The cottage is located on the grounds of Can Llovera, a beautiful late-13th-century country house. Cal Rajoler was built as an annex to the main house in the mid-19th century as housing for the settlers and has been converted into rural accommodation with all the necessary amenities. It is characterized by the large surrounding garden with lawns, trees, a fenced pool and a charming, wisteria-covered porch. The rooms are bright and spacious and decorated in an elegant rustic style.
Hiking, cycling, horse riding, golf, skydiving are all available nearby, as are numerous water sports at the nearby Costa Brava beaches. Notable visits include the Museu del Joguet of Catalonia and the Teatre-Museu Dalí, both in Figueres, the Casa-Museu Dalí in Cadaqués, the Sant Pere de Rodes monastery, located within the Parc Natural Cap de Creus and Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls de l’Empordà.