What (not) to bring

We provide all the beds with fresh linnen, and there's towels for every person as well. We don't offer toiletries for now. 

We offer facilities for babies and young children, such as baby beds and high chairs. 

There is no need to bring your own food and drinks, as we offer our own honesty bar with drinks and fruit 24/7 - and we can provide you with a packed lunch or cook dinner for you after reservation. Please do not place your own food and drinks in the fridge in the dining room, those will be removed by us or could be taken by other guests. 

A few basic rules... 

Smoking is restricted due to fire hazard. Please watch out if your ashes fly away - we provide ashtrays on the balconies. Camp fires or gas stoves are not allowed in summer. 

Children must be under adult supervision at all times. 

Food and drinks

Breakfast is usually served between 8:30 and 9:30; we are happy to adapt to your needs though. 

Our honesty bar (fridge full of drinks) is accessible 24/7. Please make a mark on your menu every time you take a drink or snack (outside meal times); you will get the check for these before leaving. There is beer (with or without alcohol), wine (white, red and rosé), tea, coffee and fruit juice - other beverages can be provided on demand. 

If you'd like us to prepare a packed lunch (for a day trip or a hike into the mountains, for instance), please notify us the day before.
In this area, lunch is the main meal of the day. Most bars and restaurants around here will offer a "menu del dia" for about € 11-12. We do not offer hot meals for lunch. 

We offer a light dinner on most nights; please notify us of your attendance in the morning. These are usually simple meals like a rice or pasta dish or a mixed salad for prices between € 4,- and € 7,- On special nights, we offer a full dinner between € 8,- and € 15,- . Wine, water and juice are always included in the price of dinner.  

How to get here

Please take a look at our "contact" page, which has directions to Mas del Encanto. Don't hesitate to contact us if you can't find it. 

If possible, let us know around what time you plan to arrive here, as we are not here 24/7. 

What to do

Please take a look at our "what to do" page for a comprehensive list of things to do in the area. 

What to wear

We are in a mountainous region, which means the weather can be very unpredictable. Summer temperatures are generally quite high, which require light clothing; you might want to bring something for the wind at night or when you go for a hike in the mountains. In fall, spring and winter although it is often 20+ degrees during the day, it gets cold as soon as the sun goes down - and it's cold in the mornings. Here are a few things you might want to bring in different season: 

  • Summer: a hat to protect you from the sun; shoes that can be used in or around water (for crossing water during hikes, or walking on the rocks and stones around river swimming spots); a light jacket to protect you from the wind 
  • Fall and Spring: a rain coat or jacket to protect you from wind and rain (and umbrella is often useless due to strong winds); a sweater or fleece for morning and nights; an extra pair of shoes for when your first pair gets muddy; a sun hat for sunny days.
  • Winter: a rain coat or jacket, warm clothes for cold mornings and nights, mud boots or water-resistant shoes