• History

Dating back to 1358, situated in pure nature and located inside a national park.

During the century XVIII and XIX, the  Masia de Casajoana, as many of the masias of the times were cultivating wines and had vineyards surrounding the masia. The phylloxera plague  ended the vineyards of the time. But still leaving the stone walls surrounding the Masia in several different spots and many different stone huts surrounding the Masia.

The rural tourism takes place at the back part of the Masia where previously  was where the workers worked, kept the animals and processed the wines.