streets situated on top of a hill, the site of the Romanesque parish church of San Pedro, we find the village of Ullastret, declared a historic-artistic monument.
Nothing remains of the Ullastret castle, save the walls of the lower enclosure, around the village of Ullastret. These walls, which present elements dated between the 13th and 16th centuries, preserve ten towers which stood between wall paintings, of which only one has a circular plan - perhaps the last to be built - while the rest have square plans, some without a facade facing the interior of the enclosure.
The district of Ullastret is also renowned for its Iberian village, dated between the 6th and 2nd centuries B.C., where even some prehistoric rubble is preserved.
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