Arrival: Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Check for other dates. rustica renovated house of 180 m2 on three floors, has three double bedrooms, two with double bed and one with single beds and double bed, 3 full bath, living room with open kitchen. The third floor has another lounge overlooking the Ebro River and Castle Mirabet from this room we accede to the terrace to enjoy sun, barbecue or to watch the stars. The village of Rasquera picturesque streets invites us to discover the beautiful places where you can enjoy peace and quiet, the swimming pool is a must for the hot days to cool off and sunbathe and a soda. In the surroundings you can enjoy visits to various caves, vintners, excursions on foot or bike and adventure sports. Rasquera is located 20 km from beautiful beaches, 30 min from the Ebro Delta and 45 minutes from Port Aventura.
This is a rare opportunity to experience luxury holiday rental accommodation and one of the most spectacular views over the River Ebro. Nestled in the historic village of Miravet, Casa Petita has undergone full restoration Resulting in a perfect balance between the contemporary and the traditional. Thought to be one of the most magnificent houses comfort in Miravet, the accommodation Allows visitors the opportunity to experience everything the area offers did whilst living in total. Casa Petita is a stunning luxury period 1 bedroom townhouse with outstanding views in a prominent position on the waters edge, with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The townhouse has three floors: one room on the entrance with separate toilet, living room in the middle with fully equipped kitchen and a bedroom on the third floor with a 2 x 2m bed. Our guests are very welcome to use our private jetty Which belongs to Casa Gran B & B. Please ask if you like to book optional breakfast.
Casa de Carrasco offers pet-friendly accommodations in Rasquera, just 29 miles from Salou. The property features views of the mountains and is 25 miles from Cambrils. The kitchenette has a refrigerator. A flat-screen TV is available. Other facilities at Casa de Carrasco include a year-round outdoor pool. La Pineda is 31 miles from Casa de Carrasco, and Reus is 29 miles from the property. A number of activities are available in the area, such as snorkeling and hiking. The nearest airport is Reus Airport, 31 miles from the property.
Located in Ginestar in the region of Catalonia, this vacation home and is 27 miles from Salou. The property features views of the mountains and is 23 miles from Cambrils. There is a dining area and a kitchen complete with a microwave, a toaster and refrigerator. A flat-screen TV and DVD player, as well as a computer are provided. Other facilities at Ca Garrio include a sun terrace. La Pineda is 29 miles from Ca Garrio, and Reus is 26 miles away. A variety of activities are available in the area, such as biking, fishing and canoeing. The nearest airport is Reus Airport, 28 miles from Ca Garrio.
Rural apartment with individual rooms, double bed, fully equipped kitchen, AA. AA, 20minutes quiet beach. 2 km of the river Ebro, 25 minutes from the Delta del Ebro, 45 minutes from Port Aventura. mountain area very well connected, with stunning scenery, mountains. Ideal for families with children, with the possibility of multiple activities in a very quiet area.
Casa La Sort is a detached holiday home situated in Rasquera in the Catalonia Region and is 28 miles from Salou. You can fire up the barbecue for a tasty meal and enjoy the garden in fair weather. Free private parking is available on site. The kitchen has a dishwasher and an oven, as well as a coffee machine. Towels and bed linen are provided at Casa La Sort. Other facilities at Casa La Sort include an outdoor pool. Casa La Sort is 35.9 miles from Delta del Ebro Natural Park and 7.5 miles from Via Verde. L'Ametlla de Mar is 18.6 miles away. The nearest airport is Reus Airport, 39.8 miles from the property.
The White House, built in 1843, is in a narrow street in Rasquera, a typical Catalan farming village, 150 kilometres south of Barcelona, in the foothills of the Sierra Cardó, three kilometres from the Ebro, Spain's longest river and 30 kms inland from Tortosa. The house has been renovated to provide three bedroom accommodation. The first and second storeys comprise a lounge, kitchen-dining room, double bedroom, two single bedrooms and a bathroom. Limited British satellite television is available. There is a small roof terrace, with sunbeds and chairs. Although the house has been fully restored and contains all modern amenities, it should be noted that it is not a modern hotel or beachside apartment. This is a genuine village house, restored and furnished in a simple manner. It is a place for those seeking the tranquility of an authentic Catalan village and the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Rasquera is a typical Catalan farming village about thirty kilometres inland from the unspoilt southern Costa Daurada and just four kilometres from the River Ebro. It has about 900 inhabitants. The village is 150 metres above the Ebro Valley, in the foothills of the Serra de Cardó, which reaches 941 metres at its highest point. A walk up to the Sant Domingo Hermitage, which overlooks Rasquera, will reveal that there are two Rasqueras: the hilly old quarter, whose streets wind round like a corkscrew, very narrow, with alleys, stone steps and arches; some houses are very photogenic, others are in need of renovation, but most are at least 150 years old. The newer part ( post Spanish Civil War ), has wider streets on a criss-cross pattern. There is a small supermarket, a corner shop, a pharmacy, a fishmongers, a butchers and an ATM machine. There are three bakers, producing not only fresh bread, but also 'Pastissets de Rasquera', a local speciality ( a pastry usually filled with fruit, or with chocolate or cream ), which is exported to other parts of Spain. There are also craft basket-weavers and a very small street market on Fridays. Good local wine can also be purchased. There are three bars: Bar de Baix in the lower square is small and dingy inside, but most customers sit outside at the tables which fill the square. In Summer, it is open until 1 a.m. Bar Marti is on the main street. It is large and basic, something like a social club. The older villagers gather there to watch football on the big screen. WiFi is available here. La Trobada, which is more modern and has good views across to the mountains, is on the edge of the village at the lower end. In all three bars, you pay when you leave. They will expect you to remember what you have had and pay accordingly. People are honest and trusting in Rasquera! There is also a restaurant in the main street and two small cafés/patisseries. There is a fine village swimming-pool ( open July to mid-September only. ) It is fully supervised, and entrance costs only two or three euros per day. The local language is Catalan, although the villagers also speak Spanish ( 'Castellano.' ) Everyone will speak to you. The greeting is 'Hola' or ( to the older villagers ) 'Bon Dia' or 'Bona Nit'. They will respond with 'Adeu', ( 'goodbye', but actually 'to God'). Late at night, the greeting is always 'Adeu' ( a-day-oo ). There are two fiestas each year. The first, in early May, is the 'goat festival', celebrating the days when Rasquera held the regional goat market. Local producers of wine, cheese, honey and crafts also display their produce. The main fiesta is in early August and lasts five days. It features traditional Catalan music and dancing, ballroom dancing, sporting events, 'correfocs' ( firework displays of a type which would not be allowed in the U.K. Wear old clothes and stand well back! ) and brass bands ( some at 6 o'clock in the morning ). Within 30 kilometres of Rasquera there are unspoilt beaches at l'Ametlla de Mar, a fishing town with plenty of small shops and restaurants, a picture-postcard harbour and a many small coves, and at Ampolla, which has an impressive marina and a long beach looking out towards the Ebro Delta. There are several good restaurants overlooking the marina. On the other side of the River Ebro is Miravet ( 6 kms by ferry ) which features a Templar castle overlooking the river. A tortuous drive into the mountains on that side of the Ebro will take you to the old town of Horta de Sant Joan, where there is a Picasso museum and several bodegas selling the local 'Terra Alta' wine at a euro a litre. However, Falset, on the road to Reus, is the centre for “Priorat,” one of Spain's most prestigious ( and expensive ) wine denominations. Also visit Corbera d'Ebre, near Gandesa, whose older, higher part, along with the church, was destroyed in the Civil War and left untouched, as a monument to the Battle of the Ebro. There is an excellent new Civil War Museum at Corbera, with another at Gandesa. The Ebro Delta, some 30 kilometres from Rasquera, in Spain's main rice-growing area, is a birdwatcher's paradise. There is a huge system of hides, with maps and information available from a number of Tourist Offices. The beaches stretch for miles and river cruises, with lunch, are available. The nearest town is Mora d'Ebre ( 15 kms ), which has a good selection of shops and restaurants, three large supermarkets, a dozen banks, three internet cafes and a hospital which is regarded as among the best in Spain. There are two other large supermarket a kilometre from Mora d'Ebre, on the other side of the Ebro, at Mora la Nova. For top quality shopping, travel 30 kilometres along the scenic Ebro valley to Tortosa, a small city partly destroyed during the Battle of the Ebro at the end of the Civil War, which boasts a fine cathedral in its Old Quarter and a castle above the city.
Are you weary of the rat race and longing for peace and a chance to refresh yourself? Then why not spend a week or two at our lovely environmentally-friendly cottage? Newly renovated remote mountain retreat in ten acres of olive terraces and herb-covered hillside, ideal for honeymoons and getting away from it all,with stunning 360 degree views and complete seclusion, yet under an hour's drive from beaches, historic towns, wineries, and Reus airport. And on a clear, sunny morning, as you do the washing-up, you can see the sun glinting off the Mediterranean in the far distance. This is a small two-storey retreat with french doors opening onto 2 terraces with gorgeous vistas and an exterior yoga deck for those sunrise salutations and meditation. Hiking and birdwatching are on your doorstep, and fishing in the River Ebro is a short drive away. The only sounds you will hear are the gentle ringing of distant goat bells from the herb-covered hillsides and there are no neighbours - complete seclusion is yours. On the days when you want to venture further, there are water sports, horse riding, and golf near El Perello, and a wide range of coastal resorts from L'Ampolla through La Platja de Miami to Cambrils, all within easy driving distance. And ask us about yoga and massage at our yoga retreat in the valley below.
Typical stone farmhouse restored with terrace and barbecue area. private estate, ideal for rest and relaxation, has two bedrooms, one larger with a double bed and direct access to the terrace and another smaller room with a bunk bed. It has chiimenea pellets as heating system. There is a Porcho with barbecue, table and benches to eat, all in the middle of fruit trees.