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Casa Nova de Serrallonga is a farmhouse in the form of a basilica dating from the 18th century. Beyond is a dense wood of cork oaks. In front lies a field (the size of a football pitch) with the source of the River Onyar alongside, protected by huge trees which make for a spectacular view.
The house offers all modern conveniences, can sleep 10 people, and is decorated in warm hues to create a particularly cosy atmosphere. It is said that the house was built with the proceeds of a treasure trove of gold coins dating from the War of Independence. It is known as the Casa Nova de Serrallonga because of the nearby Serrallonga hermitage. Between Girona and Santa Coloma de Farners.