External view of the Carme Convent

Detail of the Cloister of the Carme Convent

View of the Library

View of the Park from the Terrace of the Castle

Detail of the painting "Man with grapes", by Pere Borrell

The Peralada Castle Museum is located in an old 14th-century Carmelite convent.


The museum displays the private collections of the castle: the library, which contains nearly 100.000 books; the ceramics collection, featuring 1.000 different pieces; the glass collection, which is considered to be the most important in Spain and one of the largest collections in the world by a single owner, with more than 2.500 pieces; the cloister, which houses the stone collection; the Gothic church, with its 14th-century coffered ceiling; and the wine museum with a very complete display of objects related to the wine culture, dating from the 14th century onward.

The visit ends in a space that was created for the expansion of the winery and that, currently, has become a permanent exhibition dedicated to the historic Hispano-Suiza car company, belonging to the same owners of the Castle: The Suqué Mateu family.