The house spreads over four floors, three of which have direct access to the outdoors, taking advantage of the peculiar unevenness of the rock on which it sits. The interior is decorated with original antique furniture from the house, which has been carefully restored. A noteworthy feature is the protrusion of the rock into the living room area, which creates a very cosy ambiance.
The exterior features a charming porch with chairs where guests can relax and chat into the evening while enjoying the fresh air. One of the great attractions of Cal Moixó is its swimming pool, surrounded by a sun deck and lawn. And we could not fail to mention the barbecue, where you can enjoy outdoor meals without having to miss the magnificent views for a single second. Guests can take day trips to various points of interest, such as the Romanesque church of Sant Martí, the medieval bridge over the Llobregat and the Romanesque church of Sant Andreu de Cal Pallot, known for its murals.