This is where the locals live their day-to-day lives. From the breakfast they eat in the morning and the shopping they do during the day-time to the parties they throw on the night, Dalt Vila is the home of the locals.
With a very Roman-like feel to it, explorers of Dalt Vila would enter the narrow, cobbled streets up a gradual steep slow leading to the infamous drawbridge crossing through the Portal de Ses Taules. After admiring the fascinating Roman structures surrounding it, you then arrive into a courtyard full of history and tradition.
On the other hand, if you are still feeling the heavy hangover from the previous night’s audacious antics, you can take the more gradual walk into Dalt Vila through Portal Nou, however you may wish to be in a more sober condition when walking this way as you will miss out on so much of the incredible scenery en route to the courtyard.
With Gothic Catalan buildings and captivating art galleries and gift shops present on the walk up to the cathedral, they are definitely worth checking out as they are full of culture and display what the local people are capable of with their distinct and unique works of art.
Not only that, but Dalt Vila is also home to some of the most exquisite hotels and restaurants the White Isle has to offer. With such breath-taking hotels as Hotel Mirador de Dalt Vila and La Torre del Canonigo located nearby, why wouldn’t you want to stay in Dalt Vila?