Casa Rovira is one of the typical houses in this area, which emerged in the 18th century as a result of migratory flocks that passed through and stopped here. It consists of three floors, heated by geothermal heating, demonstrating the environmental awareness of the establishment. On the ground floor, in addition to the living room with fireplace and the kitchen-dining room with a table for 18 people, there is a heated spa area open throughout the year. All rooms except one, adapted for disabled people, are on the upper floors, along with the games room and reading room.
In the outside garden, there is a porch and barbecue with firewood included. The establishment is a good starting point for many excursions and hiking, mountain biking, 4x4 or quad bikes, as well as other active tourism and leisure activities.