Llémena valley, space where Mas el Molí is situated, is one of the natural places best preserved of Girona zone. The geographical situation and the beauty of its environment, give the perfect conditions to enjoy a big diversity of leisure, cultural, sportive and gastronomic possibilities for everybody. click here
The Garrotxa’s Volcanic Zone is the best example of volcanic terrain on the Iberian Peninsula. It has 40 volcanic cones and more than 20 lava flows. The mountain landscape, the sun and climate provide a variety of vegetation, often exuberant, with holm oaks, common oaks and beech trees of exceptional value to the landscape. click here
The medieval town of Besalú was designated as a historical national property in 1966. The town’s most significant feature is its 12th-century Romanesque bridge over the Fluvià river, which features a gateway at its midpoint. The church of Sant Pere was consecrated in 1003. The town features arcaded streets and squares and also a restored mikveh, a ritual Jewish bath dating from the eleventh or twelfth century, as well as the remains of a medieval synagogue, located in the lower town near the river. click here
Santa Pau is a beautiful small medieval village situated next Santa Margarita and Croscat volcanos.
Girona Girona has all the charm of a large city but without the crowds; a very “human-sized” city that will leave you walking around awestruck with your eyes wide open and your mouth agape at all it has to offer: its streets, festivals, cultural activities, restaurants, tourist services and events. Make the most of your visit at any time of year.
Eastern Pyrenees and Costa Brava: The special geographical situation of Mas el Molí makes quite easy to go for one side to the mediterranean beaches and towns of Costa Brava and in the other side to the alpine zone of the eastern Pyrenees. click here