Masia Claudia is a holiday home that offers peace, nature and comfort. It is
It is a traditional Catalan farmhouse (15th century) that has been restored with all modern comforts. You enter the stunning house from a huge rustic entrance and arrive in a stunning court yard – with access to a quite unique swimming pool area with BBQ area, covered lounge area and a marvellous view. Next to the pool is also an indoor kitchen for outdoor dining.
The house itself is huge. Here all the huge bedrooms have flat TV’s and all have bathroom
en suite. It has a huge game hall with billiards, table tennis and a children play space. The kitchen is huge and has all modern facilities and there are 3 lounge areas. The house also has a small private church.
The feeling of luxury combined with peace and beauty makes Masia Claudia into the perfect holiday home for a large group of friends and family. Very easily accessed, but at the same time hidden from the road and from any populated area
Catalonie - Spain: In the north-east of the Iberian, on the Mediterranean side, and occupying a relatively small area lays Catalonia, one of Spain's most fascinating and diverse regions.Geographically and culturally, the splendour of Catalonia is so unique. It has a vast diversity of landscapes ranging from rocky coastlines to long flat beaches, from mountains to plains, and from marshlands to forest. It has great cosmopolitan cities such as the amazing Barcelona with its fantastic art nouveau buildings, or the historical Gerona and its great old Jewish quarter. It has small medieval mountain villages sitting at the foot of the Pyrenees and elegant coastal resorts in the sandy shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Catalonia has a distinct regional identity that borrows little form the rest of Spain. Catalans have their own language, and are intensely proud of their unique art, cuisine, folklore and long history. Ask the Catalans themselves and many will tell you that Catalonia is not a region but a Nation !
Urgell & Lleida: The region Urgell and Lleida stretches from the regional capitol Lleida along the Segre river and the road C-14 up through the Pyrenees and in direction Andorra. The area around Lleida is one of Spain's most extensive plateaus, and the flat terrain makes it ideal for agriculture, olive- and fruit plantings and increasingly wine production.
The area Urgell on the other hand, is less populated, mountainous and has great nature and sceneries. Wake up to the smell of the grass and the flowers, the sounds of the birds, the locusts and the bells of the cows in the distance. Feel the dry heath taking over when the day matures. Jump in the pool and dry again in the beach chairs, that the basics of a vacation in the Lleida and Urgell region.
the excellent network of highways makes it easy to visit some of the well known sites of Catalonia. The subsequent sights can be reach in less than 2 hours in car: Penedes vine district, Tarragona/Port Aventura, Barcelona, Girona & Costa Brava.
Activities: The region is the perfect point of departure for enjoying rambling, trekking and long-distance walking routes throughout most of the year. The difficulty of these routes varies greatly, but there is something for every type of visitor. It is possible to choose between quite easy routes that cross the plains, valleys and lower mountains, or ones of medium-high difficulty that run through some of the highest parts of the Lleida Pyrenees. Many of the routes are signposted and easy to follow.
The Lleida Pyrenees are the leading venue in Spain for adventure sports, with more than 150 specialized companies and world championship events (including kayak, paragliding, hang-gliding, canoeing). There is also scenery of outstanding natural beauty for nature lovers which can be enjoyed through trekking, GR, MTB and horse riding.