early morning start
The medieval walled city of Morella
Historic Old Town of Valderrobres
Walking up to the Picosa from the masia
The Parrizal Gorge walk in the National Park near Beceite
Swimming in the El salt waterfall or the other turquoise pools
A meal at la Torre del Visco Relais & Chateaux.
Watching the Ibex from the Masiat
The Picasso museum and old town of Horta
A day trip to the coast for water sports and seafood.
Kayaking – there is a beautiful lake in the valley below the masia.
Fishing – This can be arranged in the mountain streams or the mighty Ebro.
There are several organisations which run trips into the mountains
We have a couple of bikes at the masia and there are loads of biking trails in the area.
The old railway line has been converted into a bike route all the way to the coast and be driven back.
There are some wonderful places you explore by horse throughout the region
From the masia’s privileged position its easy to spot Ibex in the evening as well as red squirrels.
Luis can take you on a 4×4 trip around the National Park to see some of Spain’s incredible wilderness.
This can be arranged in advance for Trophies or wild boar.
Use our telescope to make to see the incredible stars in the area of no light pollution and clear skies
The medieval village of la Fresneda with lunch at Matarrana restaurant
The Civil War ruined village of Cobrera del Ebro
The Church of Bordon with its ancient frescoes and lunch in the Zorita monastery
Penarroya Virgen de La Fuente convent and ethnographic museum Lo masmut.
Fossil hunting at Masíat
Dinosaur Museum Penarroya.
Visiting local fiestas, particularly in August
The coast, beaches and water sports at San Carlos de La Rapita
A unique environmental hands on attraction in our village
Visit to Port Aventura theme park nearReus – all day trip or before flight.