La Torra de Llobera dates back to the 12th century and was built in four phases. It was expanded in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and finally rehabilitated in the year 2000 to make three rural lodgings (on the three floors of the house) that can be rented as separate apartments. Located in the municipality of Llobera, guests can discover the cultural heritage of Solsona, visit the Cardona salt mines or practice mountain sports, as it is in the pre-Pyrenees area of Lleida.
La Torra de Llobera 3 is on the top floor of this house. It covers 120 square metres and has a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen and a barbecue in the dining room. It has one triple and one double room and a bathroom, i.e., it accommodates four to six people. It is also possible to rent the entire house for 15 people. Outside there are the communal spaces such as the pool, playground and a covered car park. It is an ideal place to enjoy nature and tranquillity.