The Old Village in Pals is a group of medieval buildings walled in the town of Pals, Girona.
The historic center of Pals has the ruins of a castle, where remains the main tower, or Tower of the Hours (Clock Tower), in Romanesque style, dating from the eleventh and thirteenth centuries. Around this tower you can find souvenir and craft shops. Walking through the streetswe can find also a Gothic church, the Saint Peter Church, the main square, the Town Hall or Casa de la Vila and a viewpoint called Josep Pla from which you can see wetlands and the Medes Islands. There is also the Museum of Underwater Archaeology located in the House of Culture Ca La Pruna, a fortified house from 15th century.
All the Old Village has been rehabilitated and is a delight to stroll through its cobbled streets with arcades. The city wall has four square towers dating from the sixth century.