A large country house located on the Illa de Buda, an island formed by river sediments when flowing into the sea. In its day it was a venue for the families of farm labourers and is currently used for rural accommodation. It consists of two houses. The largest has six bedrooms, three complete bathrooms, a spacious living room/dining room, a lounge and a kitchen. The smallest has five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a living room/dining room with an open kitchen.
The island is part of the Parc Natural del Delta de l'Ebre, an area particularly suitable for hiking, cycling, fishing and water sports. It is an excellent place for birdwatching as it is one of the most important wetlands in southern Europe and has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.