Can Serola and its surroundings

Descubrir y explorar

Discover and explore

Can Serola located in the Alta Garrotxa, Area of Natural Interest and Protection of Birds, with its valleys, where you can discover waterfalls and rocky slopes, the Romanesque bridge of Llierca, and walk along the 6 signposted pedestrian routes between Sadernes, Sant Aniol from Aguja y Bassegoda. 20 minutes from Castellfollit de la Roca to admire the basaltic slopes, visit the Fageda d’en Jordà, in the heart of the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone, enter the crater of a volcano such as Santa Margarita or browse the mountains Volcano Croscat. The medieval towns of Santa Pau and Besalú. The Romanesque churches of Alta Garrotxa and Vall de Bianya, Lake Banyoles, stroll in the modernist Olot. And 30 minutes from Girona to spend the day or Figueres to visit the Dali museum
Desconexion-conexion

Connect-Disconnet

Live a experience, a connection to Can Serola. I have been here for many years, some of you have abandoned me, but I am waiting for you with open arms to find and reconnect you with what you should never have disconnected. I want to facilitate the scenarios and the moments, the silences and the songs, enjoy the little things. To connect with your real self, you must disconnect. Enjoy a good book, relax in the jacuzzi, spend time in the natural pools, wet your feet, listen to the birds singing on a terrace, swim in the pool, think with the clouds, ask the stars and share the moon. Can Serola, an inner journey.
Séjour de 4 jours à Can Serola

Stay 4 days in Can Serola

Day 1 – Enjoy Can Serola

Day 2 – Walk along the circular road in the heart of the natural park that crosses the Fageda d’en Jordà, the volcanoes of Santa Margarida and Croscat and visit the medieval village of Santa Pau.

Day 3 – Discovery of the Dalí triangle: Figueres, Cadaqués / Portlligat and Púbol.

Day 4 – Hiking in the vicinity of Can Serola, Llierca Bridge, Sadernes, Sant Aniol d’Aguja

Sefarad Le passé et le présent juif

Sefarad: Le passé et le présent juif

Visit Girona, Europe’s best preserved Jewish quarter and the Jewish History Museum, which is located in the last synagogue.
Besalú preserves some treasures of the Jewish life that it has hosted, such as the twelfth century Micve (purification bath) located near the Fluvia river and the remains of the synagogue.
Castelló of Empúries where you can see the streets and buildings that were part of the most remarkable Jewish quatier in the area, and the Curia History Museum with archaeological elements from the Jewish period.

Enjoy a Sépharad dinner at Can Serola.