Masia del Bell Sola has undergone modifications and extensions throughout history, adapting to the needs of its owners at all times. It served as a refuge for smugglers and Republican soldiers during the Spanish civil war, though the most famous person it protected was Joan Pujol, El Garbo, a British double agent who had infiltrated the Nazi ranks.
The house has 5 rooms spread over 220 square metres of living area, which also has a fully equipped kitchen and a large living room with fireplace. Outside, there is a large porch with barbecue for outdoor lunches. It also has a swimming pool in a small idyllic garden surrounded by trees and flowers. The entire complex is located on an estate of 10 hectares traversed by a stream with waterfalls, forming a natural pool.