Responsable tourism, at Montseny, up to 27 people

Ctra. BV-5301 km 30,5.
08559 El Brull
938 840 477 /616 10 37 57

Capacity 27 people

Restaurant Slow Food:

To the end of the year, all reservations for COMPLETE HOUSE while having the right to use the kitchen will have a 5% discout.
If the payment in account is before 15th September, guests will have a 10% discount.
Upper discount in case of 3-4 nights stay.
It’s not accumulative for other promotions. Not applicable to the deposit either auxiliar facilities: pets, supplementary wood…

La Morera

Ctra. BV-5301 km 30,5.
08559 El Brull
+34 938 840 477 /+34 616 10 37 57

Capacity 27 people

Restaurant Slow Food:

At your disposal in this old, quiet, with a lot of personality, mountain Country House there is:
• Interior spaces of stone and wood (rooms of 60 and 12 square meters, dining room with chimney, entrance hall, small rooms). Outside you will find a courtyard, threshing floor, parking lot, terraces, forests and paths. We can organize it according to your needs: meeting, screening, presentation, photo session, workshop, etc.
• Equipment: WI-FI, computer, television, DVD and music equipment, paper board and office supplies.
• Cooking service: breakfast, meals, picnic, bar service, coffee break. All produce is seasonal and locally grown. We have both vegetarian and vegan offerings.
• Documentation, information and advice about the Park and the region.
• Sports, cultural activities and the discovery of the environment, in the country house.
• You can stay for a night here or only for day-time.

Tell us about your needs, we like to adjust stays to various needs.

Restaurant Collformic


Ctra. de Santa Maria de Palautordera a Seva, km 26
08559 El Brull
938 841 089

Capacity 100 people
Festive day Monday and Tuesday no festive
Vacances Of the second week of July until the first of Augustla
Horaris Of Wednesday to Friday of 10:30pm to 18pm. Saturdays and Sundays of 9pm to 19pm

Restaurant Slow Food:

Bar-restaurant. Spit roasts made with oak wood fires. Traditional home cooking.

Cooking Style
Home cooking

Options and/or ideas of interest:
A restaurant located on the col of Collformic with views of the areas of the Vallès, Osona and El Montseny. A starting point for walking routes to Matagalls, Sant Segimon, Pla de la Calma and La Castanya among others.

La Morera

Ctra. BV-5301 km 30,5.
08559 El Brull
938 840 477 /616 10 37 57

Capacity 27 people

Restaurant Slow Food:

Close to Barcelona and Girona, in the Natural Park of Montseny … what you can find? We offer you our home to rest after travelling and visiting the territory, also to do your favourite activities. At your disposal:

• A large farm with several buildings, an inner courtyard,some  fields surrounded by forests and streams, … a house and a valley  that can told us the history and some legends.

• 8 duplex rooms with bathroom and heating, dining room with fireplace, two kitchen, two rooms , … all of stone and wood.

• Seasonal and local cuisine.  Possibility of special menus.

• Information Point from the Park , the county and other nearby attractions .

• With professional people you can discover the country forests , traditions , customs  while walking , playing or dancing . We also offer sporting activities for groups.

• walking routes : the SL- C 85 goes past the house and connects you with GR2, the GR5.2, Meridian Green, Verdaguer Route, the Matagalls-Montserrat or “3 Monts”.

• Theme journeys. We are also looking forward to hearing from your proposals.

La Morera : Rural tourism and nature FULL HOUSE • • • ROOM • • AREAS• •  ACTIVITIES • •

Car routes

Routes for a whole day.

Restaurant Slow Food:

Through Tordera Valley
Sta. Mª de Palautordera – St. Esteve de Palautordera – Montseny – Coll Formic – El Brull – Seva
A route of some 30 kilometres; discover the heart of the Montseny.

Places of Interest:
Arboretum to Santa Maria de Palautordera, Castell de Montclús to St. Esteve de Palautordera, the town of Montseny with a monumental box tree, the Iberian town of Montgròs to El Brull, the Church of Santa Maria at Seva.

Walking routes:

The route of the spring of La Font Ferrussa to the town of Montseny: an easy route of one hour following the GR-5. The route of the Iberian town of Montgròs;. A route which begins at El Brull combines a visit to the Iberian town. Possibility of a guided visit.


Through the west of MontsenySant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
Sant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
A 38 kilometre route with different views of a variety of landscapes in the Montseny area.

Places of Interest:
Can Casades (audiovisual display and information point) and the reservoir of the Pantà to Santa Fe, the hermitage and Font Bona to Sant Marçal, Espai Montseny in Viladrau.

Walking routes:
The Empedrat de Morou route, a two hour sign-posted route along the valley of La Vall de Santa Fe through the beech forest.


Through the humit areas of Montseny
Seva – Viladrau – Arbúcies – Breda – Gualba
A 57 kilometre route along municipalities which surround the Natural Park of Montseny.

Places of Interest: The Church of Santa Maria de Seva, The European Nature Centre at Vila-drau, The Ethnological Museum of the Montseny-La Gabella at Arbúcies, the monastery at Breda, The Church of Sant Vicenç.

Walking routes:
A route along the River of Arbúcies: a pleasant, easy walk along the banks of the River of Arbúcies to the town’s centre.

VTT routes

Lineal routes through Montseny:

Restaurant Slow Food:

From Aiguafreda to El Brull 
A trail through the Serra de l’Arca, an isolated offshoot surrounded by escarpments. The route heads through pine and holm oak trees along well-travelled tracks, except between Aiguafreda de Dalt (3.41 km) and 5.92 km. The descent from El Brull to the valley of the El Pujol creek is slippery. Water can be found along the way, as well as fine views from La Calma of the escarpments of the Serra de l’Arca. Make sure you visit the cave-crypt of Aiguafreda de Dalt and the parish church of El Brull.

Distance: 23.52 km
Approximate time: 1h 45m
Overall climb: 530 m
Difficulty: moderate

From Aiguafreda to La Calma 
A route of incredible beauty crossing La Calma from end to end, along wide and well-travelled tracks. Despite the climb the ascent to the high plain of La Calma is fairly straightforward, thanks to the absence of sudden, steep inclines. The woods are mainly holm oaks. The path cuts through a small beach glade as it reaches Collformic. The region of La Calma, which stands out for its open, undulating contours, is surprising in its lack of a layer of tree cover, and the presence of large areas of heathland. You should take on water at the En Vinyes spring. The descent back to Aiguafreda includes a number of difficult sections, and others which can easily be missed. Take care.

Distance: 38.14
Approximate time: 3h 30m
Overall climb: 1030 m
Difficulty: high

Between La Garriga and Corró d’Amunt
A level and simple route, with only short and gentle climbs through what is the the driest region of Montseny. Typical plateau landscapes which are best avoided during the hottest months. The limited shade and few trees do at least offer an open outlook over the farmlands of olive trees and cereal crops which typify this more low-lying area of Montseny.
Take water with you: none is to be found except at La Garriga and Samalús. A perfect route for novice mountain bikers.

Distance: 16.66 km
Approximate time: 1h 30m
Overall climb: 255 m
Difficulty: easy

From Cànoves to Vallforners
The Vallforners Ravine is one of the longest, deepest and wildest in Montseny. The presence of just a few farmhouses, except for El Vilar, all of them clinging to the south-facing slopes, gives it a particularly solitary air, accentuated these days by the dark, peaceful waters of the reservoir. Meanwhile, in the furthest depths of the valley is the magnificent manor house of Vallforners, isolated amid an almost oppressive ring of mountains.

The first section of the route runs high along the southern side of the valley, with views of the houses of Muntanya, Can Cuc, and above all a national record breaker: the Great Chestnut Tree of Cuc. Beyond the stonewalled house of Vallforners, the route heads back towards Cànoves, on the shaded, inhospitable and monotonous side of the valley, which nonetheless offers attractive glimpses of the reservoir and the neighbouring mountains. This route does not, therefore, describe the valley track, alongside the Vallforners reservoir, despite its undeniable attractions. This alternative (indicated elsewhere) is however open to those wishing to shorten the route (the track is quite easy to find), and wishing to take in the sight of Montseny’s largest body of water.

Distance: 21.95 km
Approximate time: 2 h
Overall climb: 685 m
Difficulty: extreme

From Sant Pere de Vilamajor to Sant Elies
The Sant Elies hermitage, with its hilltop setting, is one of the most attractive sights in this region of Montseny. The ascent is tough, but the panoramic views are worth the effort. The return to Sant Pere runs along the shaded foothills of the Serra de Palestrins, providing a complete view of the long and deep valley of the El Cortès Creek.

Distance: 24.73 km
Approximate time: 2h 30m
Overall climb: 900 m
Difficulty: high

From Sant Esteve to El Samon
It does not lead to any particular destination, but instead links a number of charming landscapes, such as Santa Susana, El Samon, la Cova and Sant Elies. A varied route offering fine views of the Tordera valley and the Turó de l’Home massif.

Distance: 29.72 km
Approximate time: 2h 45m
Overall climb: 935 m
Difficulty: extreme


From Montseny to La Calma
A route which runs along well-travelled main tracks for the most part. The 12 km-long climb up the wide, sunny track of El Molar make this a distinctive and unforgettable route. Bring plenty of water.

La Calma marks two changes in the route. To begin with, the more gentle contours allow for easier, effort-free progress. Meanwhile, the dense woodlands of holm oaks end at this point, giving way to open landscapes of wide meadows and heathland of heather, broom and ferns.

La Calma is a narrow, winding high plain, some 7 km long and 3 km wide on average. Meadows and heathland carpet the gently undulating terrain, making for a breathtaking landscape. Broad horizons from all heights. The old Cafè dels Carlins is to be found here, built on the edge of a grassy meadow of unrivalled beauty. It offers a natural outlook dominated by El Matagalls, Les Agudes and El Turó de l’Home One of the outhouses is still used by the shepherd.

Distance: 35.11 km
Approximate time: 3h 15m
Overall climb: 1045 m
Difficulty: high

Sortides amb BTT al voltant d’Arbúcies
BTT 22 – Castell de Montsoriu
BTT 10 – Sant Marçal
BTT 5 – Sant Pere Desplà

The iberian wall of el MontgròsLa

El Brull

+ info: T.938 480 622

Guided visits by archealogics:
Saturdays,sundays and holidays:
January and february: 12h
March,april,mai, june: 11h i 13h
July,august,septembre,october: 11h, 13h i 16h.
November and décember: 11h i 13h
Closed for Christmats.

With reservation: 93 884 0692.

Restaurant Slow Food:

In 1974 a foreman from Seva was collecting stones for the construction on the hill of El Montgròs, and discovered that the loose stones formed part of ancient walls. He immediately contacted the experts, who on excavating the area, found a fortification constructed some 2,400 years ago by the Iberian Ausetani people. The wall closes off the sole entrance to a hill surrounded by cliffs, so creating a splendid fortification. The wall is still undergoing archaeological and restorative investigation today. The Iberians of the Montseny were essentially farmers, and they usually built their fortified towns on hills for defensive purposes. These types of constructions are known as oppidums.


-Iglesia románica de Sant Martí del Brull.
-Iglesia románica de Santa Maria de Seva.


Castle of El Brull

El Brull

+ info: T.+34 938 840 692

How to get there?
Through the route from de Santa Maria de Palautordera to Seva, Bv-5301. The ruins of the castle are situated on a small hill opposite the church.

Restaurant Slow Food:

Dating back, at its earliest to the 10th century; only part of a tower remains.