Cal Rale is restored with the typical style of the era, situated on the outskirts of the village of Montclar, in the middle of a farming and ranching home.
The house has on the ground floor of a kitchen-living room, dining room, a double bedroom and a bathroom. Upstairs are four double bedrooms and a bathroom. The exterior is landscaped with barbecue and ping-pong.
Montclar Berguedà is in the same mountain range, on a hill with good views especially towards the west, where it opens at the bottom of the ravine the stream montclar or Navel.
Most of their homes predate 1700 and are situated around a typical square. Its ancient fortress is testimony in the house called "El Castillo", opposite the church, in the upper zone. The church is Romanesque (s. XII) with modifications in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The region is famous for its mushrooms and fungi.
Art Museum Mushroom World Center Burro Catalan, museum mines fences, Los Rasos de Peguera, L Romanesque Route Berguedà, saws Busa and Capolat, salt, Cardona Castle, The Sanctuary Queralt, etc...