Fifteen years ago Can Rigall was an abandoned Catalan farmhouse - or Mas - last inhabited by farmers in the 1950's, and more recently by cows, mouflon and wild boar sheltering within the tumbled-down walls and remains of the red mediterranean tiled roofs. The current owner found Can Rigall in this delapidated state, fell in love with the old stones and the breathtakingly beautiful views of the Massif de Canigó and set about breathing life back into this ancient homestead.
The house has been painstakingly restored, blending traditional Catalan features and Norwegian industrial design to create a home and a place that remains always in the hearts and memories of all who come here.
Take a tour around can Rigall. Start with a bird's-eye view then see the gallery below of our shared indoor spaces. Then explore the links above to Our Rooms and Outdoor Living to see more of the house and gardens and what you can do while you're here.
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