70-hectare estate located in the Vall del Micanyo, a beautiful natural setting within the Muntanyes de Prades, which is named after the creek that runs through these lands. The house was built in 1870 and used to grow vines, although it was abandoned after the wine blight epidemic. It has now been refurbished and specialises in organically-grown almonds. It has two separate dwellings for four and eight guests.
Nearby guests can enjoy hiking, mountain biking and canyoning in the Prades mountains. Among the most interesting visits include the town of Valls, famous for being the capital of calçotades, the city of Reus, birthplace of modernism and of Antoni Gaudí, and the city of Tarragona, with an impressive architectural heritage from Roman times. The beaches of the Costa Daurada and the PortAventura theme park are within a half-hour drive.