Cal Griva is located in the town of L’Espunyola, in southwest Berguedà County.
The house is located at the foot of the majestic Singles de Capolat, offering splendid views that, in the rainy season, include a beautiful waterfall called Salt de Sallent.
The house is surrounded by meadows where our sheep graze and visitors are free to stroll and play.
Berguedà County offers visitors to Cal Griva numerous activities including wild mushroom hunting, BTT paths, mountaineering, hiking, climbing, trekking, 4×4 paths, quads, paintball, hang-gliding, fishing, and skiing. You can also enjoy splendid natural landscapes like the Pedraforca Massif, the Cadí Mountains, the source of the Llobregat river and livestock routes. You will be able to visit the Queralt Sanctuary, the Mushroom Museum in Montmajor, the Patum Museum, the Colònia Vidal Textile Museum, the Fígols coal mines and much more.