Mas Teixidor is a rural Catalonian community dating back to the 14th century, located at the crossroads of three regions: Garrotxa, Gironès and Alt Empordà. It is located in Pedrinyà, in the municipality of Crespià, in the north of the region of El Pla de l'Estany. It consists of a main farmhouse and five separate rural lodgings. The communal area features gardens, a barbecue, kitchen garden, children's playground, swimming pool and pool room, and the owners' livestock farm.
El Til·ler de Mas Teixidor is one of the three cottages in the area called Los Pelegrins (The Pilgrims), named after the pilgrims who used to be offered sprigs of thyme on their way to the shrine of Mare de Déu del Mont. The local area is ideal for walking, mountain biking and horse riding, and hot air ballooning.