Serra-rica is a former and beautiful country house situated atop a small hill surrounded by forests of oak and poplar and ash and elm.
The house consists of a main body having its origins in the 11th century, but has been extended and modified throughout its history. The most significant extension was in the early 17th century when the original roof was raised and the annexed farm was built.
The adjacent buildings include the former barns of the house extended in the mid-19th century and where there are now three separate rural properties which have now been converted into welcoming and attractive areas, combining stone and wood, the old and new, beauty and comfort. The house has areas for organising workshops and seminars, as well as for taking part in spiritual tourism.