Peralta may refer to:


  • Peralta, Navarre, village in the South of Navarre, Spain
  • Peralta, New Mexico, village south of Albuquerque (United States)
  • Peralta (Mesoamerican site), pre-Columbian Mesoamerican archaeological site in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico
  • Peralta Villa, Oakland, California, neighborhood of Oakland, California
  • The Peralta Community College District, in the East Bay, California, United States
  • Peralta Rancho San Antonio, rancho in the East Bay, California, United States


  • Chad Peralta (born 1985), Filipino-Australian singer and actor
  • Felipe Peralta (born 1962), Paraguayan football (soccer) midfielder
  • Gonzalo Peralta (born 1980), Argentine football (soccer) player
  • Gregorio Peralta (1935–2001), Argentine boxer
  • Jhonny Peralta (born 1982), shortstop for the Detroit Tigers
  • Joel Peralta (born 1976), relief pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays
  • José Francisco de Peralta (April 3, 1786 - September 16, 1844), Costa Rican priest and politician
  • Luís María Peralta (1759-1851), soldier and owner of Rancho San Antonio
  • María Teresa de Larraín y Guzmán Peralta (March 2, 1785 - c. 1840), former First Lady of Chile and wife of President Agustín Eyzaguirre.
  • Osvaldo Peralta (born 1971), a Paraguayan football (soccer) defender
  • Pedro de Peralta, (about 1583-1659) Spanish governor of Santa Fé de Nuevo México (1609-1614)
  • Rafael Peralta (1979-2004), U.S. Marine nominated for the Medal of Honor
  • Sixto Peralta (born 1979), Argentine football player
  • Stacy Peralta (born 1957), American director and former professional skateboarder
  • Walter Horacio Peralta Saracho (born 1982), Uruguayan football (soccer) player

Other uses:

  • Peralta (chocolate), a brand of Belgian chocolates
  • Peralta (ferry), a 1930s San Francisco ferry whose hull is now part of the Kalakala
  • SS Peralta, a concrete oil tanker, converted to a breakwater
  • Peralta land grant, a forgery created by James Reavis who claimed title to much of Arizona and New Mexico.
  • Peralta Home the first brick house built in Alameda County, San Leandro, California.
  • Giraffa camelopardalis peralta, the West African Giraffe

Other articles related to "peralta":

Atrévete A Soñar - Cast - Peralta Castro Family
... the clinic of Rodrigo creating nutritious magic prescriptions, Rodrigo Peralta (René Strickler) - Main Male Co-Protagonist - In the end, Rodrigo and Ana have four other children ... Christina Peralta (Julissa) - In the end, Adolfo and Cristina travelled during years in the cruise of the love, without ticket of return ... Rodri Castro Peralta - Son of Ana and Rodrigo, baby brother of Patito ...
Sluggo Boyce - Mid Career
... Sluggo caught the eye of Stacey Peralta, director of the Dog-town documentary, and owner of Powell Peralta Skateboards ... Real Skateboards owned by Tommy Guererro and Jim Thiebaud from Peralta’s world famous "Bones Brigade" ...
Chicago Cubs Minor League Players - Players - Starling Peralta
... Starling Peralta Chicago Cubs Pitcher Born (1990-11-11) November 11, 1990 (age 22) Nagua, Maria Trinidad Sanchez, Dominican Republic Bats Right Throws Right Starling Peralta (born November 11, 1990) is a Dominican ... Peralta was suspended by Major League Baseball for fifty games in 2008 for using performance-enhancing drugs ... The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Peralta in the 2012 Rule 5 draft, but returned him to the Cubs prior to the 2013 season ...
Peralta (Mesoamerican Site)
... Peralta is a prehispanic mesoamerican archaeological site located in the municipality of Abasolo, Guanajuato, just outside the village of San Jose de. 12.5 km, then turnoff southwest (right) to San Jose de Peralta ... Peralta and the Bajio Tradition are part of a regional culture, its architecture and ceramic works are different from other mesoamerican societies ...
Austin Peralta - Biography
... Peralta was a piano player devoted to music from a very young age, starting piano lessons at the age of six and eventually studying with Eleanor Lindboe, Sara Banta at Pepperdine University, the noted jazz pianist ... Peralta won the Shelly Manne New Talent Award given by the Los Angeles Jazz Society in 2003, presented to him by Quincy Jones, at the age of 13 ... At age 15, Peralta was a featured performer at the 2006 Tokyo Jazz Festival, appearing with his own trio, and performing live with major jazz and jazz fusion stars Chick Corea, Hank Jones, Sadao Watanabe, John ...