La Bauma is an old mountain house renovated with all the necessary comfort and warmth to enjoy quietly a few days with friends or family.
The name of the house is due to the cave next to it, ancient caves that the shepherds used to take refuge with their flocks on rainy days or to protect them from the ferocious animals of the forest at night.
It has a maximum capacity for 8 people, and has 4 rooms distributed in 2 double rooms with double beds. 2 double rooms with single beds. 3 bathrooms (sink, toilet, shower and dryer). Equipped kitchen: With hob, oven, fridge and freezer, dishwasher...). Dining room and living room with fireplace...
Outside we find: pool, terrace, barbecue, La Bauma (cave) is an ideal place to take refuge and be fresh from the summer heat.
What to do
Sagàs is a small town in the Berguedà region, just over an hour and a half from the capital. It is the perfect place for a short holiday retreat.
However, this small municipality has several monuments that, if we establish a comparison with its size, make it very rich in architectural heritage. The first is the Church of Sant Andreu de Sagàs, a small 11th-century Romanesque parish that has been restored on successive occasions. Santa Maria de la Guàrdia, is another temple worth checking out, from the 17th century of Baroque origins. There are other basilicas such as Sant Martí de Biure and Santa Margarida de Sagàs, of Romanesque airs, and Sant Esteve de Valldoriola, baroque.
The points of natural interest and to which a route can be projected are: the Serrat dels Lladres, the Great Rock and Serrat Roig.
Registration Number in Tourism Register of Catalonia: PCC-000882