Casa Pairal Espasa is a 17th-century country house in L'Espluga de Francolí which boasts views of the Prades and Poblet mountains located 300 metres from the village. It has been restored respecting the original architecture and materials, and can accommodate up to ten guests in five bedrooms. The house is fully furnished and features a garage, a patio bordering an orchard and an outdoor area with swings for children.
It is ideally located for exploring the nearby prehistoric caves of L'Espluga, including the Font Major cave, one of the longest in the world, discovering the source of the River Francolí, and, only three kilometres away, visiting the Real Monasterio de Poblet. In the village, guests can visit the L'Espluga de Francolí wine cooperative - the flagship building of Catalonian modernist wineries - and discover the Prades mountains, which are home to the Cistercian monastery.