Cal Butifarra was built in the 19th century and renovated in 2003 as rural accommodation. It is located in the village of Vilosell, in Les Garrigues region. The house sleeps four people and has a bar-restaurant in the building.
Vilosell is a small town with a medieval centre and is in the middle of the Cistercian Route, just 10 minutes from the iconic Monastery of Poblet, founded in 1150 and listed as a World Heritage site. It is also close to the Romanesque monasteries of Santes Creus and Vallbona de les Monges. Guests can also visit the city of Tarragona, with its monumental archaeological ensemble consisting of the amphitheatre and Roman circus, which was declared a World Heritage site in the year 2000, or enjoy the beaches of the Costa Daurada.