Can Pica was built in the 17th century in the neighbourhood of Hortsavinyà, in the Montnegre massif, and is fully restored. It has two floors, with all the services and public areas on the ground floor and six rooms upstairs. All rooms have natural light through windows or balconies. The fireplace room is probably the most comfortable place in the house where guests spend the most times, apart from the dining room.
The cuisine is one reason to stay at Can Pica. It offers Catalan cuisine with organic farming products, as well as its own organic garden. The team at the house has designed a programme of optional activities to promote awareness of the natural and cultural environment, such as courses on mushrooms and traces and remains of wildlife, guided walks, workshops on nest boxes and bread or recreational games through the woods.